December 2009 Articles

  • What do I need to book a band for my wedding?

    Let's start with the stage or stage area. Dance bands typically need a stage, performance area or floor space of approximately 20'x12', but that is not a hard and fast rule as some bands may take up more or less room. Jazz or acoustic trios or quartets may be able to fit in a space 16'x12' or smaller, while a larger 10 or 12 piece dance bands may need 24'x16' or larger. The band will try to make it work for you and your reception location, but please discuss any unusual stage/area constraints with your agent prior to booking.…

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    Posted by: Admin on 29 Dec 2009

  • What is the process of hiring a band?

    Every event is different and each client's needs should be treated differently. Begin by discussing the type of music you're looking for, the type of event, the nature of your guests and audience, and your budget. Based on these criteria, we will send you information such as demo CDs, videos, photos, bios, song lists and references on different band options. Most of this information is also available through our website and our YouTube channel. In addition, we will tell you about different events and venues to see the band perform live. We will answer your questions, offer advice,…

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    Posted by: Admin on 28 Dec 2009

  • Why Use Live Entertainment For Your Wedding?

    Your wedding is the biggest event of your life. From rehearsal to reception, you carefully plan every detail; ensuring the memories of your love celebration last a lifetime. Enhancing your special moment with the best wedding music and entertainment isn't just a detail, it's a necessity. Most wedding bands and musicians will make every effort to accommodate your needs and requests on your wedding day.

    **Many Wedding Bands Can and Will:**

    1. Announce the members of your wedding party as they enter the reception and make general announcements.

    2. Provide recorded music while on breaks so the party never stops. The music…

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    Posted by: Admin on 22 Dec 2009

  • Martinis and Mistletoe at Cheekwood’s Botannic Hall

    Martinis and Mistletoe at Cheekwood's Botannic Hall kicked off the holiday season in smashing style. The social set gathered Friday, December 4th to eat, drink martinis and be merry. Guests danced the night away to the funky booty-shakin' sounds of "Dwanna and the Primetime Band" provided courtesy of Prime Source Entertainment. Dwanna brought down a packed house with a fantastic 4-hour set that kept the dance floor swinging into the wee- hours of the morning. Revelers two-stepped, ears a'ringin and cookies in hand out into the winter evening after a wonderfully festive kick off to the holiday season.

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    Posted by: Admin on 14 Dec 2009