Mustache The Band

Genre: Country Bands, Cover Bands, Dance Bands, Wedding Bands
Location: Oxford , Mississippi

About The Band

Mustache The Band is the 90’s country, party band that will have you dancing the night away! Mustache The Band delivers a powerful performance of all of the favorite country hits from the 1990’s. With over 80 songs under their buckles, this eight piece funk will garauntee you to have a non-stop dance band on your hands. Mustache The Band will take you on a journey back into the 90s’,  back when sleeveless tanks, high tops, two paneled button downs, and mustaches rule over live, country music. This lively and engaging group of band and party members will be perfect for your next private party, corporate event or college function.

Mustache The Band is all about the fun and entertaining attitude. In order to set the tone at every live entertainment show, the fans are provided with mustaches. If the crowd is ready to get down on the farm, then Mustache The Band will take them there! The high level enegry and outrageous stage will not leave you dissapointed. 

For booking information on Mustache The Band or to book or hire this band for your wedding reception, college event, corporate function or concert, click on the" Book Artist Today" Information tab below.

Available For:

College Bands, Corporate Events, Festivals, Fraternity/Sorority Parties, Nightclubs, Private Parties, Rehearsal Dinner Bands, Wedding Bands


Aaron Tippin

Workin Mans PHD

Aint Nothing Wrong With The Radio



I’m In a Hurry

Born Country


Alan Jackson


Midnight in Montgomery

Neon Rainbow

Don’t Rock The Jukebox

Summertime Blues


Billy Dean

We Just Disagree


Billy Ray Cyrus

Achy Breaky Heart


Brooks and Dunn

Brand New Man

How Long Gone

Neon Moon

Hard Working Man



Goodbye Says It All


Chris Ledoux

Cadillac Ranch

Whatcha Gonna Do With A Cowboy


Clay Walker

Dreaming With Eyes Wide Open


George Strait

Carrying Your Love With Me


Check Yes Or No


Hal Ketchum

Small Town Saturday Night


Joe Diffie

John Deere Green

3rd Rock From THe Sun

Pickup Man


John Anderson

Seminole Wind

Straight Tequila Night

Money In the Bank


John Michael Montgomery


Life’s A Dance

Be My Baby Tonight


Jo Dee Messina

Bye Bye

Heads Carolina

Lessons In Leavin

I’m Alright


Kenny Chesney

Back Where I Come From

Me and You

How Forever Feels


Kentucky Headhunters

Dumas Walker

Trashy Women


Lee Roy Parnell

What Kinda Fool


Sawyer Brown

Some Girls Do

6 Days On The Road


Shania Twain

Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under



Church on Cumberland Road

Two Dozen Roses

Next To You


Suzy Boggus

Drive South


Terri Clark

Poor Poor Pitiful Me

I’ve Got Better Things To Do


Tim McGraw

Down on the Farm

Indian Outlaw

I Like It I Love It


Toby Keith

Shoulda Been A Cowboy

How Do You Like Me Now


Trace Adkins

Every Light In The House Is On


Tracy Byrd

Watermelon Crawl

Holding Heaven


Travis Tritt


Here’s A Quarter

I’m Gonna Be Somebody


Clint Black

State of Mind

Nothin But The Taillights

Killing Time


Collin Raye

That’s My Story


Confederate Railroad

Queen Of Memphis

Trashy Side


David Ball

Thinking Problem


David Lee Murphy

Dust On the Bottle


Deanna Carter

Strawberry Wine


Diamond Rio

Meet in the Middle

Mirror Mirror

Love A Little Stronger


Dixie Chicks

Cowboy Take Me Away

Goodbye Earl

Wide Open Spaces


Dwight Yoakam

Fast As You


Garth Brooks

Callin Baton Rouge

That Summer



Gary Allen

It Would Be You


Little Texas

God Bless Texas


Mark Chesnutt

Bubba Shot the Jukebox

Brother Jukebox

Goin Thru The Big D


Martina McBride

The Way That I Am


Marty Stewart



Mary Chapin Carpenter

I Feel Lucky



What A Crying Shame

All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down


Neal McCoy



Pam Tillis

Maybe It Was Memphis


Patty Loveless

Blame It On Your Heart


Radney Foster

Just Call Me Lonesome


Reba McEntyre



Rhett Akins 

That Aint My Truck



Daddy’s Money


Trisha Yearwood

She’s In Love With The Boy


Sammy Kershaw

She Don't Know She's Beautiful

Double-wide Trailer



Vince Gill

One More Last Chance

Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin Away


Wade Hayes

Old Enough to Know Better