Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long is a band set?

For most weddings and private parties, the band plays three one-hour shows with two 25-minute breaks. The last show is an hour and 10 minutes long. With our four 45-minute shows, there are three 20-minute breaks. We also provide a three-hour, non-stop show and dance extravaganza.

2. Does the band provide CD music during breaks?

Yes! We do play CD music during breaks.

3. Can we play our own CDs during breaks?

Yes, you are welcome to play your own CDs during breaks.

4. How many songs do we pick from your list?

Check off all the songs you like and cross out the ones you don’t.

5. Will the band learn songs?

For weddings, the band will learn the first dance and the father- daughter dance if the songs are not on our list. Any other special songs can be played during the break from the CD that you provide. All songs should be submitted to us a month prior to the event.

6. How long do you need to set up equipment?

We like to arrive at the venue at least two to three hours prior to the event to make sure there are no unexpected or electrical problems. It usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour to set up our standard production. For the big production package, it takes two to three hours to set up.

7. How does the band dress?

For formal events, the band wears tuxedos. For semi-formal and casual events, the band wears the appropriate attire.

8. Will you MC the event?

Yes! We introduce wedding parties, birthdays, anniversaries, cake cutting, bouquet toss, fundraisers, and other special activities.

9. Does the band take special requests?

Yes, we do take special requests.

10. Does the band need a stage?

We do prefer a stage, but we understand some places don’t have the space, so we can play without it.

11. Does the band provide cocktail music?

Yes. We offer a single keyboard player or a jazz duo or trio for 30 minutes to an hour. Our cocktail set, with vocalist, is upon request.


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