The FUNKY HIPPEEZ are a live 70s Retro Revue. Complete with elaborate costumes and antics reminiscent of the late 70s Disco Era. The show is a fast paced non stop ride through your favorite K-Tel Disco Hits.
The Spazmatics were born in the spring of 1983 when physics professor Kevin Stigwood of Alta Dena High in Thousand Oaks California, lost a debate over String Theory to an upstart pupil in front of the entire student body and faculty.
On 03, Sep 2014 | In Decade Theme Bands | By Epic Entertainment
Over the last few years Tainted Love has become in popular demand for private and corporate parties. With their highly stylized, nonstop 80’s show, Tainted Love offer a refreshing change from the usual party bands and can bring all of the energy and excitement of their live show to your private party.
STRANGELOVE features music director and mastermind Brent Meyer, synth whiz David Sepe, Joining the BR alums and filling the admittedly big shoes of charismatic frontman David Gahan is Freddie Morales, formerly of the Depeche Mode tribute project Sounds a’la Mode, who is more than up to the task.
The Sweethearts of Swing are a fresh, exciting trio of singers who have captured the unique style and harmonies of the Andrew Sisters from the era of the thirties and forties and brought it to the 21st Century. These three ladies genuinely have a good time on stage and that transcends to their audience.
On 02, Sep 2014 | In Decade Theme Bands | By Epic Entertainment
“Having worked with BETAMAXX many times, I can honestly say that they really know how to make a party go off! They are one of the most talented and diverse ’80s bands I have had the privilege to work with.” Steve West, Legendary ’80s 91X DJ and Founder, Radio Nigel
The Choice Entertainers, as they are eloquently called, began their trek toward stardom in late May 2009, when Mr. Calvin Manson’s vision of resurrecting a musical tribute to the pioneers of the Doo Wop, Pop, Rock and Roll and Rhythm and Blues (R&B) eras was actualized in a play written and directed by Mr. Manson entitled Looking for an Echo, with a sub-title of “Forty years and we still ain’t got no Band.”