PartyQuake has a very simple philosophy: Use high energy music from the 1960s, 70, 80s and 90s to get audiences involved in the experience of the party. PartyQuake transports your guests back to a simpler time and converts them into participants instead of spectators.
On 28, Sep 2014 | In Showbands | By Epic Entertainment
NRG is a uniquely distinct entertainment option with unmatched talent, showmanship, business professionalism, and long standing experience. They have been performing worldwide for over a decade. NRG covers an enormous range of musical styles, offers continuous entertainment, customized theme shows, and configurations for every type of event, large or small.
This supreme seven-piece multi-cultural mix of musicians and singers entertain throughout the world, and are guaranteed to please audiences of all tastes with their extensive and diverse collection of material. The Mighty Untouchables offer everything from Motown to classic rock, along with Latin, country, current pop hits, and much more.
On 18, Sep 2014 | In Showbands | By Epic Entertainment
As the name implies, this band is no small production! With four vibrant female vocalists up front, and a beefy horn section that really pumps it out, BIG BANG BEAT is an exciting stage show with lots of choreography and audience participation.
What’s Hot?…….HAUTE CHILE’S hot!! With their spicy blend of the hits, past and present. They sing and perform the best of Motown, classic rock, jazz, standards, disco, current hip-hop favorites, topped off with a taste of salsa.
The party personified and personalized, with a repertoire to suit any occasion is what THE HEROES offer. This seven piece group is without a doubt, the finest dance / show band Southern California has to offer. The two girls deliver both vocally and visually.
What would happen if you could recruit singers, musicians, and dancers from Diana Ross, Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Lou Rawls, Rose Royce, The Four Tops, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, REO Speedwagon, Tina Turner… to name a few, and assemble them together on one stage?