Waterloo 80s Bands
Browse and compare 452 professional Waterloo 80s Bands and 80s Bands who will travel to Waterloo to perform at your event.
Downtime is a professional band in which each member has more than 10 years of performing experience. We play at weddings, corporate events and private parties. Being based out of St. Louis, allows us to travel throughout the Midwest very easily. Our goal is to provide fun and professional musical entertainment of all genres to all audiences. With Downtime's wide variety of music, high energy,...
Fanfare with Kittie Moller play a variety of styles of music with a great deal of, well...Fanfare! Fanfare is a four piece group that features the lead vocalist Kittie Moller whose vocals will capture and enthrall you. They have appeared all over the country at the top clubs, hotels, conventions, fairs, festivals and concerts. Some of their past clients included General Motors, Monsanto The ...
Allegro Entertainment is your best choice when choosing Live Bands, DJ Services, or Event Lighting.
We offer a variety of options through our talent roster and DJ/VJ packages.
Whether you're planning a corporate event or a wedding, we promise to have just what you're looking for when it comes to music and/or lighting.
Some of our notable clients: Anheuser Busch (In Bev), St Louis Card...
Saint Louis, MO (20 miles from Waterloo, IL)
- Pay Range:
$2000 - $5000 per event
- Member Since:
Variety Band / 80s Band
The St. Louis Variety Band specializes in wedding and corporate entertainment and plays music that will knock your socks off. Specialties include Motown, rock, and jazz. When you book this killer band you'll enjoy hits such as "Don't Stop Believin," "Singed Sealed Delivered," "Rolling In The Deep," and many more. The St. Louis Variety Band is fully insured for your protection. All members have...
Arvell is a singer, percussionist, recording artist and entertainer. He has been involved in the music industry for over 28 years and has had the privilege of working with many talented musicians and singers. This has enabled him to fine-tune his craft of musical entertainment to a very high caliber. He has opened for B. B. King, Fabian, Gladys Knight, Redd Foxx, The Bacon Brothers, The Marsha...
Charles Glenn is an entertainer who draws upon his vast wealth of knowledge and training to create unforgettable musical experiences for his audiences.
The son of an accomplished opera singer, Charles received early training in voice and percussion. Charles has utilized both his strong vocal and percussion talents as the opening act for such national groups as Smokey Robinson, Huey Lewis an...
Rhythm of the Nite has earned a reputation as one of the premier wedding bands in St. Louis. We have been told by many clients that our band is the most fun, and professional band they have heard in town. We have a play list of over 400 songs, and we cover 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and now!
Everyone who comes to hear us hires us...everyone!
BOOM was named one of the Best Bands for 2013 by KMOX/CBS.com. We were also named one of the Best Bands by the Knot Magazine in 2010. BOOM has been on the scene for more than 20 years thrilling audiences wherever we perform. Through our live and energetic shows, we have continued to keep people coming back for more.
We are a dynamic 6 piece band which features 2 singers (male & female), a ...
Spectrum is proud to announce that we are a recipient of the 2013 “Best of Weddings” award from The Knot! We were also honored to receive the WeddingWire 2013 "Bride's Choice Award" as well as this same award for the past 5 years. We also have many NEW reviews from past clients on theknot.com and weddingwire.com. We were also selected by CBS/KMOX as one of the "Top Bands in St. Louis" for 20...
In the early 60s, Detroit was on the move. It was Motown U.S.A., home to major auto makers, and the newly formed Motown Records. Motown founder Berry Gordy not only lent an ear to a different kind of music in the air from a newly energized city. He coined it "the sound of young America...." And believed it would break down the barriers between black and white popular music.
What's at the he...