Alexander County Jazz Bands
Browse and compare 442 professional Alexander County Jazz Bands and Jazz Bands who will travel to Alexander County to perform at your event.
If you're looking for the most contemporary sounds in Jazz, you're looking for 3 Central. Current and classy characterizes the touch that 3 Central adds to any occasion. Their sweet melodies and joyful rhythms set the tone for elegant indoor affairs and tantalizing outdoor affairs.
3 Central is keenly sensitive to the atmosphere of each event they play, possessing the versatility to perform ...
Rock, Dance and Party with the band that is proud to have played to thousands of totally stoked St. Louis Cardinal fans before the final 2 games of the 2011 World Series at the KMOV pre game rally at Joe Bucks!
We are PartyRock.
And the Good Times are all about Classic Rock, Current Top 40 Hits and all the Unforgettable Songs you love.
Q: How do we keep the dance floor grooving every ...
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...
Saint Louis, MO (120 miles from Alexander County, IL)
- Pay Range:
$200 - $2000 per event
- Member Since:
Steel Drum Band / Jazz Band
Steel drummer Nigel Thomas from the Caribbean island of Grenada has been playing steel drum in St Louis, Chicago and the entire US for over 20 years. Nigel has been featured on FOX 2 News and Channel 11 (KPLR) News. Whether you want to take a temporary virtual tour in the tropical islands, grab your Margarita, umbrellas, colorful clothes and some island snacks and you ALMOST have the Caribbean...
Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble, Brian Setzer, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Duke Ellington... The ShinSings Orchestra covers all these artists and MORE!!! Featuring the vocal talents of Steve Shininger, this 13-piece "little big band" will have your guests dancing on the floor and keep them there all night long! His Sinatra vocal stylings are second to none - your gu...
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...
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 ...
The St. Louis Big Band, founded in 2010 takes its cues from the great bands of yesteryear when big bands ruled the charts and over one-thousand 16 piece big bands toured the country by train, bus, and boat playing the pop music of the day. The style was hot jazz and with vocals from artists like Peggy Lee and screaming clarinet riffs from the likes of Benny Goodman the style quickly stole the...
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.
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