In the Seaview Bistro from 9:00 PM to 1:00 AM
On the patio of the Sunset Bar & Grill from 6:00PM until 10:00PM
Steve Montano Band
The Convertibles is a five piece Connecticut band. Formed in the early 80's, the Convertibles are noted for playing along the eastern shoreline and all points North, South and West.
Lead Singer and bandleader, Katherine Christopher, is the only remaining original member of the Rhythm and Blues band. Who's playing? The Convertibles are as versatile as the music they choose to play. Most recently the lineup is Mighty Mike Roth on Guitar, Bernie Soroko on Drums, Jim Florian on Bass and Bill Holloman, John Smayda, Joe Meo and Bob Nunno on Sax. Somtimes we'll see Daddy-o Jay Wiggin on Bass or Mr. Jerry Langley from the Langely Brothers Band. Sometimes I can get my fav piano man when the cards are in my favor, and we'll have Joe McWilliams on board too.
Dave Mack Trio
Dave Mack has been a professional musician for over 26 years and has performed with many different groups of all types of music. Samaki and the Variations hip rap R&B, Cool Running’s Reggae band, funk food (funk band), and as of the last 14 yrs the David Mack Band/solo/trio/duo (all styles) of Bloomfield ct
Supplying boomers with songs for nigh on a decade.
The Signature Band has been playing the Tri-State area now since 2008 to great reviews. A Connecticut based 6 piece high energy dance band that knows how to get the job done. From our outdoor Festival's to our club performances, The Signature Band is building quite a reputation as one of the areas best party bands. We have the highest quality vocals and musicianship dedicated to making your event a memorable one. A great band to have at your party or event. We play an amazing range of crowd pleasing material that will get your crowd involved. From current artists like PINK, KATY PERRY, BRUNO MARS, ROB THOMAS to STEVIE WONDER, TOP, EWF & MADONNA we guarantee to keep the dance floor busy. We are all professional players with over 200 years collectively in the music business. You've seen us share and perform with such noted acts as Martha Reeves & the Vandella's, Sammy Davis Jr., Wilson Picket, Tom Jones, The Marvellete's, Kool & the Gang and a host of others.
Silver is fronted by two versatile musicians, Mike Logiudice and Mick Iarusso.
Our musical diversity allows us to perform many types of music including classic
rock, blues, and a variety of dance music. The miracles of technology allow us to
perform as a duo with the sound of a five piece band. Our Aim Is To Entertain.
Mark Fusco Trio
"A local musician is back in show biz with a new band. Mark Fusco of Watertown created a new trio that is making of rounds of popular venues. The group features bass, drums and keyboards, and its set list varies from classic rock and jazz to '70s dance and Motown. All three members — Fusco, Scott Kahn and Tom Torello — also share vocal duties, and occasionally, a female vocalist or an extra guitarist or two share the stage to round out the sound..."
IF YOU LIKE GOOD, MUSIC COME SUPPORT THIS BAND. IF YOU LIKE DANCING COME SUPPORT THE LANGLEY PROJECT
Out of the Basement
NEED PHOTO AND BIO
They also don’t exist on the web…..
Nick Fradiani Band
Nick Fradiani, a young and talented singer/songwriter from southern Connecticut, has been surrounded by music all his life. His father, also a talented musician, shared his passion for music with his son at a very young age. Nick began performing in talent shows while in middle school, and began writing his own songs after high school. While Nick was in college he began to perform solo in different clubs and resorts throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. More recently, Nick has been recording and writing with Tim Capezzone, a singer/songwriter/producer from Connecticut. Nick can also be seen performing acoustically, as well as performing with his own full band throughout New England.
Local group playing adult contemporary music featuring the smooth harmonies of Nick Fradiani and Debra Horner who have been blending their voices for years. Playing all your favorite dancing and listening tunes. Certainly a MUST SEE ACT.
Also, not sure if this is their BIO or another MoJo
The Mojo Kings. The name alone tells you they are the best at what they
do. With dynamic vocals, searing guitar and heart-stopping drums, the
Kings will keep you hypnotized, mesmerized and on the dance floor all
night long. When the lights go out and the doors are locked, you’ll
still hear the echo of the crowd chanting “one more song!”. Just three
musicians make up this rock, blues and funk trio, but it sounds like a
10 piece band.
Jekyll & Hyde
NEED PHOTO AND BIO
John Martorelli and Mike Cartwright are spreading the good vibes,unleashing the Beast within,busting out the Jams and delivering the acoustic Magic to you and yours
Inspired by the Motown sound , Performing the soulful hits of Philly. This group sports a New York name, with a Providence, RI Attitude.
Dave Shepley Band
This band is a unique combination of very accomplished musicians blending their talents to perform a wide variety of popular cover songs and original work, featuring 3-part harmonies and rockin' danceable music.
Locomotion has been a crowd-favorite fixture on the Connecticut music scene since June 1987. Since then, the band has grown and evolved into one of southern New England's premiere club, dance, wedding, and party bands.
Featuring two lead singers and a full horn section, Locomotion's sound is distinctly diverse, with hot dance and party tunes from the 60's right up to today. Center stage, Locomotion covers hits from a huge array of artists and easily blends a variety of musical flavors: Rock, pop, R&B, Motown, disco, swing, jazz, and funk. Locomotion does it all.
The signature sound of their powerhouse horn section can be heard on just about every song they do. But the band really rips when they cover the most famous horn bands ever: Chicago, Tower of Power, and Earth-Wind-and-Fire.
Nominated in the Hartford Advocate's "Grand Band Slam" as a "Best Band" for 1998, 1999, and 2000, Locomotion was also named "Best Band In Connecticut 2003" by Connecticut Magazine.