Centerline does more than play music...they bring the PARTY! Centerline is an interactive band that Party's with the crowd, nobody gets left out at this show.. It's all about having fun...so if you want your venue to be better than average...' CENTERLINE will give your event memories for a life time. If you want people to dance, you want CENTERLINE No dissapointments here ever! These guys are very professional as well as being seasoned musicians. With Centerline people are left saying.....WOW! These guys really ROCKED! And Entertain......'' Thats just what they do!
Naked Sunday is a band that loves to make grreat music and have fun doing it. Naked Sunday has one goal... to put on a high quality rock show that fans can attend, enjoy, dance, and forget about everything else that's happening in the outside world. Naked Sunday is a Chicago based band that just wants to rock and have a good time.
The Ifficial Reggae Band is a stand out musical group. With their explosive style and mesmerizing 'riddims' it's no wonder the band members always sport a smile on stage as they jump around. Ifficial has been a much-welcomed addition to the Chicago Reggae scene with many taking notice. For the last few years, Ifficial has been rocking shows all over the Midwest while creating new and original music. Each of the band's members brings years of experience together to create this extremely energetic sound. Look for their highly anticipated CD to be released mid 2008. Livingston (Lead Vocals) has been surrounded by singers his entire life. As a child, his mother and father sang in churches all over his native island of Jamaica. The Montego Bay born vocalist and songwriter has a very unique and impressive style that displays the smoothness of roots and lover's rock, and the roughness of dancehall. Influenced by artists such as Luciano, Buju Banton, Sanchez, Capleton, and of course Bob Marley, Livingston's goal each performance is to electrify audiences, keeping them wanting more. Darryl (Bass) has been on the Reggae scene in Chicago for twenty years. He has played with some of the best in Reggae, including Frankie Paul, Nardo Ranks, Marcia Griffiths, and the legendary Dennis Brown. His entrancing bass lines are bound to reel you in and have you at the band's mercy. Darryl a.k.a. Organized is also a dynamic singer and deejay that you won't want to miss. Judah (Keyboard) has been a fixture on the reggae scene since 1989 when he was then playing the Bass. Judah's father urged him to start playing the piano at an early age and he even formed an a cappella group called the Soul Crusaders, singing all over the Midwest. He gave up his music to pursue a career in business, but returned to his first love upon the death of his father. In 1997, he formed a band and since that time has also played with several local artists. Judah is also a composer of conscious music that will leave you inspired. Mark (Drums) is one of the liveliest performers you will ever see. Coming from generations of drummers, he has been greatly influenced by gospel music. His energy and enthusiasm always keeps party goers entranced. Be prepared to sweat just from watching him as he plays with an intense style ' making it look effortless.
Deficit is old school metal combined with new age Lamb of god style. A sound that is just waiting to be heard. Influences such as Slayer, Metallica, Megadeth and Lamb of god. Deficit is Eric Szczesny (Rhythm Guitar and Vocals), Josh Lloyd (Lead Guitar), Dave Lloyd (Drums), and Mark Harrison (Bass and Backup Vocals). Based out of the Chicagoland area since 2003. With one three song demo recorded in late 2003 and shows at such places as 602 North, The Rave, Clearwater Theater, Arabian Knights Farms, and many more. Thanks for checking us out. To tell you a little about the Deficit, we formed in 2002. We started out when Eric (vocals/guitar) and Josh (lead guitar) started playing in the forth grade. We started playing more and more and then in sixth grade we started playing Metallica covers of Enter Sandman at our school in battle of the bands. After we stated playing Metallica songs Josh's brother Dave wanted to join in the fun and play as well. So he got a drum set and started to learn how to play the Metallica covers with us. After a year of playing cover songs and becoming comfortable with each other, we started writing our own music. In early 2003 after completing our first song, entitled Monastery Barricade, we then met up with our first bassist, Rosario Spaccaferro. We now had a full band together and things were going well. We started writing as many songs as we could and practiced as much as possible. In early 2003, we won a first place prize of $1000 in our first ever battle of the bands against 42 other bands. After we had about three or four songs written and completed we decided to go to the studio and record our very first three song demo. After we released the demo we started playing a lot of shows and trying to get our music out there as much as we could. Then mid 2004 Rosario had to leave the band to go to college. So now we were without a bassist for the first time since we started. We went on for about a year trying to still play shows and look for new a bassist's. We stopped playing shows for a while because of school and other activities and so the band kind of took a few month break from everything. After a few months had passed and we had barely even talked to each other we decided that it was time to get this thing going again. So we started to practice again and we made up about 5 or 6 more songs. Then we started booking shows again and playing more than we ever had. It was really starting to be ok not having a bassist. Then one of our friends Mark Harrison decided that he would try out for the position. He was Amazing. He just blew us out of the water with his talent. After one practice with him we new we had a new bassist. He brought a new life to the band and after he joined we were ready for some big shows. A few weeks after Mark joined we played at the Clearwater Theater in West Dundee, IL. and it was AWESOME!!! We brought in over fifty people and stole the whole night. So now we have many shows coming up, new material always on the way, and a full band again.
We are JD & Company, an original jazz band mixing elements of jazz, funk, latin and rock. The band is now available as a quartet with violin and keyboards in addition to the guitar-based backbone. We are available for corporate events, showcases, festivals, weddings, club dates and anywhere where ambiance is a most welcome addition to eating, drinking and being merry. Allow us to take you on a musical journey landing in a happy place for all who appreciate music of substance. One minute you'll hear a nice bossa nova. Then it might get funky. Now here comes a peppy little jazz waltz. The mix of musical styles and rhythms is the key to your listening pleasure. Just open your ears, sit back and enjoy the ride....
The Cavern Beat is the Beatle tribute band for the true music fan. Just give us a listen and you'll see why-- from our tight vocal harmonies to little instrumental details to our bold lead vocals-- we reproduce the sound of the records that made the Beatles famous. We perform every song in original key and use the same brand guitars and amps. People all over the globe are telling us that no other Beatles tribute comes as close as our band to the Beatles' sound and energy. Your event will be an unforgettable experience and a guaranteed success with The Cavern Beat as your entertainment! Book The Cavern Beat today!