Those Guys shine as the ultimate 5-8 piece+ dance band, bringing youthful charm and vibrant energy to the stage. Their diverse music repertoire, spanning rock from the 70s to contemporary pop and dance tunes from the 90s and 2000s, makes them perfect for corporate events. With the ability to deliver Big Band, Country, and Modern Dance hits, they offer a unique and authentic experience.
What sets Those Guys apart is their talent for engaging with guests and boosting the party’s energy through dance. The male performers exude class in both classic and modern attire, while the female performers showcase elegance in upscale formal wear.
Those Guys have graced luxury venues in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, and their band members boast experiences working with industry icons such as Bruno Mars, Meghan Trainor, and Ziggy Marley. Their professional and dynamic approach ensures an unforgettable live entertainment experience.
Because our wedding reception was about 10,000 miles from our house, the process of selecting a local band and auditioning them was impossible. Wade was quick to respond to my many, many questions and took the process from impossible to done in no time. A fair rate (compared to others in the area) and even the promise to learn a few country songs for us meant that I knew I had found the band for our reception.
The evening was a great success. The band was there on time, all set up, without us having to help co-ordinate. They let us use their equipment for speeches and the songs they played were exactly what we had hoped for. They started the evening off with a few classics and songs that my Mom even said “oh my, I’m singing along!!” which got the older folks dancing. Then as the night wore on and the drinks flowed they switched gears and kept the dance floor hopping all night long.
Other than one of the girls beating herself to a bruise with a tambourine and a couple of the gents embarrassing themselves singing karaoke between sets, the night was one to remember and one that people still talk about more than six months on.
Thanks you fellas.”