Slippery When Wet – The Ultimate Bon Jovi Tribute has taken exact live arrangements from Bon Jovi’s 2000’s Crush tour , 2002’s Bounce tour , 2005’s Have a Nice Day tour, 2008’s Lost Highway tour and 2010’s The Circle tour to form what Jason refers to as an “Arena- Club Show”. With further explanation Jason thinks that “Slippery When Wet has the power to turn a 600-2000 capacity club into a 20,000 seat arena for 2 1/2 hours”.
Slippery When Wet has played over 1600 shows throughout the U.S. alone, and has traveled to Africa, Mexico, Singapore, Puerto Rico, Honduras and the Dominican Republic. They have headlined on over 60 cruises on the Royal Caribbean cruise line and played the pre game of Super Bowl 48 in East Rutherford NJ. The bands shows are the most attended and highest grossing of any Bon Jovi Tribute in the country.
7 Bridges : The Ultimate EAGLES Experience is a stunningly accurate tribute to the music of the Eagles. Using no backing tracks or harmonizers, 7 Bridges faithfully re- creates the experience of an Eagles concert from the band’s most prolific period.
7 Bridges is a tour de force of talent, combining incredible musicianship, vocal preci- sion and a stage presence that has garnered them nationwide acclaim. The band fea- tures Jay Sweet as Glenn Frey, Keith Thoma as Don Henley, Brandon Roberts as Randy Meisner/Timothy B. Schmit, Richie Scholl as the eccentric and unpredictable Joe Walsh, Brian Franklin as guitar wizard Don Felder, and Vernon Roop as Joe Vitale, the often unsung hero of many Eagles studio albums and live performances.
For The Win is a party band from the Washington DC area playing a wide variety of Top 40, Pop, Rock, HipHop, etc for clubs, weddings, festivals, private events, corporate events, and everything in between. Their electric stage energy, powerful vocals, and rapping skills never fail to impress and allow the band to play a wide range of material.
7 Deadlies is a rock cover band that has become a trendsetter for live music at clubs,
events, and weddings in the Washington, DC area. The band stands alone in blending the best music from over four decades to create one of the most dynamic live shows in DC. Each show is a combination of 90s classics, 2000s rock anthems, hip hop sing-a-longs, classic rock throwbacks, and top 40 dance pop classics as if the best playlist you can create was put in front of you and performed live. 7 Deadlies understands that a great band knows how to perform and how to create a great experience for the audience. They are constantly bringing new things to the stage and setting a new standard in DC.
When fate, family and music become one, you find the Low Low Chariot.
Singer-songwriter JD Sutphin toured for years with his rock outfit, Madrone, gaining thousands of fans and even radio support. But even with their success, his maternal grandmother told him repeatedly “Country music is gonna find you.” And one fateful Christmas it did, in a decades old stack of songs unearthed by his family, written by his own grandfather who died on July 4th, 1974, before he could record them.
JD’s grandfather, Jim Freeman, an incredibly accomplished musician in his own right, toured with bluegrass greats Ralph Stanley and Bill Monroe.
JD learned these once forgotten songs. He discovered a storytelling style of music that engulfed him to the point of making a pilgrimage to Nashville.
He stood in front of the Ryman with tears and saw a path he needed to take. JD began to write his own songs on his grandfather’s prized Martin guitar. Within the first week he had ten songs unlike anything he had ever written. It was honest. It was simple. It was country.
This new band “The Low Low Chariot” alongside lifelong friends Blaine Davis and Joshua Mason named Low Low Chariot, after his grandfather’s single “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”.