Book Talent in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Victor Tarassov Spanish GuitarSpanish Guitar Solo Performance
Victor Tarassov is a professional guitarist, who provides Spanish guitar music for weddings and events throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia, California. His guitar music is perfect for a wedding, a cocktail hour, dinner reception, restaurant and much more! Look no further when searching for a professional guitarist for your next event, party, or wedding!
Adam FalconA blend of Roots & Soul music mixed with the Blues
New York City, NY
Adam Falcon has worked and/or shared the stage with Roberta Flack, Sophie B. Hawkins, Whitney Houston, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Jim Lauderdale, Robert Palmer, Peter Gabriel, and Nona Hendryx. He's opened for James Cotton Blues Band, Matt “Guitar” Murphy, Ruthie Foster, The Wailers, Jim Lauderdale and Tower of Power. Writing songs for George Benson and having songs on national television got Falcon noticed by The Song Writers Hall of Fame, which honored him with the Abe Olman Scholarship Award.
Dj PreciseDJ For All Your Entertainment Needs
“Playing the songs people forgot they loved, in a way that always creates a feel-good atmosphere.” That’s how Dwayne describes himself as a DJ. Never afraid to go too deep and travel through different genres with his musical selections. Having grown up in Central America and Jamaica, Spanish and Reggae music heavily influence his style, but his love for other genres shines through… all which become infused with his love for both Hip-Hop and R&B classics.
Doug DrewesUpbeat Instrumental Jazz
Doug Drewes is a freelance bassist in Philadelphia. He performs regularly throughout the east coast including performances at Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Chris’ Jazz Cafe, Heritage and CMJ Music Fest. Doug has performed on over 30 albums and has been featured in television shows for NBC, USA, and MTV. He has performed/recorded with Robert Randolph, Greg Hopkins, and Alexis Cole. Rates reflected are based on a two member band and can vary based on number of musicians and location.
Gary ReedFIngerstyle Guitarist and Vocalist
Gary Reed’s music is an intriguing mix of fingerpicking guitar, heartfelt lyrics that tell tales of love, loss and longing in the best tradition of JJ Cale, Mark Knophler and Neil Young. Little wonder Reed was a regular player at New York’s Bitter End, Folk City, Kenny’s Castaway and Max’s Kansas City during the ‘60s and ‘70s. Moving to San Francisco in the 70’s he become heavily influenced by and part of the San Francisco acoustic-fingerstyle music scene, ala Hot Tuna
The Danger DaysProviding 7 decades of Top 40 Hits!
New York City, NY
Specializing in timeless hits of the last 7 decades, The Danger Days performs everything from dance/rock to ballads. Perfectly accommodating any event, The Danger Days provide entertainment for restaurants, bars, private parties, weddings and more.
Nelson Riveros Trio/quartetContemporary Latin-Jazz
New York City, NY
New York based guitarist Nelson Riveros is part of an emerging force of a new generation of Contemporary Latin-Jazz artists. His debut recording titled ‘Camino Al Barrio’ peaked at #8 on the Jazz Week World Music Chart. He was nominated among his peers as ‘Next Best Generation Artist’ and ‘Best Latin Jazz Guitar’ for the 2010 Latin Jazz Corner Best of The Year Awards.
Richard ThomasAcoustic Artist
Solo performer from Southeastern, Pennsylvania. Richard performs a wide variety of music featuring acoustic, electric, bass, beatbox, and percussion sounds fed through a live looper. The result is a show that appeals too all audiences and music that sounds like you hired a full band. For any event at any size, Richard is your guy.
Laura LizcanoJazz vocalist and songwriter
Laura Lizcano is a Colombian jazz vocalist and songwriter based in the city of Philadelphia. Lizcano graduated from the Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University in Philadelphia. She studied privately with Sachal Vasandani, Joanna Pascale, and Greg Kettinger, and was the featured vocalist with the Temple University Big Band, led by Terell Stafford, for two years. While at Temple, she also had the opportunity to perform the Philadelphia premiere of Steve Reich’s “Music for 18 Musicians,” alongside members of the Grammy Award winning vocal group The Crossing. Additionally, she received a scholarship to attend the Keep an Eye Summer Workshop at the Conservatorium Van Amsterdam in the Netherlands, through which she had the opportunity to learn from Becca Stevens. Outside of Temple, Laura has studied privately with Camila Meza. Laura has performed at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts with Joanna Pascale, Chelsea Reed, Lee Mo, Najwa Parkins, and Alexa Barchini for the Sittin In’ Series at Innovation Studios. She has also performed as a guest artist with the Big Band Juveníl de Bogotá — under the direction of Alejandro Fernandéz— at Teatro Jorge Eliécer Gaitán in Bogotá, Colombia. Laura has also sung at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola with the Temple University Big Band. Currently, Laura composes for and performs with her band leader project.