Mardi Gras, Cajun, Soca & Reggae Bands

Copy Cat Band

Soca/Calypso sound:

Reggae sound:

4 Piece Band

Copy Cat Band are four guys who can be anyone you want them to be. Playing anything from Bob Marley to Limp Bizkit to Frank Sinatra. But what they really specialize in are the sounds of the Caribbean.. Soca, Calypso, Reggae, anything that will get you off your chair and onto the dance floor. We can be seen at many local clubs and bars all over Long Island, Queens, Yonkers, Connecticut. Available also for Corporate parties, Birthdays, Sweet Sixteens, Weddings, Backyard BBQ’s and any other kind of party you can imagine.

The HooDoo Loungers

9 piece Mardi Gras Band

Don’t just have a party. Have a Mardi Gras! There’s no party on earth like Mardi Gras in New Orleans. The parades, the floats, the costumes, the excitement, and most of all . . . The Music.

The hippest, funkiest, wildest party music there is. From the funk of the Neville Brothers and the Meters, to the Zydeco of Buckwheat Zydeco. From the good times R&B of Dr. John and Professor Longhair to the traditional Dixieland and Jazz of Louis Armstrong and Louis Prima.

The HooDoo Loungers bring all the Sounds, the Excitement, the Fun and the Feeling of the New Orleans Mardi Gras Celebration to your festival, party or event. The nine Piece Band, featuring Two Dynamic Front Singers, a Three Piece Horn Section and a Hot Rhythm Section brings you the full spectrum of New Orleans music in a Fast Paced, Exciting and Dynamic Show that never fails to have the Audience Dancing, Singing and Partying like Its Mardi Gras In New Orleans.

Want to bring the HooDoo Loungers and the spirit of fun, mood and music of the New Orleans Mardi Gras to your corporate party or function?

The Red River Ramblers

4 Piece Mardi Gras/Bluegrass Band

It started as two friends, Ken Korb and Tom Linden, getting together on occasion to enjoy old Hank Williams tunes. Over the course of a few years, the “Hank Club” morphed into the Red River Ramblers, a four-piece country group. In addition to Hank Williams songs, the Ramblers do a variety of old country tunes originally sung by Merle Haggard, Lefty Frizzell, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Kris Kristoferson and others; throwing in a few bluegrass fiddle tunes just to liven things up. And lately, they have been veering into blues, jazz and mardi gras standards.

The Ramblers have performed at some of the most prestigious music festivals on Long Island, including Bradstock, Cedar Beach and Sayville Earth Day Festival. They were one of the most popular acts at the
Bellport Days Festival last summer. In summers past, RRR was a staple of local music venues such as the Sugarloaf Café and East Enders Coffee House. They can be seen from time to time at the Grey Horse Tavern in Bayport. A full-length CD of old country favorites, “Goin’ Down the Road,” is available.