New Blues Brothers Review
The New Blues Brothers have just been paroled from Joliet Prison and they are back in the Northwest to steal your affection with their Hard driving show of music from the heart of Motown. Ken Elhard & Steve Taylor, AKA Jake and Elwood Blues are bringing their show to you just like you saw it in the original blues brothers movie. With authentic costumes these two front their 7 piece horn band, featuring the finest talent money can bribe. Dancing, singing and putting on one of the best shows in the Northwest .
Styles Of Music: The band performs a mix of hits from the 60's including all your favorites from the movie in a show setting. They can adapt their show for almost any kind of setting from a wedding to a concert performance. In addition to the how they can also start off with instrumental music and jazz, and then, turn up the lights, bring on the boys and let the dancing begin!
Instrumentation: In addition to the two "Front Men", Jake and Elwood, the band recreates the fat sound of the sixties with guitar, bass, drums and keyboards along with a full live horn section that brings the music alive.
References and Performances: "The Band was perfect for our event and the band's professionalism really helped". "It was the most remarkable thing, we've never seen the whole crowd stay for an event like this and literally dance up to the last song at 1:00 AM, I will contact you in the next few weeks to book the band for next year"
Sample Artists-Repertoire: Soul Man, Hold On I'm Coming, Sweet Home, Chicago, You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling, Papa's Got A Brand New Bag, Funky Broadway, My Babe, Harlem Nocturne, Heartbreak Hotel, Heard It Through The Grapevine, The Way You Do The Things You Do, Leavin' Here, Unchain My Heart, Sittin' on The Dock Of The Bay, Shotgun, Proud Mary, Sweet Soul Music, Everybody, But It's Alright, 634-5789, Fanny Mae, My Girl, Midnight Hour, Knock On Wood, I Feel Good, Groove Me, Expressway To My Heart, Gimme Some Lovin', Twistin The Night Away, Have Mercy, Party Doll, Shout, You Send Me, Ain't Too Proud To Beg, Domino, Peter Gunn, Things Ain't What They Used To Be. ...