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Top-40, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, Pop, Rock and Roll

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Replay is one of the San Francisco Bay Area's leading "cover" bands, playing great music from the late 60's to today. Drawing from a diverse repertoire, Replay is equally at home providing quiet mood music for a social event (soft rock, jazz, and Motown) or complex and interesting pieces that will satisfy music aficionados (bands like Steely Dan and Tears for Fears). However, where Replay really shines is in generating excitement and energy on the dance floor, providing upbeat musical entertainment. The Band has been together for more than 8 years throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and is equally at home performing for corporate and private parties, weddings, fundraisers, outdoor events, and local bars and clubs.

Replay is fueled by the rhythm team of Don Tyler (bass) and Gary Scheuenstuhl (drums) who provide the foundation for the band. Rob Evans' lush keyboard arrangements are complimented by Brent Babow's harder edged guitar. Unifying Replay's sound are the lead and harmony vocals of Gabriela Vannier, Rob Evans, and Roe Tyler. Together, the six members of Replay create a dynamic and unique sound, either in faithfully reproducing the original feel of your favorite song, or adding their own personality to a song. Not only can Replay provide quality entertainment, but the band also can assist in planning and coordinating the activities at your event.

Sample Songlist:
Ain't too Proud to Beg- Temptations; Barracuda- Heart; Because The Night- Patti Smith; Birthday- The Beatles; Born On The Bayou- CCR; Boys of Summer- Don Henley; Brown Sugar- The Rolling Stones ; Bye Bye Love- The Cars; Call Me- Blondie; Come Together- Beatles; Comfortably Numb- Pink Floyd; Doctor My Eyes- Jackson Browne; Dreadlock Holiday- 10cc; Dreams- Fleetwood Mac; Edge of Seventeen- Stevie Nicks; Europa- Santana; Everybody Wants To Rule The World- Tears for Fears ; Every Day Is A Winding Road- Sheryl Crow; Evil Ways- Santana ; Fly Like An Eagle- Steve Miller; Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding- Elton John; Get Ready- Rare Earth; Get The Party Started- Pink; Gimme Some Lovin'- The Spencer Davis Group; Hellagood- No Doubt; Hit Me With Your Best Shot- Pat Benatar; Hold Your Head Up- Argent; Hypnotized- Fleetwood Mac; I Can't Tell You Why- The Eagles; I Love Rock and Roll- Joan Jett; I'll Be Around- The Spinners; Imaginary- Evanescence; In the Midnight Hour- Wilson Pickett; It Don't Come Easy- Ringo Starr; I've Got A Line On You- Spirit; I've Got the Music in Me- KiKi Dee; Just My Imagination- The Temptations; Landslide- Fleetwood Mac; Last Time- The Rolling Stones; Life During Wartime- Talking Heads; Life in the Fast Lane- The Eagles; Long Train Running- The Doobie Bros.; ; Love Shack- The B-52's; Magical Mystery Tour- The Beatles; Message In A Bottle- The Police; Middle of the Road- The Pretenders; Moondance- Van Morrison; Mysterious Ways- U2; No Time- The Guess Who; Nothing Ever Hurts Like You- Morrison; Once In A Lifetime-Talking Heads; One Thing Leads to Another-The Fixx; One Way Or Another- Blondie; Only The Lonely- The Motels; Owner Of A Lonely Heart- Yes; Papa Was A Rolling Stone- The Temptations ; Pretzel Logic -Steely Dan; Pump It Up- Elvis Costello; Shambala- Three Dog Night; She- Green Day; Shut Your Eyes- Snow Patrol; Smooth- Santana ; Spooky - Atlanta Rhythm Section; Stacy's Mom- Fountains of Wayne; Stop Dragging My Heart Around - Tom Petty; Superstition- Stevie Wonder; Sympathy For The Devil- The Rolling Stones; Take Back the City- Snow Patrol; Take Me In Your Arms- The Doobie Bros.; Tequila Sunrise- The Eagles; Under the Boardwalk- The Drifters; Vertigo- U2; Walk Like an Egyptian- The Bangles; Want to Take You Higher- Sly & The Family Stone; What You Need- INXS; Wild Night- Van Morrison; Whip It- Devo; Would I Lie To You- The Eurythmics; Year Of The Cat- Al Stewart; You Shook Me All Night Long- AC/DC; You're All I've Got Tonight - The Cars; You're No Good- Linda Rondstadt; You're So Vain- Carly Simon; You've Really Got Me- The Kinks