Music Garden is excited about the 2017 format for The Alpha Psi Rodeo(now Alpha Psi Round Up). The Alpha Psi Alumni Association has secured Randy Houser for this year’s Round-Up!! Tickets are on PRESALE now athttp://alphapsirodeo.com/buy-tickets/
Tickets purchased ONLINE are expected to ship and be available for pick up at Anders Bookstore middle to late next week.
The members of Big Night Dynamite had such a great time performing at the Eric and Meg Bayliss wedding reception in Savannah, GA. Thanks to their friend, photographer Dean Chambers for capturing the night with these awesome pics, you can contact him at www.miamidean.com
...according to this article in Inspiration Mississippi's magazine (The choice publication for Mississippi brides.)
Musical Fantasy was recently honored by being selected as the band to provide the musical entertainment for actor, comedian, and humanitarian, Chris Tucker at his Foundation's kick-off event Saturday, July 18, 2015 in Atlanta, GA. The black-tie gala took place at the Astor Ballroom of the St. Regis Hotel with many of the Atlanta "A-Listers" attending to benefit the Foundation. The band was the perfect match for the event which required horns, cocktail, jazz and dance music. Music Garden is proud to have provided such a great band for this amazing event. Sylvester Parsons, bass Player/manager for Musical Fantasy, along with all of the band members, were excited to provide the entertainment for the amazing people that attended this worthy event. He also would like to "Thank Mr. W Imara Canady and his staff for providing a flawless and very elegant production."
For a sample of a Musical Fantasy performance follow this link:
To learn more about the Chris Tucker Foundation event, follow this link:
Music Garden is proud to welcome The Main Attraction Band to our exclusive roster. This Atlanta Georgia dance and show band consists of drums, bass, guitar, 2 keyboard players, and 2 male and female vocalists. It is hard to tell which of the singers is best because they are all world class singers and entertainers. This group is excellent at keeping the dance floor full all night as they increase the momentum by giving a little more song after song during their 3 hour continuous play. The Main Attraction Band also warms up the guests with a very tasteful cocktail set.
Brother 2 Brother has joined the Music Garden roster. We are pleased to be able to show their talent here (click link below for video:)
If you are looking fora fresh, exciting band for your wedding reception, look no further. Fly by Radio (Yes! - The well-known Southeast college party band) has geared up to perform weddings. The band will adjust it's attire, set list, and show to cater to all ages making Fly by Radio the perfect wedding dance band. Please have a look at the songlist and video on this link:
BIG GIGANTIC is going to be doing a very special run of dates in March/April/and possibly May at fraternities. The band wants to 'take it back to where it all started' and they’re going to be handpicking 10-20 fraternity plays for this timeframe.
The vision is to play at the fraternity house or in some instances, where it makes sense, the fraternity could rent a venue if that is easier. Either way, these would need to be 100% private for fraternity members and their guests. No tickets can be sold in any fashion.
Knowing that budgets for these plays are usually limited, they are quoting anywhere from $10K-$25K depending on the market, day of the week, routing, etc.
If you are interested in booking a date- reach out to Michael Wright at 334-221-6453 or email at
Music Garden- booking- Az Izz, Cherub, Trotline, Milkman, Park Band, Dirty Guvners, Corey Smith, Az Izz, Tim Tyler, Wick IT/ Instigator, Benjy Davis, DJALX Paint / Foam Party, Lucky Town, Fly By Radio, U.S, Sammy Adams, Blackberry Breeze, Shwayze, Fountain City Players, Big Gigantic, Tance Illumination, The Revivalist, Rexton Lee Band, Mimosa, Ultra Nexxus, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Dueling Pianos, etc…
For more on BIG GIGANTIC: Click here!
From the Montgomery Advertiser: 'The band [Whiskey River] came from Tuscaloosa to play favorite country hits; Stivers Ford rolled in two new leading-edge trucks to add to the excitement; and friends came from near and far to lend a hand of support to MANE, which has been providing equine-assisted intervention to the River Region children and adults since 1994.' read more...