Moon Taxi has been booked by Music Garden for an Auburn University fraternity event in April.  This is one great college band from Nashville, Tennessee that has completely developed their own incredible distinct sound.  Moon Taxi was founded in 2006 by Trevor Terndrup (vocals, guitar), Tommy Putnam (bass), Spencer Thomson (guitar, programming), Tyler Ritter (drums), and Wes Bailey (keys) while attending Belmont University.  After playing nightclubs, festivals, and fraternities throughout the Southeast for over six years, the band has become one of the bigger college bands in the region.

Music Garden has added Trance Illumination to its exclusive DJ roster. This is no ordinary Disc Jockey. Music Garden has already had successful fraternity and sorority shows at University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. We hope to hope to book this powerful DJ at Georgia Tech in Atlanta Georgia, University of Georgia in Athens Georgia, Ole Miss in Oxford Mississippi , Mississippi State in Starkville, Mississippi and LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in the coming weeks.
Trance Illumination is a show designed and developed by the collaboration of rave and mashup radio DJ Paul Alexander and show producer/VJ Josh Thomas along with illumination genius Andrew Truax. This show experience features the perfect mix of electronic dance music (EDM) and extreme dance hip hop fused with a high intensity light show that includes high powered lasers, a large LED panel screen, and wide variety of intelligent moving heads and ultra violet LED fixtures

Music Garden has signed Blackberry Breeze to an exclusive agreement for all bookings. This amazing 90's band has fantastic timing. They move from song to song without stopping using medleys and take little to no breaks to build the show as the night moves on. Blackberry Breeze is quickly becoming a favorite for high schools, fraternities, sororities, and campus clubs.
The lively dance and party band is on regular rotation at the hottest live entertainment bar in the region, The Sky Bar in Auburn, Alabama. Already established at Auburn University, University of Alabama, and Troy University, the band hopes to become a household name for every southeast college campus by the end of this fall!

Nappy Roots have been confirmed by Music Garden for a performance at University of Georgia in Athens Georgia on March 23, 2013. Since Nappy Roots was formed while many of the members were at Western Kentucky University, the band has always felt a strong connection to their fans who attend college. This national Hip Hop band performance will bring one huge University of Georgia fraternity party!

By far one of the most underrated Hip-Hop acts to have emerged over the past few years, their accomplishments and the milestones they’ve reached are the stuff of often-referenced Hip-Hop legacies. But theirs' remains a legacy that isn’t celebrated nearly as much as it should be… at least not by the “industry.” The fans, on the other hand, recognize just what sets Nappy Roots apart: consistency. In addition to their two independent releases – "The Humdinger" and "Pursuit of Nappyness," released in 2008 and 2010 respectively– Nappy Roots has provided their fans with new music every year since 2004, amassing a total of no less than 10 full-length albums and mixtapes.

Music Garden has added The legendary Double Branch in Troy, Alabama to their list of exclusive college nightclubs.  Landon Park, former manager of Park Band recently bought this twenty-plus year old establishment and has put an emphasis on the more popular Music Garden college bands. 

The Park brothers have done a fantastic job with the live entertainment bar since they took it over.  Bringing in great college fraternity and sorority bands like Vegabonds, The Dropouts, Blackberry Breeze, Moon Dance, Charlie Muncaster, Tim Tyler, Michael Stacey Band, DJALX, Plato Jones and many other popular acts, this Troy hangout is near capacity most nights.


Congratulations to three Music Garden bands for their recent success at the Mobile Mardi Gras Balls.  This year was a big year with Music Garden bands in Mobile, Fairhope, Daphne, Spanish Fort,  Chatom, Daphne, Bay Minette, Foley, Pensacola, Panama City, Biloxi, and Pascagoula!  Our Agency had over 30 bands booked for the area for the winter Mardi Gras Dances.  

 Three of the bands were awarded best band awards.  The first was announced by the Mobile Register.  Atlanta, Georgia based dance and party band, Az-Izz, got the vote for best overall band for the Krewe circuit with Mobile, Pensacola based Motown band, Tip Tops, coming in at number two.  Also Pensacola Florida based dance band, SuperFunk Fantasy was voted best ball band  by  Mobile Magazine.  Many thanks to three great party bands for making us look good!

Video of Az-IzZ:

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Video of SuperFunk Fantasy:

Music Garden announces that David Allen Coe and his band will be performing on Thursday March 7, 2013 at FloBama Concert Hall in Florence, Alabama. Coe is a living legend and will surely sell out the number one nightspot in the Florence, Sheffield, and Muscle Shoals Alabama area.

David Allan Coe is an outlaw country music singer who achieved popularity in the 1970s and 1980s. As a singer, his biggest hits were "Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile," "The Ride," "You Never Even Called Me by My Name," "She Used to Love Me a Lot," and "Longhaired Redneck." His best-known songs are the No. 1 successes "Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone)," which was covered by Tanya Tucker; and "Take This Job and Shove It," which was later covered by Johnny Paycheck. 

FloBama Facebook on David Allen Coe

Music Garden is excited about this year’s Alpha Psi Rodeo line up. This annual event dates back to 1965 and has gotten huge over the years. This year the rodeo will be held on April 13, 2013 in Auburn, Alabama. The Headline Act will be Brantley Gilbert with special guest Kip Moore. Wes Loper Band will also support. This is the largest single fundraising event conducted by students at Auburn University!

Watch the video for Wes Loper:

Last year’s rodeo featured Eric Church as the main artist and Easton Corbin as support. The 2012 event brought over 15000 students from all over the country. Music Garden expects this year’s rodeo to be bigger! This fundraiser’s proceeds go to Storybrook Farms and other charities. 

"We came because we heard the bands were good!" New Year's Eve 2012 Montgomery Alabama

Inside Les Dames Ball, Coconut Cowboys rocked the house all night long appropriately supporting the 2012 theme of the organization's 56th annual ball "Dancing Through Life" read more..

This year, several of the Music Garden bands were featured in major wedding magazines. We are proud of our bands and the positive response they are getting from some outstanding publications. Band names to look for as you browze your favorite regional wedding magazine - Musical Fantasy, Az Izz, Compozitionz, 2nd Coming, Coconut Cowboys, Black Jacket, Accent, Tim Tyler, Fountain City Players.

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