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:

Video of Tip Tops:

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.
We still have some summer 2012 Saturdays available for wedding receptions in Alabama, North Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Louisiana. Az Izz, Trotline, The Cold Hard Truth, 2nd Coming, Musical Fantasy, 4 Barrel Funk, Fly By Radio, Creativity, Lucky Town, and Accent still have 2 or 3 Saturdays to fill. Call or email us for avails on each.

We are still looking to fill dates for several national acts throughout the southeast. 3LAU, Milkman, Blackberry Smoke, Yelawolf, Benjy Davis, Dirty Guvnahs, Charlie Daniels, Coolio, Dangermuffin, Moon Taxi, 5 & A Dime, and Wick It are all looking for routing for March, April, and May..
Several of the Music Garden bands have developed great reputations with the Mobile and New Orleans Mardi Gras Balls - Az Izz, The Cold Hard Truth, Fly By Radio, Trotline, 2nd Coming, Musical Fantasy, 4 Barrel Funk, Lucky Town, Creativity, and Accent are looking forward to performing again for next years balls.
We are proud to provide great headline talent for Auburn's Alpha Psi Rodeo year after year. This year the rodeo will take place on Saturday April 14 and will feature Eric Church as headliner and Easton Corbin to support. Alpha Psi has pledged $1 million dollars over the next 10 years to the Auburn College of veterinary Medicine. Alpha Psi donated $20,000 of the rodeo proceeds to Storybrook Farms. To buy tickets to this year's rodeo call (559)99-RODEO.

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