Entertainment

We offer a variety of entertainment options. Musicians, Dancers, impersonators, Comedians, Magicians, we have them all! Here are just a few of the many bands that we have to offer. Don't see what you're looking for? Don't worry! We have the resources to find what's right for you!

Country Groups
Jazz and Blues Groups​
​Motown Groups​
Pop/Rock Groups​
R&B/Top 40 Groups​​
​Rock​​ Groups
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Phase 5


Phase 5 has evolved to be one of the most electrifying acts to come out of Detroit in a long time. They have developed a sound of smooth jazz mixed with a slamming "in your face" style of today's Hip Hop and R&B. They are also known for their flashy well-choreographed dance moves, as well as their glittering and eye popping stage attire. Once you have seen this act you will leave knowing that you ...have just witnessed something unique and different.

Kimmie Horne


Kimmie Horne, is a consummate entertainer! A native Detroiter, Kimmie Horne is considered by many to be one of the most outstanding Performer & Recording Artist to emerge from this area in years! Her beautiful alto voice coupled with her unmatched ability to perform and entertain puts her in a category of her own.

Dueling Pianos

Dueling pianos (also known simply as "sing-along") is a form of entertainment, usually on stage with two grand pianos, each played by a professional player who sings and entertains; humor and audience participation are prevalent. Usually these types of piano bars have substantial sound systems, and most of the songs performed are rock and roll, "classic rock", Top 40, R&B, or country, played primarily by request.
Edgar Wallace Jr.

Metropolitan Detroit smooth jazz saxophonist, writer, and producer Edgar Wallace Jr., performs with a style that’s characterized as soulful, classy, & smooth by some of his listener’s. There is a kind of quiet passion that he has in his playing, with a driving side that is powerful, but has a softer edge that makes his music very listenable.



Michael Gabriel


Michael Gabriel has been playing guitar for most of his life. He has played a variety of styles including rock, blues, funk, and jazz. Early influences include Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Trey Anastasio (formerly from Phish), and David Gilmour.
. (Pink Floyd), and several others.
Ty Stone and The Truth

Ty Stone—a powerhouse singer in an unprettified package—is as true an entertainer as they come. “With me, it’s a matter of combining the everyday with having this chainsaw for a voice,” he laughs. “I’m not this pre-packaged, square-jawed, good-looking, 6-foot-4 kid. People relate to me most as the dude they hung out with in school, and I feel like my size gives me more of an everyman quality.” But, of course, not every man can wail like… that. “My voice is really about constant intensity,” he notes, “whether the pedal is down, and I’m hitting monster notes, or I’m in low gear, and I’m being sweet and thoughtful with every breath.”