5 thoughts on “Planning an Event? How to Find the Best New York Bands for Hire

  1. Hi there! Great article with a lot of good info. Would love for you to include our group in your links! We’re NYC’s only all women drumline!
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  2. I agree with your tip to find the right type of music that will best fit your wedding, especially when looking for a band. They have the ability to instill just the right mood in the day, whether you want something more relaxed and romantic or up beat and dance-friendly. It’s probably wise to check out the band’s live performances, too, to see if they can deliver what you want at your wedding as far as performance goes.

  3. I really like that you mention going to local music venues when looking for a wedding band. I never thought of the importance of seeing and hearing the band in person before hiring them. My sister is getting married in a month and I am in charge of the music. Although, until this article, I had no clue how to find the right band. I also really like that you mention figuring out what music you want before hiring anyone. This way you can hear what the band sounds like in that genre of music. I will be sure to use this advice, thanks.

  4. I appreciate your suggestion to find a party band through the classifieds and to see one of their shows as well. The company I work for is planning a party, so they are wondering how to find the best band to use. I will be sure to tell my boss that he should go see one of their shows before hiring them.

  5. I’m thinking of hiring a wedding reception band that plays blues for the main event. Maybe I’ll check out local music venues and see if I can hire anyone for my sister’s wedding. As you’ve also suggested, I could also take the time to check bands out online so I’ll try to search for the one that they’ll like and hire them for her wedding next month.

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