Event Planners Worldwide


Event Planners Worldwide

Event Planners are key to the livelihood of a musician. From special events to industrials, festivals, etc. Here is where event planners can find 'just the right' music for their events and where musicians can find employment.

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National Artist for jazz Fest

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Comment by Music Dept. on June 7, 2011 at 1:51pm

New Blue Note Trip by DJ Maestro releases and available on itunes.


Follow Music Dept. at FB as well: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Music-Dept/195487420465754 and "like it"

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Comment by Hulon on April 17, 2011 at 3:04pm
Hey Everyone!

Check out my Facebook and "Like" my page!
Let me know what you think!
Comment by David Floodstrand on March 21, 2011 at 2:00pm
Prelude Entertainment
We are entertainment consultants, specializing in live bands and DJ entertainment for events of all sizes, from weddings to corporate.
David Floodstrand
224 425 3498
7827 Niles Center Road
Suite 1-A
Skokie, Illinois 60077
Email: davidfloodstrand@gmail.com
Comment by Freeport on March 21, 2011 at 1:39pm

FREEPORT is available for festivals, top venues or events. Much information can be found at our website (www.FreeportJazz.com). Our latest CD will be hitting the market this Summer and we are offering a low performance fee for exposure. Please let me know what is required for consideration.

Here is a brief overview:

Chances are you have heard of the Contemporary Smooth Jazz group Freeport as they are regulars at festivals, top venues and notable events. Recently they have shared the stage with sophomoric artists, legends and Grammy award winners in the jazz community such as Bob James, Marion Meadows, Joyce Cooling, Paul Brown, Nils, Bob Baldwin, Matt Marshak, Dee Lucas, Marcus Johnson and the list goes on. Some past highlights have been recording and performing with Tower Of Power, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Special EFX, and Grover Washington Jr.

Comment by Phyllis Chapell & SIORA on March 21, 2011 at 1:11pm

Phyllis Chapell & SIORA (featured this week on the Jazz Network Worldwide) is available for concerts and special events.  Please see our feature and our website www.siorajazz.com.


Thank you so much!

Comment by Jennifer Jones on March 20, 2011 at 3:15pm
Greetings all, just wanted to announce that I have just acquired the position of Director of Hosted Art Receptions at the Linen Life Gallery, San Leandro, CA., www.linenlifegallery.com I provide complimentary art/wine receptions for up to 50 of your most intimate guests or business colleagues.  Great for VIP receptions or CD releases. Let me know how I can assist your music goals...Musically Yours, Jennifer Jones
Comment by Cinematic Moments Video on March 20, 2011 at 3:08pm
Hello fellow professionals! Just a note to let you know we are in the Philadelphia/Atlantic City area, and can offer videography/photography and small jazz combos for events. Thanks and continued success!
Comment by cheryl pyle on March 19, 2011 at 10:49am
 flute jazz for your event- party or wedding, we play standards, originals , and classical -write me for details to have flute jazz at your event -duo, trio, quartet -stop by my page for more infomation on jazz flute music from nyc -jazz/metal grtz -cheryl flute nyc
Comment by Jerry Šenfluk on March 18, 2011 at 5:54am

Dear all,

You are most welcome to visit my swing ensemble on www.jerrysenfluk.co.uk where you can also hear short samples of our music.

We are a truly international band, having pursued globalisation even before the word was invented. As such, we'd happily perform just anywhere, be it Patagonia, Kazakhstan, Rarotonga, Bobo Dioulasso or Potters Bar. Just anywhere, as long as the arithmetics are right.

Would love to hear good news (well, who would not?).

Best wishes


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