For over 10 years, BNO has electrified audiences with their unique blend of musical talent and impressive entertainment style! Specializing in original, cover, pop and golden oldies music, BNO uses their all mouth musical abilities – no instruments – to tantalize audiences all over the country, with phenomenal results! Having opened for groups such as Ray Charles, ELO, Michael McDonald, and many more, this group’s wealth of experience makes them a true entertainment “wow” for any corporate event or occasion.
BNO has rocked thousands with their high-energy thumpin’ pop/rock acappella – featuring tight-locked harmonies, phat vocal bass, bumpin’ vocal percussion, and incredible songs. What we love about the California based all-male sextet, besides their song selection, is a) their energy, spirit and love of the music and b) their great arrangements and vocal percussion and c) they’re spot on key and d) they nail every song as you absolutely know they do in a live performance. Great stuff! Looking for a “wow, how do they do that?” factor … BNO is the group! Either as evening entertainment or a unique way to start off a general session, we know their unique kind of chemistry is sure to translate well with any group.
The Perfect Gentlemen, a blend of vocals, versatility & vaudeville! This is a group made up of four performers of unparalleled talent. Dan Jordan is a gold medal winning lead singer with the New Tradition of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Jim Campbell anchors the group with low notes he expertly honed while singing with the famous Dapper Dans of Disneyland. Tim Reeder adds to this great mix with his knack for uncovering hilarious musical gems, amazing period vocals & his expert instrumental accompaniment, from his years with the 1930’s era jazz group Vocalworks. Phil gold rounds out the performance with his high notes. A gift he perfected with quartets in the touring stage musicals City of Angels & Forever Plaid. These four entertainers complement each other in a way that is nothing short of well, “Perfect!”
This is a group that is fun for all ages & something you’ll remember seeing & enjoying for a life time.
Michael John found out early that he had the voice of Billy Joel. Michael has worked hard at perfecting his Billy Joel show and landed a gig playing with the world famous Legends In Concert portraying the famous piano man.
RODEO DRIVE began their personal and professional love affair in 1980. Since that time, they have been responsible for bringing smiles and sometimes tears to their audiences world wide.
Marilyn began her career performing with the world renowned Young Americans. With them, she has graced the stages of television and theatres in many countries around the world. Randy has been performing since he was 10 years old. He met Marilyn when he was cast opposite her as Perchik, in Fiddler on the Roof. Rand also presently performs with THE THREE WAITERS, an internationally recognized corporate entertainment act.
Togethere Marilyn and Randy seamlessly combine many musical styles both past and present. Be ready to dance and listen to music from virtually every spectrum of the musical charts..…diversity is RODEO Drives’s calling card.
The All-American Boys Chorus makes a difference—one boy at a time.
Serving boys age 8 to 15, the AABC engages, challenges and inspires boys with a unique and innovative opportunity to maximize their potential.
In 2008, the RCC “Marching Tigers” celebrated its 25th Anniversary.
The Marching Tigers have been the lead unit in the Tournament of Roses Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Fiesta Bowl Parade and Hollywood Christmas Parade.
The Marching Tigers have also performed at four of the five Disney Theme parks as well as being the only band ever to perform in exhibition two years in a row at Bands of America Grand Nationals at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, Indiana (1994, 1995). They are also the only American college band to perform in exhibition at the All-Japan Marching Band Championships at Budokan Hall in Tokyo (1987, 1993).
Athletic events are familiar territory for the Marching Tigers. They’ve played many halftime shows for the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Raiders and the San Diego Chargers as well as opening day for the California Angels. The Marching Tigers have also performed for the Utah Summer Games in 1989, the U.S. Olympic Festival in 1991, and the Disneyland Pigskin Classic in 1993 and 1994. They were also the official pep band for the 1995 and 1996 John Wooden Classic at the Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim.
Also known as “Hollywood’s Marching Band” The Tigers can also be seen in the opening credits for Austin Powers International Man of Mystery and The Truman Show.