Kinkey Spigot & The Welders (Double Set), MK Groove Orchestra (Double Set) (Residency), Yiddish Princess, STRNGRS, Great Smokey

Kinkey Spigot & The Welders (Double Set)

Kinky Spigot and the Welders is a dance band serving the New York City area, specializing in the classic Soul music of the 60s and 70s.

Our pitch is simple: We’re young, we’re energetic, and we throw an unbeatable dance party at a great price.

With an electrifying stage presence and a sophisticated approach to dancefloor classics, Kinky Spigot and the Welders just might be the perfect topping for your wedding, party, or corporate event.

Here’s what some recent clients have said about us:

“We just wanted thank you guys for KILLING IT at our wedding and ensuring that we had what will certainly prove to be one of the best parties of our lives. You guys were relaxed (which was important considering we had no idea how anything would really work out), kind, and most importantly….. you rocked. Everyone, from our friends to our aunts, uncles and parents were raving about you guys. We can’t thank you guys enough for the show.” – Timothy Pingree, married July 2011.

“The wedding band can make or break the wedding. As a paranoid bride, I knew the music was key for my wedding, especially since mine was a New Year’s Eve wedding and had to be a good party. Kinky Spigot and The Welders, without question, made my wedding. They were unbelieveable. They played all the perfect songs and got every single person dancing, from the stodgiest old grandpa to the shyest of girls. All I heard all night was “Sara, your band! Oh. My. God!” and “Sara, this band is f****** awesome” and “Sara, where on earth did you find this band?!” Not only are they mind-bogglingly good at what they do from the horns to the female trio (when they play Michael Jackson, it’s for real, people go nuts), but they also listen. They know how important the music for an event can be, especially a wedding, and they want nothing more than to please. Hire Kinky Spigot and the Welders. They can do anything. They are crazy talented. They will are the party. Trust.” – Sarah Reid, married December 31, 2010

“Kinky Spigot was absolutely perfect, and we could not have asked for better combination of professionalism and fun. They were totally flexible—playing an acoustic cocktail set at the beginning of the evening, and then after dinner they managed to get even the most conservative partygoers out on the dance floor having a blast. Simply put, they made our event. Period.” – Katy Reid, corporate event May 2011

MK Groove Orchestra (Double Set) (Residency)

The MK Groove Orchestra is not your grandparents big band, the MKGO is equal parts rock band and jazz band, drawing upon all sounds and cultures that inspire them. Musical omnivores to say the least, depending on what night you see the group, you may be treated to a transcription of a B side from an obscure old school funk 45, the opening theme of a Bruce Lee film, a rendition of a classic recording by a cuban orchestra from the 50s or a classic rock anthem...most likely all of the above. The MKGO's originals also have an equal sense of adventure and breadth, written with clarity and purpose and performed integrity, intensity and virtuosity. Imagine all this...wrapped in face melting guitars.

Yiddish Princess

Looking to reconcile your love of power pop and hard rock with your love of Yiddish music? Your search is over. Behold, Yiddish Princess.

STRNGRS

STRNGRS is a 3-piece rock & roll outfit from New York City. Sounds, smiles, and situations to make you feel good.

Great Smokey

Brewed in the rolling hills of Western Massachusetts sometime around 2009, the music of Great Smokey is varied- at times a raw stomp through murky water, a cold wind rushing into the valley or the shaking atmosphere of an incoming plane. Who knows where it will land.

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Kinkey Spigot & The Welders (Double Set), MK Groove Orchestra (Double Set) (Residency), Yiddish Princess, STRNGRS, Great Smokey

Friday, June 28 · Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM at Spike Hill