The Stones Play Havana

Cuba has been making headlines lately for all sorts of historic firsts in politics, sports, travel and entertainment… Why should music be any different?! On March 25, the Rolling Stones played a once-in-a-lifetime free show for a crowd of more than 500,000 in Havana. There’s clearly more to Cuba’s music scene than the traditional rumba, […]

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Hamilton: Broadway’s Runaway Hit

What do Barack Obama, Sara Bareilles, Weird Al Yankovic and Dick Cheney have in common? They’re all super-fans of the hit new Broadway musical Hamilton. If you haven’t heard of the show, here are three words to describe it: Rapping Founding Fathers. If that doesn’t intrigue you, we don’t know what else will! Written by […]

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It’s the Coolest and Most Amazing

After much anticipation, the newest addition to Bounce’s entertainment arsenal has finally arrived. Dying to know what it is? It’s only The Coolest Most Amazing New York Candy Table in the Whole Word! And it made it’s debut earlier today at a charity event and was a complete hit! For a true showstopper at your next event, look no […]

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David Bowie: A True New York City Boy

It’s true, most people think of David Bowie as one of the UK’s greatest sensations, among the likes of The Beatles and Coldplay. But, here in New York City he’s just as much ours to miss following his untimely passing last week. Since the early 1970s, Bowie was as much a fixture in NYC as […]

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CURE Hits Close To Home

Last week, Vinyl MP3 had the honor and privilege of playing at NYCURE. The event, held at Riverpark in New York City, benefiting the non-profit organization CURE (Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy) could be considered a success in more ways than one. The band, of course, sounded great and entertained the guests all night. […]

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Choose Music That Entertains

Musical Ambiance. “Match the size of your band and sound volume to your particular venue and choose the right musical mix for all guests.” Incorporate Unique Aspects of Your Venue. “Pleasantdale Château has a small balcony overlooking the cocktail room. My son took one look and said the balcony screamed for violins!” Vendors Ceremony: St. […]

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Know Your Musical Options

To select your band, “See them perform live,” says Dean Vali of Bounce Music and Entertainment. “Then ask if they offer options like lights, screens, videos, and general event production. And also find out what the band will wear when they perform.” Musical Choices To help wedding couples choose their music, Bounce provides song lists […]

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Multi-Faceted Entertainment Company Delivers Prime NY Destinations

By Nick Christophers New York City has always been a key location for those in search of A-list entertainment. From film to music to live theater, it’s an American Mecca for artists looking to expand their craft and cement themselves amongst the New York City scene. However, no artist has done so quite like entrepreneur […]

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Broadway Cares Executive Director Tom Viola to Receive 2015 June Briggs Award

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Executive Director Tom Viola has been named one of the 2015 recipients of the June Briggs Awards for Excellence in Destination Management Services. The awards presentation will take place on January 12 at the Eventi Hotel. The awards honor outstanding New York City businesses that excel in service and performance in […]

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Entertain Your Guests

Match Your Music to Your Venue & Your Guests. “The size of your band and its volume varies with the size of your ballroom … and the variety of musical styles varies with the tastes of your guests.” Ceremony: St. Johns the Theologian Reception: Central Park Boathouse Gown: Aire Barcelona Bridesmaids: Bari Jay Tux: Ralph […]

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ISES New York Chapter Announces Winners of Big Apple Awards

On Tuesday, June 29, 2010 the New York metro chapter of the International Special Events Society held its annual Big Apple Awards and board of directors installation ceremony at the Edison Ballroom. Incoming President Howard Givner called it the “most successful gala in several years.” With more than 250 guests in attendance, the society praised […]

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