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Wedding Reception Music and Entertainment is a specialty of The Doubletake Band. The wedding reception music is one of the most important aspects in planning a perfect wedding. The Doubletake Band provides an extensive choice in the type of music at your wedding reception. For the wedding reception the emphasis is always on -can you dance to it-? From the Motown sound, to rock and roll, old soul, ballads and even disco we will see that your wedding reception entertainment will make your wedding day THE ONE to remember for the rest of your life.
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The Doubletake Band: Pleasing Crowds for Over Three Decades







The Doubletake Band—the name is new but this group has been real crowd pleasers for over three decades. Like the saying goes, you get out of something what you put into it. Well, these hard-singing, hard-playing rock and soulsters have been walking the walk since they began performing at junior high school proms. They’ve called the Maryland suburbs home and built a solid reputation as a group that delivers a solid sound every time out.







Members of The Doubletake Band perform a wide variety of music that brings back the good old days when even AM radio played “the good stuff.” Growing up in the 1960s, they were introduced to a wealth of musical influences—rock, soul, country and blues. As teenagers, they developed proficiency on their chosen instruments of guitar, bass and drums. They played high school dances, pool parties, backyard barbecues, and officer’s clubs or just about anywhere that good rock and roll and soul music was appreciated. Eventually they were performing in nightclubs, on cruises, at outdoor festivals, touring the East Coast and getting involved in studio recording projects.







While bands come and go and musical tastes change, The Doubletake Band has remained true to their roots of rock and soul. That’s what they grew up listening to—the Beatles, Chuck Berry, Elvis, Wilson Pickett, James Brown and Creedence Clearwater Revival. This is classic baby boomer music that’s in demand today as much as ever and will never go out of style. There are no electronic enhancements or canned instrumental tracks used in their live performances. What you see is what you get. And that’s why The Doubletake Band is the real deal.







If you’re a child of the 60s, they play the soundtrack of your generation. Listen to them perform a Jimi Hendrix blues rave “Red House;” rock to CCR’s “Fortunate Son,” take a soulful ride with Wilson Pickett’s “Mustang Sally,” or move with a lively Latin flavor of Santana’s “Evil Ways,” and there’s no doubt that The Doubletake Band have got those bases covered.







The Doubletake Band is just like the name sounds. After hearing them, you’ll want more. Once is never enough! Check out their latest CD that features their versions of rock and soul classics that ably demonstrates that like a fine wine, some music does get better with age!.
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