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Swingin’ Medallions

“A TIMELESS TRADITION”

Tradition is defined as “The handing down of a belief, legend, or custom from generation to generation”. The Swingin’ Medallions, a 49-year Southern tradition, are a living definition of the word.

How does a band endure the generations? The group’s signature high-energy style delights audiences of all ages. Their act, as well as their music, is indeed timeless. The band was founded in 1962 by John McElrath and now includes his two sons, Shawn and Shane.  The band also features Jake Bartley, the son of original Medallion, Hack Bartley. Jimmy Perkins, an original member of the group has been back traveling fulltime with the band since July 2011! Featuring an ever-popular horn section, the group effectively blends the sounds and music of yesterday and today. The band has performed throughout the nation in thousands of venues.  Their diverse repertoire has made them overwhelming favorites with college audiences as well as the more mature rock and rollers.

The band was made famous by its 1.5 million selling hit album, “Double Shot of My Baby’s Love”, in 1966. It remains the signature song of the band. The song, in fact, continues to demonstrate its timeless quality on radio, television and in motion pictures. “Double Shot” was followed with another hit, “She Drives Me Out of My Mind”, in 1967. In 1969, they released yet another hit, “Hey, Hey Baby”, the song featured at their 2004 Gator Bowl Half-Time Show performance.  The band released countless other singles through Capitol and Smash Records and continues recording new music today, including their latest tune, “Large Time”, which was released in September 2011.

In September 2009, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band invited the Medallions on stage at theBi-LoCenterinGreenvilleSCto join in for on rendition of “Double Shot”. This was definitely an historic moment and one of the highlights of the show. This was quite an honor for the Medallions!!  Bruce has even labeled “Double Shot” as “The greatest fraternity rock song of all time”.

In early 2008, they were invited by the United States Ambassador to Canadato perform in Ottawa, Canadafor a July 4th Celebration. In 2007, they were chosen to headline the Inaugural Party for the Governor of South Carolina, Mark Sanford.  Also in 2007, they performed for the Governor of Georgia, Sonny Perdue’s Inaugural Ball. In 2003, they joined forces with Coors Brewing Company, Sterling Marlin and hundreds of fans for a Cruise of the Caribbean.

The cast of the hit television series Aly McBeal sang along with the original recording in a 1998 episode. Bruce Willis sang the song in an episode of “Moonlighting”. In 1999, it was again featured in the NBC miniseries, “The 60’s”. It was heard on the big screen in the movie, “Sorority Boys” and most recently it was used in the NBC series, “American Dreams”.

Lewis Grizzard (Southern humorist and writer) labeled the Medallions as “THE PARTY BAND OF THE SOUTH”, a moniker that has become forever synonymous with the Medallion name. In 1993, Grizzard wrote in a nationally syndicated column, “Even today, when I hear “Double Shot of My Baby’s Love”, it makes me want to stand outside in the hot sun with a milkshake cup full of beer in one hand and a slightly drenched coed in the other”.

On October 6, 2005, The Medallions performed live on the FOX 5 Atlanta Television show, “Good Day Atlanta” and played “Double Shot” to an audience of over 400,000. 

In June of 2001, Chicago Tribune nationally syndicated columnist Bob Greene wrote an article entitled The Swingin’ Medallion View of U.S. History. He summed up America’s love affair with “Double Shot” with his discovery of the song being played and sold in the gift shop of the Smithsonian Institute. When inquiring as to why it was available in the nation’s foremost repository of history, the clerk replied, “Because it’s as much a part of our history as anything else we sell”.

The book, “Heeey Baby Days of Beach Music”, was officially releasedOctober 6, 2006at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame inMacon,Georgia.  It is a comprehensive history of the Southeastern Music Scene of the 1960’s. It is 552 pages long with over 800 images and weighs over 10 pounds! This book features the story of the Swingin’ Medallions!

 Songlist:

Double Shot of My Baby’s Love

Hey Hey Baby

She Drives Me Out of My Mind

Hang on Sloopy

Round and Round

How Do You Stop

Oleander

Shaggin’ In The Moonlight

Large Time

 

Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy—The Tams

Mustang Sally—Wilson Pickett

With This Ring—The Platters

Under The Boardwalk—the Drifters

Baby, I Need Your Lovin’—Four Tops

Honky Tonk Women—Rolling Stones

Midnight Hour—Wilson Picket

Ain’t Too Proud To Beg—The Temptations

It’s All Right—JJ Jackson

Some Kind of Wonderful—Grand Funk Railroad

Carolina Girls—Chairmen of the Board

Shakey Ground—Delbert McClinton

My Girl—The Temptations

I Feel Good—James Brown

Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool You—Wilson Pickett

Stay—Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs

Domino—Van Morrison

Brown Eyed Girl—Van Morrison

Margarittaville—Jimmy Buffet

Ms. Grace—The Tymes

Hard To Handle—Otis Redding

Shotgun—Junior Walker and the All Stars

Old Time Rock and Roll–Bob Segar

39-21-40 Shape—The Showmen

Shout—Otis Day and the nights

Louie Louie—The Kingsmen

Let It Whip—Dazz Band

She’s A Bad Mama Jama—Carl Carlton

Ride That Train—Quad City DJ’s

Boogie Shoes—KC and the Sunshine Band

YMCA—Village People

Brick House—The Commodores

Wonderful Tonight—Eric Clapton

When A Man Loves Woman (instrumental)—Percy Sledge

Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay—Otis Redding

Get Ready—The Temptations

What I Like About You-The Romantics

Play That Funky Music White Boy—Wild Cherry

Johnny B. Goode—Chuck Berry

Sweet Home Alabama-Lynard Skynard

Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy—Big and Rich

Fire—Bruce Springsteen

Celebration—Kool and the Gang

Meet Me With Your Black Drawers On—Gloria Hardeman

Wonderful World—Louis Armstrong

Hip Hop Hooray–Naughty by Nature

Honky Tonk Women—Rolling Stones

1999—Prince

All Right Now—Free

Hold on I’m Comin’—Sam and Dave

Devil with a Blue Dress—Mitch Ryder

Hungry Heart—Bruce Springsteen

Ladies Night—Kool and the Gang

I’m yours—Jason Mraz

Piece of the Rock—Mothers Finest

Forget You—Cee Lo Green

Drift Away—Dobie Grey

What Kind of Fool—The Tams

 

 

 

 

Suicide Blonde

Everybody Loves the Eighties:

It was a simpler time. No internet, no cell phones, no pagers. The top of the line computer couldn’t even balance a checkbook, and “Donkey Kong” was the latest and greatest in video game technology. “Dynasty” and “Magnum PI” ruled television and Calvin Klein and Members-Only jackets ruled the day’s fashion. The Eighties was a time of style-over-substance where looking good was the priority and excess was the rule.

Eighties music was all about “the party” with bands such as INXS, Duran Duran and Tears for Fears showing us the way. Music wasn’t about politics and drama; it was fun. English and American musicians were locked in a fierce international competition for the American hearts and mind, and MTV actually played videos and changed the way we saw the world.

Now the children of the Eighties are all grown-up. Rubik’s Cubes and parachute pants have been replaced by 2.2 kids and a dog. These “children” now  have 401-Ks and mortgages. Staying up all night has given way to board meetings, carpools and “soccer moms”. “Pretty in Pink” and “St Elmo’s Fire” now defer to “Desperate Housewives” and “American Idol.”

But the spirit of the Eighties is alive and well and Suicide Blonde is now here to help the children of the greatest decade in history celebrate its passion.

Based out of Raleigh, NC, Suicide Blonde is comprised of “children of the 80s” who have united to bring back the spirit of this incredible decade. With its lineup of experienced musicians, this exciting band well remembers what it was like to wear a mullet, hop in the Trans-AM and drive to the blaring sounds of AC-DC, David Bowie or the Cure. With a wealth of experience in many genres of music, Suicide Blonde brings the required professionalism, musicianship and unmistakable love of the 80s to transport any club or private function back to this unforgettable time of fun and excess.

 

Spare Change

The Band, Spare Change based in LaGrange NC, got their start in 2002 as a 4 piece band made up of a group of friends. Traveling throughout the southeast, this band grew into what is today one of the most sought after bands in the market.

Spare Change has grown to be a favorite for Festival goers, Corporate Parties, Wedding Receptions, Nightclubs and more! They energize every function with their diverse selection of music.  From Rock, Country, Beach, Funk, Rap and Classic Rock, Spare Change is sure to play a favorite of all persons attending.

They will definitely make your event one to remember. With unique instruments from the mandolin to the violin, they seem to bring something refreshing and exciting to their fans.

Song List:

Adele
Rolling In The Deep

ALICIA KEYS
No One

HOT CHELLE RAE
Tonight Tonight

GWYNETH PALTROW AND HUEY LEWIS
Cruisin

PINK
Fing Perfect

MICHAEL JACKSON
Billie Jean
Black Or White
Way You Make Me Feel
Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough
Beat It

ACDC
Shook Me all Night Long

SUGARLAND
Stuck Like Glue
Stay

RASCAL FLATTS
Life Is A Highway

JEREMY McCOMB
Wagonwheel

SISTER HAZEL
All For You

ROCK MEDLEY
Rock N Roll Hootchie Koo-Rick Derringer
R.O.C.K. in the USA-John Mellencamp
Rock n Roll-Led Zeppelin
Rock n Roll All Night-Kiss

EMERSON DRIVE
Fishing In The Dark

BRUNO MARS
Billionaire
Lazy Day

BRYAN ADAMS
Summer Of 69

JOAN JETT
I Love Rock And Roll

REDNEX
Cotton Eye Joe

HOOTIE AND THE BLOWFISH
Only Wanta Be With You

JOURNEY
Any Way You Want It

JACKSON 5
I Want You Back
ABC

QUEEN
Fat Bottom Girls

JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP
Jack and Diane

GLORIA GAYNOR

I Will Survive

PRINCE
Kiss

ALABAMA
Dixieland Delight
If You’re Gonna Play In Texas

VAN MORRISON
Brown Eyed Girl

GEORGE STRAIT
Fireman

KATY PERRY
California Gurls

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER
Down On The Corner

HOUSE OF PAIN
Jump

R. KELLY
Ignition

THE TEMPTATIONS
Lady Soul
My Girl

CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Carolina Girls

THE DRIFTERS
Under The Boardwalk

JIMMY BUFFET
Margaritaville

EAGLES
Take It Easy

BAD COMPANY
Feel Like Makin’ Love

STEVIE RAY VAUGHN
Pride and Joy
Cold Shot

LYNARD SKYNARD
Sweet Home Alabama

HANK WILLIAMS JR.
Family Tradition

BEN E. KING
Stand By Me

VIOLENT FEMMES
Blister In The Sun

ERIC CLAPTON
Wonderful Tonight

JEFF HEALEY BANDAngel Eyes

JOHN MAYER
Gravity

 

CEE LO GREEN
Forget You

ALL AMERICAN REJECTS
Give Them Hell

THOMPSON SQUARE
Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not

BRAD PAISLEY
Old Alabama

EDDIE MONEY
Take Me Home Tonight

JET
Are You Gonna Be My Girl

JESSIE J.
Pricetag

BLACK EYED PEA’S
Let’s Get It Started
I Gotta Feeling

DANCE MEDLEY
Can’t Get Enough of Your Love
Bad Mama Jama
No Parking
Love Shack

KEITH URBAN
Somebody Like You

LADY ANTEBELLUM
Lookin For A Good Time

BOBBY BROWN
My Prerogative

RICK SPRINGFIELD
Jesse’s Girl

ZACK BROWN
Chicken Fried
Whatever It Is

DEF LEPPARD
Pour Some Sugar On Me

DAVE MATTHEWS
Ants Marching
Trippin Billie’s
Why I Am

PAT BENATAR
Hit Me With Your Best Shot

SUBLIME
What I Got
Santeria

CHARLIE DANIELS
Devil Went Down To Georgia

AEROSMITH
Walk This Way

REHAB
Sittin In A Bar

COMMODORES
Brick House

CRAVIN MELON
Sweet Tea

VASSAR CEMENTS
Orange Blossum Special

STEVE MILLER
The Joker

GARTH BROOKS
Friends In Low Places

THE GOURDS
Gin And Juice

BIG AND RICH
Save A Horse

WILSON PICKETT
Mustang Sally

OSBORNE BROTHERS

Rocky Top Tennessee

STEVE EARLE
Copperhead Road

K.C.  AND THE SUNSHINE
Boogie Shoes
Get Down Tonight

KATRINA AND THE WAVES
Walking On Sunshine

JOHNNY CASH
Folson Prison Blues

GEORGIA SATELITES
Keep Your Hands To Yourself

EVERYTHING
Hooch

ZZ TOP
Lagrange

DAVID ALLAN COE
Never Even Called Me By My
Name

BEN HARPER
Steal My Kisses

O.A.R.
Crazy Game Of Poker

THE ROMANTICS
What I Like About You

THE CLASH
Should I Stay Or Should I Go

DOBIE GRAY
Drift Away

KENNY CHESNEY
The Good Stuff

POISON
Every Rose Has It’s Thorn

CRAIG MORGAN
Almost Home

From Rock, Country, Beach, Funk, Rap and Classic Rock, Spare Change is sure to play a favorite of all persons attending. They will definitely make your event one to remember. With unique instruments from the mandolin to the violin, they seem to bring something refreshing and exciting to their fans.

Sea Cruz

ProSound Entertainment proudly presents SEA-CRUZ. This group has received numerous nominations and awards from the Carolina Beach Music Award Association.

This dynamic group features the advantages of modern technology, years of stage experience and a BOAT LOAD of personality!
SEA-CRUZ is a sequenced group, consisting of heavy keyboards, saxophone and three lead vocalists. This combination gives you a big band sound without the big band PRICE and promises to deliver a complete and fun entertainment experience.

SEA-CRUZ musical menu includes the best of 60’s Oldies, Classic Rock, 70’s Disco, Carolina Beach and today’s hottest new songs. All of this flavored with Pop, Country, Rhythm and Blues and Standards gives you and your guests the Itinerary for a SPECTACULAR VOYAGE.
SEA-CRUZ has become one of the Southeast’s top entertainment groups so ALL ABOARD for a fun filled SEA-CRUZ.

Song List:

634-5789 – Tina Turner
8-3-1 – Lisa Stansfield
Angel – Lionel Richie
All I Wanna Do – Sheryll Crowe
Ain’t Nobody – Chaka Khan
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Michael McDonald
Ain’t To Proud To Beg – The Temptations
At Last – Etta James
At The Hop – Danny & The Juniors
Bad Girls – Donna Summer
Band Of Gold – Freda Payne
Be Young, Be Foolish – The Tams
Believe – Cher
Beginnings – Chicago
Big Boss Man – The Fantastic Shakers
Black Velvet – Alannah Myles
Bless Your Heart – Chairman Of The Board
Blue Bayou – Linda Ronstadt
Blue Moon – Marcels
Boogie Oogie – A Taste Of Honey
Boys Of Summer – Don Henley
Brandy – Looking Glass
Brenda – O.C. Smith
Brick House – Commodores
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Build Me Up Buttercup – Foundations
Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You – Lauren Hill
Carolina Girls – Chairman Of The Board
Car Wash – Rose Royce
Celebration – Kool and The Gang
Chain Of Fools – Aretha Franklin
Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitude – Jimmy Buffett
Chapel Of Love – The Dixie Cups
City Full Of Memories – The Spinners
Close To You – Carpenters
Come On Over – Shania Twain
Cool Me Out – Lamont Dozier
Coolin’ Out – Jerry Butler
Crazy – Patsy Cline
Crocodile Rock – Elton John
Dancin Shaggin – Alabama
Dim All The Lights – Donna Summer
Don’t Let The Green Grass Fool Ya – Wilson Pickett
Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
Don’t Stop (Doin It) – Anastacia
Double Shot – The Swining Medallions
Down At The Twist And Shout – Mary Chapin Carpenter
Dreams – Stevie Nicks
Easy Coming Out Hard Going In – William Bell
Electric Slide – Marcia Griffith
Everlasting Love – Carl Carlton
Every Breath You Take – Police
Free Ride – Edgar Winter Group
Fever – Peggy Lee
Fins – Jimmy Buffett
Fire – Pointer Sisters
Footloose – Kenny Loggins
Get Down Tonight – KC & The Sunshine Band
Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose – Teddy Pendergrass
Give Me Just A Little More Time – General Johnson & the Chairmen of the Board
Gone Fishin – Chairman Of The Board
Gonna Move Across The River – The Drifters
Great Balls Of Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis
Groove Me – King Floyd
Heart Of Glass – Blondie
Have A Heart – Bonnie Raitt
Higher And Higher – Jackie Wilson
Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder
Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benetar
Hold Back The Night – The Trammps
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
Hot Child In The City – Nick Gilder
Hotel California – Eagles
How Long – Ace/Rod Stewart
I Ain’t Giving Up Nothin’ – The Fantastic Shakers
I Believe In You and Me- The Four Tops
I Can See Clearly Now – Jimmy Cliff
I Fall To Pieces – Patsy Cline
I Feel Lucky – Mary Chapin Carpenter
If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
I’ll Be Around – Spinners
I Love Beach Music – The Embers
I Love The Nightlife – Alicia Bridges
I’m Comin’ Out – Diana Ross
I Try – Macy Gray
I’ve Had The Time Of My Life – Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes
I Will Always Love You – Sarah Washington
I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
Into The Mystic – Van Morrison
Is This Love – Bob Marley
It’s A Shame – The Spinners
Jammin’ – Bob Marley
Jump Jive And Wail – Brain Setzer Orchestra
Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel
Killing Me Softly – Roberta Flack
Kiss On My List – Hall & Oates
Knock On Wood – Ami Stuart
Lady Soul – The Temptations
Landslide – Stevie Nicks
Last Dance – Donna Summer
Le’ Freak – Chic
Let’s Get Loud – Jennifer Lopez
Let’s Groove Tonight – Earth, Wind & Fire
Lights – Journey
Limbo Rock – Chubby Checker
Little Red Book – Drifters
Live Close By, Visit Often – K.T. Oslin
Looking Through The Eyes Of A Fool – Johnny Bristol
Lost In The 50s Tonight – Ronnie Milsap
LOVE – Robert Winter Fall
Love Comes Knockin – Percy Sledge
Love Is In The Air – Tom Jones
Love Sneakin Up On You – Bonnie Raitt
Love Train – The O’Jays
Love Will Keep Us Together – Capitan & Tennille
Mack The Knife – Bobby Darrin
Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffett
Me & Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
Meet Me With Your Black Drawers On – Gloria Hardiman
Mercedes Benz – Janis Joplin
Mighty High – The Mighty Clouds Of Joy
Miss Grace – The Thymes
Montego Bay – Bobby Bloom
Movin Out – Billy Joel
Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
My Big Sister’s Radio – Mike Schermer
My Girl – Temptations
My Guy – Mary Wells
My Life – Billy Joel
Myrtle Beach Days – The Fantastic Shakers
New York City – Delbert McClinton
Ob La Di Ob La Da – Beatles
Old Time Rock & Roll – Bob Segar
Part Time Party Time – The Entertainers
Piano Man – Billy Joel
Pick Up The Pieces – Average White Band
Pink Cadillac – Natalie Cole
Play That Funky Music White Boy – Wild Cherry
Proud Mary – Tina Turner
Rehab – Amy Winehouse
Red Red Wine – UB40
Rescue Me – Aretha Franklin
Respect – Aretha Franklin
Rhiannon – Stevie Nicks
Rocky Top – Standard
Sailing – Christopher Cross
Saphronia B – The Fantastic Shakers
Scream & Shout – Teddy Pendergrass
Sea Cruise – Frankie Ford
September – Earth, Wind & Fire
Sexual Healing – Marvin Gaye
Shake That Thing – The Fantastic Shakers
Shake Your Booty – K.C. and the Snshine Band
Shakin’ The Shack – The Fantastic Shakers
Shama Lama Ding Dong – The Band Of Oz
Shotgun – Junior Walker & the All Stars
Shout – Isley Brothers
Silver Springs – Stevie Nicks
Simply The Best – Tina Turner
Sixty Minute Man – Billy Ward & The Dominoes
Some Bridges Need Burning – Keisa Brown
Something To Talk About – Bonnie Raitt
Son Of A Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield
Stagger Lee – Floyd Price
Stand By Me – Ben E King
Strawberry Wine – Deana Carter
Still The One – Shania Twain
Stir It Up – Bob Marley
Stop Loving Me, Stop Loving You – Daryl Hall
Strokin’ – Clarence Carter
Sugar Pie Honey Bunch – 4 Tops
Summertime Is Calling Me – The Catalinas
Superfreak – Rick James
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynard Skynard
Sweet Nothing’s – Brenda Lee
Takin’ It To The Streets – The Doobie Brothers
That’s The Way I Like It – KC & The Sunshine Band
The Love I Lost – Teddy Pendergrass
The Tide Is High – Blondie
This Magic Moment – Drifters
The Pina Colada Song – Rupert Hlmes
This Time I Know It’s For Real – Donna Summer
Twist – Chubby Checker
Under The Boardwalk – Drifters
Unforgettable – Nat/Natalie Cole
Up On The Roof – Drifters
Volcano – Jimmy Buffett
Waiting For Tonight – Jennifer Lopez
Walkin’ After Midnight – Patsy Cline
Walking On Sunshine – Katrina And The Waves
Walking Up A One Way Street – Willie Tee
Wall To Wall – Vance Kelly
We Are Family – Sister Sledge
We Don’t Talk Anymore – Cliff Richard
What You Do To Me – Carl Wilson
With This Ring – Platters
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
YMCA – Village People
You Keep Telling Me Yes – Cannonball
You Make Me So Very Happy – Blood, Sweat & Tears
Young Hearts Run Free – Candi Staton

 

 

Mason Lovette Band

Though established in 1999, a local band has resurfaced lately with a burst of talent and newfound chemistry. The Mason Lovette Band, started by college classmates Matt Lovette and Michael Sudyk, has become a staple at local and other venues across the state.
Steadily touring since its conception, the band has solidified its lineup with Bryan Windsor on drums and backup vocals, Billy Hatley on bass, Billy Faucette on keyboard, organ and backup vocals, and Clint Rhodes on lead guitar, banjo and vocals.
The dueling assault of Sudyk and Rhodes drives the band’s sound that is capped by the magnetic Lovette up front. Whether pitch perfect covers or new takes on once reverent classics, the Mason Lovette treatment has become a requested fixture throughout the triangle.
With their growing fan base in tow, the band quickly converts first timers as well. MLB, in short, creates and conveys a sense of the collective in their enthralling performances. New and popular country covers as well as classics plucked from every genre are sure to inject energy and across the board excitement to any event.
The feeling of ‘being in this together’ that Lovette creates on stage is unique and immensely entertaining. Coupled with this charisma, the band’s wall of sound refuses to be ignored and dares to share the instrumentation among all members.
MLB’s brand of harmony is homegrown and only stems from night after night in dimly lit barrooms. To see this payoff in their live performances is refreshing and exciting.
Ready to party? Then a Mason Lovette Band show guarantees a rocking good time that you will never forget!!!

 

Mark Roberts Band

The Mark Roberts Band provides live music for Festivals, Weddings, Corporate Parties, Private Parties, Dance Clubs, Nightclubs, and Concerts all along the East Coast.

The Mark Roberts Band plays the best in Variety including Dance, Funk, Rock n Roll, Motown, Beach Music and Country,

Song List:

Beach & Popular Shag
Lovin’ On Ocean Drive – Tim Cashion
Summertime’s Calling Me – The Catalinas
Carolina Girls-Chairman of the Board
My Girl- The Temptations
Lady Soul – The Temptations
6345789 – Wilson Pickett
Hold Back The Night – The Tramps
Under The Boardwalk-The Drifters
Stand By Me – The Drifters
Miss Grace – The Tymes
Lets Stay Together- Al Green
Back to Louisiana- Delbert McClinton
Be Young Be Foolish- Tams
All Shook Up- Elvis Presley
I Saw the light – Todd Rundgren
Smoke of a Distant Fire-Sanford Townsend Band
It must be Love- Hardaway Connection
Crazy-Gnarles Barkley
With This Ring- The Platters
Sweet Home Chicago- Blues Brothers
Get Away Car- Hall & Oates
Rack Em Up- Johnny Lang
How Long- Ace
Hey There Lonely Girl- Eddie Holman/MR

Songs Recorded By The Mark Roberts Band
Lover Lover
Love me as hard as you hurt me
The best of my love
I saw the light
New Orleans Ladies
Don’t ever be lonely
All shook up
Fooled around and fell in love
The night Owls
Whatcha gonna do
Stand by me
You are the one for me – Mark Roberts (orig.)
Dixie Moon
You Make Me Smile – Terry Nash & Mark Roberts (orig.)
I’d Like To Make It With You
Put Your Records On – Mark Roberts (orig.)
Everything’s Gonna Be Alright – Mark Roberts (orig.)
The Way You Love Me – Mark Roberts (orig.)
Second Chance- MRB
Who’s Been Sleepin In My Bed- MRB
Unfair- MRB
Popular Dance ,Party, Rock,& Funk
Rubberband Man – The Spinners
Back In love Again- LTD
Boogie Shoes- KC & The Sunshine Band
I Wish- Stevie Wonder
Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough- Michael Jackson
Billy Jean- Michael Jackson
You Dropped a Bomb On Me- The Gap Band
Little Red Corvette- Prince
You’re The Only Woman – Ambrosia
Givin’ It Up For Your Love – Delbert McClinton
Matchbox – Jonny Lang
Back For A Taste Of Your Love – Jonny Lang
Rack’em Up – Jonny Lang
Smoke From A Distant Fire – Sanford Townsend Band
September – Earth, Wind, and Fire
I Like the Way You Move- Outkast/ Earth, Wind, and Fire version.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder
Get Ready – The Temptations
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Jessie’s Girl – Rick Springfield
Minute By Minute- Michael McDonald
Who’s That Lady- Isley Brothers
Shout – Isley Brothers
Wall to Wall- Vance Kelly
Get Down Tonight- KC and The Sunshine Band
Shake Your Booty- KC and The Sunshine Band
Super Freak- Rick James
Walk This Way- Aerosmith

Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Brick House – The Commodores
Celebration – Kool And the Gang
Ladies Night – Kool And the Gang
Disco Inferno – The Tramps

Anyway You Want It -Journey

Don’t Stop Believing’ – Journey

Walks Like A Lady- Journey

Separate Ways- Journey

Listen to the Music – Doobie Brothers

Takin it to the Street – Doobie Brothers

China Grove – Doobie Brothers

Mony Mony – Billy Idol

Word Up – Cameo

Da Butt- E.U.

Happy Anniversary – Little River Band
Lonesome Loser – Little River Band
Gimmie All Your Lovin – ZZ Top
Sharp Dress Man- ZZ Top
Tush- ZZ Top
Hard to Handle – Black Crows
Jump- Van Halen
Summer of 69- Brian Adams
It Cuts Like A Knife- Brian Adams
You Shook Me all night Long- AC/DC
Some Body like You- Keith Urban
Its Five Oclock Somewhere- Alan Jackson/ Jimmy Buffett
Shes Country- Jason Aldean
My Maria- Brooks and Dunn
The Broken Road- Rascal Flatts
Save A horse Ride A Cowboy- Big & Rich
Eight Second Ride-Jake Owen
Power of Love- Huey lewis
The Heart of Rock & Roll- Huey Lewis
Only the Good Die Young- Billy Joel

Slow
Hey There Lonely Girl – Eddie Holman/ Mark Roberts
New Orleans Lady – Louisiana LeRoux
Tell It Like It Is – Aaron Neville
I Cross My Heart – George Straight
Every Time You Go Away – Paul Young
Everybody Plays the Fool – Main Ingredient
Fooled Around and Fell In Love – Elvin Bishop
If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Harold Melvin
Have I Told You Lately – Eddie Cochran
Still Got The Blues- Gary Moore
Easy- Commodores
The Broken Road- Rascal Flatts
Desperado- Eagles
Faithfuly- Journey