Event agency

  • December 14, 2020

Are you going to organize a party at the company soon? Then we can certainly help you. As a full-service event agency we specialize in the creation, organization and implementation of parties and celebrations for the business community. From staff parties to jubilee parties and from open days to family days.

DJ booking for your wedding

Hire wedding dj? We have a wide range of DJs who can mix and match images with style. But of course mixing isn’t the only thing a DJ does, feeling the audience and choosing the right records is what makes the atmosphere. By hiring a DJ you know the atmosphere will be fine.

More and more electronic music is being produced on stage, which is why we also include DJs under ‘live’. A DJ is generally flexible in what genre he or she spins, but of course every DJ has a specialty. Depending on the ambiance you are looking for, there is a wide choice of DJs that can be hired for different situations.

When booking a DJ it is important to make arrangements about the equipment that will be brought along. It is also wise to take into account the length of the evening when booking.

Renting bands

For the quieter occasions such as Living Room Concerts or Receptions semi-acoustic bands are a tried and tested concept to hire. We offer a wide range of live music that is quiet; nice to listen to; and can function both in the foreground and in the background.

For an intimate setting, booking a singer or singer is an appropriate choice because they know how to entertain the guests flawlessly. For concerts in a living room you can choose from very talented singer-songwriters and small band formations.

For ceremonies you can consider hiring a singer accompanied by a small unamplified formation. But a classical ensemble, a choir or quiet folk band books can also be a nice change for between the speakers.

Choose for coverband booking!

Willie Nelson Announces New Frank Sinatra Covers Album That’s Life

  • September 18, 2020

Willie Nelson has announced a new album of Frank Sinatra covers: That’s Life arrives on February 26, 2021 (via Legacy Recordings). It’s Nelson’s second record of Sinatra standards, following 2018’s My Way. The album is also Nelson’s follow-up to this year’s First Rose of Spring. Below, listen to Willie Nelson’s take on “A Cottage for Sale,” a song penned by Willard Robinson and Larry Conley that Frank Sinatra sang on his 1959 album No One Cares.

Buddy Cannon and Matt Rollings produced That’s Life, which was recorded at Hollywood’s Capitol Studios, with additional recording at Austin, Texas’ Pedernales Studios.

Read Pitchfork’s Sunday Review of Willie Nelson’s Red Headed Stranger.

Rick Rubin Court Date Set for COVID-19 Quarantine Violation

  • May 18, 2020

Rick Rubin is heading to court in February for charges stemming from an alleged violation of quarantine in Hawaii, local news outlet The Garden Island reports. Rubin was reportedly cited in September for walking along an empty area of Anini Beach, near his lodging location in Princeville on the island of Kauai, in violation of the island’s mandatory two-week quarantine period for off-island visitors.

The court date, where Rick Rubin will enter his plea, is set for February 9, 2021, a spokesperson for the Hawaii State Judiciary confirmed to Pitchfork. According to The Garden Island, it’s unclear if the music producer will be required to physically appear in court.

Pitchfork has reached out to representatives for Rick Rubin for comment and information.

Lil Wayne Pleads Guilty to Federal Weapons Charge

  • January 18, 2020

Lil Wayne has pled guilty to one count of illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon, as TMZ reports and the Department of Justice confirms. The original charge stemmed from a December 2019 incident, in which authorities searched Wayne’s private plane upon its arrival at Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport and discovered that he was transporting a gold-plated handgun in his luggage.

Wayne’s sentencing hearing is scheduled for January 28, 2020. The charge he’s pled guilty to carries a maximum federal prison sentence of 10 years.

Pitchfork has reached out to Lil Wayne’s representative and attorney Howard Srebnick for comment and more information.