Your Musical Rendezvous
With versatility and showmanship, Rendezvous' journeyman musicians will add a touch of class to your next event. Their musical range and abundant talent provide so many options to entertain any audience! Rendezvous was the featured band on New Year's Eve at Spirit Mountain Casino in 2011 and on the 2012 Portland Spirit New Year's Eve Cruise. We show our audiences a great time!
Start the evening off with quiet cocktail and dinner music while your guests mingle and enjoy dinner, then switch to great dance music from the swing era, golden age of classic rock or some classic rhythm and blues. These talented performers will entertain your guests for a memorable evening they won't soon forget.
Here is a sample of the music
we love to play:
- Swing Standards like In The Mood, Misty, Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Jump Jive and Wail.
- Classic Rock Hits of the 70s through the 90s—from the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Jerry Lee Lewis to Journey, Blondie, Bonnie Raitt.
- R&B, Soul and Disco favorites including The Supremes, Donna Summer, Temptations, the Pointer Sisters, and KC and the Sunshine band.
- Country Music favorites from Patsy Cline and Willie Nelson, right up to current country rock hits.
Rave Reviews for Rendezvous!
"Great job! We will definitely keep your band on file for future events."
— K. Baxter
Portland Spirit New Year's Eve 2012
"At our wedding reception in Lincoln City, Linda Lee's band was fabulous, and Linda is a great singer. Their sound was great - from jazz to rock, and they followed the mood of the crowd - more mellow music when people were talking, and then more upbeat music when people wanted to dance. An absolute pleasure to work with, and a great band!!"
— S.C., Portland, OR
"We appreciate that you played songs that kept people dancing to the very end of the evening. Thanks so much!"
Portland Rotary Christmas Party
"Thanks for providing the great dance music for our guests. The evening was perfect!"
Raphael House Auction
"I love the fact that you played quietly during dinner. We could talk and visit and didn't have to scream over the music."
Willamette Falls Medical Center