What style of music would you think that the Suzie Q Dance band doesn't perform?
With 70 plus corporate events each year along with several weddings and gala parties, you would think that they cover just about every kind of music.
As the premier professional entertainers based in the Bow Valley, Suzie Q performs for over 35,000 corporate visitors annually, as well as various private events such as weddings, fundraisers and themed parties. The band was for twelve years, the featured entertainment at the annual New Years Gala at the Rimrock Resort in Banff. And, they also find time to travel to events throughout western Canada and the U.S.
With a working repertoire of over 400 songs, Suzie Q performs the popular "HITS" taken from the musical soundtrack of our lives. You'll hear classic pop, rock and country tunes along with some "standards" from popular musicals and movies.
The bands high energy show is complimented by a professional sound and lighting system.
So, what style of music will you NOT hear Suzie Q perform? Classical music. They love the classics but do not perform this style. They stick to what they do BEST. Providing the finest entertainment your event has ever had. If you have not yet heard Suzie Q perform live, you'll want to invite them to your next event.
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