Z Street Speakeasy Band has a new Gatsby Roadster for upcoming Gatsby, Jazz, Speakeasy and Roaring 20s events. Their stunning antique roadster, Rosebud is available for events and even has an onboard PA system. The antique auto can be used as a centerpiece, parked outside of the venue, or the band can perform around it, as it has an onboard sound system. The Z street Speakeasy Band is available from duo to 8 pieces and is fully insured. Rosebud is named after vocalist, Kathy's favorite movie, Citizen Kane.
Z Street Speakeasy Band plays Gatsby, Swing and Roaring Twenties hits for galas and corporate events.
The Z Street Speakeasy Band has been getting their Gatsby on for corporate events, galas, and private parties in Orlando, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Ybor City, Palm Beach, throughout Florida and beyond. The band provides world class entertainment with their signature sound and style. The band has the unique ability to be able to transition from the hits of the 20's, 30's, and 40's into more current music, always packing the dance floor. The band is available from 3 - 12 pieces. The Z Street Speakeasy Band is looking forward to the upcoming holiday season's events, with their vast array of holiday songs and arrangements as well. If you're looking for holiday entertainment, look no further than the Z Street Speakeasy Band. Their calendar is filling up quickly so inquire today.
Z Street Speakeasy Band, Gatsby, Speakeasy and Vintage Band Orlando, Tampa, Sarasota, St. Petersburg and beyond
The Z Street Speakeasy Band performs Gatsby, Vintage, Speakeasy, Roaring Twenties music and has the unique ability to transition into music from the 70's, 80's, 90's and current hits as the night progresses. They can play vintage music all night long if requested, but in most cases, after the second set of music, guests are ready to kick it up a notch. That was the case on June 18, when the Z Street Speakeasy Band packed the dance floor after two sets of vintage music for a corporate event. Here are some pictures of the event that had the guests up and dancing, and remarking that it was the best band they'd ever heard.