​Though Joe Bataan was neither the first nor only artist to combine doo-wop-style singing with Latin rhythms, his talent for it drew the attention ofFania Records. After signing with them in 1966, Bataan released "Gypsy Woman" in 1967 (the title track is a Latin dance cover of "Gypsy Woman" by The Impressions). He would, in full, release eight original titles for Fania which included the gold-selling Riot!. These albums often mixed energetic Latin dance songs, sung in Spanish, with slower, English-language soul ballads sung by Bataan himself. As a vocalist, Bataan's fame in the Latin music scene at the time was only rivaled by Ralfi Pagan.

Cristina Fontanelli — has appearances on TV, radio, in concert, nightclubs, and opera, and through her acting debut on network television.  [Tony Bennett and Crisitina Fontanelli] She has appeared as PBS-TV/NY affiliateshost for Andrea Bocelli’s “Live From Central Park” also starring Celine Dion and Tony Bennett; for the “Il Volo Takes Flight” special; Vienna Boys Choir and Qi Gong PBS-TV Specials.  In November of 2014 Cristina was chosen by the Italian government as a world-wide representative of the Puglia region to sing in Bari, Italy.  She is the “voice of Domino’s Pizza” on their national radio commercial, the voice of “Nonna” onPBS-TV Chef Lidia Bastianich’s Christmas special (in over 300 PBS outlets across the U.S.) and has appeared on CBS Weekend NY in interview/performance/co-hosting roles for the past 2 years.  Cristina’s beautiful soprano voice has taken her to theWhite House as part of President Clinton’s holiday celebration and Cristina was invited to open the ceremonies at theStars and Stripes Inaugural Ball for President George W. Bush.  This following her “Lifetime Achievement Award in the Arts” from the Order Sons of Italy in America (previous honorees includeLuciano Pavarotti).  

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World Famous Santa Claus (Real Name) is mostly booked for Nov and Dec but he has very few open dates. If you want to book him contact us ASAP before it's to late. We will contact him.

​Ambar Ferrari has been voted the best band on Long Island a few years in a row. She's up for it again this year

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Etcetera is Grammy certified music recording artist and entrepreneur who's more than a name but the definition of his brand; and a martyr of his musical genre.

Don Thomas, one of the drifters who replaced Charlie Thomas back in 1964 when the group was going through many changes, but now he"s back . so take look at him perform one of the drifters hits up on the roof.

This video/Short was shot in Times Square and Central Park. It was written, directed, edited by Xiomara Medina who also plays the secretary. Xiomara Medina is an artist herself with two albums out on itunes "Temperatures of my Life" an "So Alive.

Tina DeCara, a native of Long Island, New York. She's a rising star who's working with Randy Jackson and will be going to Amsterdam soon

Dino and Friendsare Impersonators

Robert Cabella as Dean Martin 
Angelo Capone as Jerry Lewis 
Mr Hollywood as Elvis 
Frank Frizalone as Frank Sinatra 

Jerome "City" Smithis the C.E.O./ Director of Musical Events/Band Leader at City Sounds Music. He is  Drummer/Recording Artist/Actor/Bassist

Kelsey Coan is a Country singer / songwriter / actress from South Jersey. She is best known for her single, "Something to Stand For".

Jayquan is Latin/American artist currently pursuing his solo career. He recently recorded a remake of 1984 dance hit, “If this ain’t love.” 

Tito Puente, Jr., is a bandleader. He is the son of legendary mambo musician Tito Puente

Killer Joe and the Lido Soul Revue have been described by many as the most energetic rock `n' roll, blues `n' soul band around. 

The Tee-Tonesare NYC's own soulful a cappella singing group, specializing in sweet, soulful group harmony and passionate vocal performances of classic sounds from the Doowop and Motown eras.

The Paragons were a classy Brooklyn harmony quintet who combined doo wop vocals with refined rock & roll backing to produce several interesting singles at the end of the 1950s.

The Chords were a 1950s American doo-wop group, that is best known for their hit, "Sh-Boom".

The Limelites was an American doo-wop group of the early 1960s, best known for their 1961 hit recording, "Daddy's Home"

Anayka is a singer, songwriter and dancer known for her hit "RICA and APRETADITA" which toured the Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden among other well known venues.

Zayra Enid Alvarez Dones is a Puerto Rican born singer and musician, currently based in Texas.

The Delfonics are a pioneering Philadelphia soul singing group, popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Their most notable hits include "La-La (Means I Love You)", and  "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)"

Robert Pou aka Blue Eyed Persuasion is a blues guitarist, songwriter and composer of hits singles such as "Blue Eyed Persuasion", This Blues Guitar and "Mi Viejo"