The Most Trusted Agency On The Web For Booking Big Name Entertainment Since 1996...
BookingEntertainment.com can act as your personal booking agency to book 70's artists, bands, musicians and entertainers for your corporate event, private party, birthday party, fundraiser, college, fair or festival.
Find a specific artist, actor, celebrity, band, soloist, ensemble, DJ, or variety entertainer by decade.
American singer Gwen McCrae was born in 1943 in Pensacola, Florida. McCrae rose to prominence in the mid 1970’s for such hits as “Rockin’ Chair,” but long before that she grew up singing in local clubs and bars as a teenager. In the early 1960’s, Gwen was offered her first solo recording deal, and she debuted on the music scene with the song “Lead Me On,” a cover of the ...Gwen McCrae Bio Continue
Daryl Hall and John Oates meet at Temple University in the late 1960’s and from 1972 until the present day they have enjoyed a steady stream of popularity and success in the music industry, including having earned the distinctive recognition as the most successful musical duo in rock history. Hall & Oates first gained success with Hall and Oates, released in 1975. Their second release, Abandoned Luncheonette, included the hit single "She's Go...Hall & Oates Bio Continue
The American rock band Heart was established in the late 1960’s by founding members and sisters Nancy Wilson and Ann Wilson. The group experienced its initial early success while living in Canada and performing around the Vancouver area and distributing demo tapes to various labels. Heart’s debut album, Dreamboat Annie, was released in 1976 and earned the group their first reco...Heart Bio Continue
Herbie Hancock was born in 1940 in Chicago. Young Herbie began studying classical music when he was only seven, and he very quickly mastered the most complicated piano pieces, even performing Mozart’s Piano Concert No. 5 at the age of eleven. Around the same time, Hancock began to develop an appreciation for jazz music, and by the time he entered college, he was pursuing his studies in the genre full-time. In the early 1960’s, Herbie Hancock became the pianist for Mi...Herbie Hancock Bio Continue
The R&B and gospel singer Howard Hewett was born in 1955 in Ohio, but moved to California in the mid 1970’s. While in California, Hewett became friends with musicians Jody Watley and Jeffrey Daniel, of the group Shalamar. When the group found itself in need of a lead singer in 1979, Daniel contacted Hewett to fill the position, and so for the next six years Hewett served as lead singer for Shalamar. With Shalamar, Howard Hewett gave audiences some of the biggest R&...Howard Hewett Bio Continue
The English musician Ian Hunter was born in 1939 and grew up in Shrewsbury. Long before Hunter rose to fame as the front man for the rock band Mott the Hoople in the early 1970’s, he worked as a songwriter and musician. After a chance meeting with members of the Apex Group, Hunter moved to Northampton and joined the group as the band’s guitarist. He remained with the band only until the early 1960’s, but the experience was integral in setting the stage for his career to c...Ian Hunter Bio Continue
Iggy Pop was born James Newell Osterberg in 1947 in Michigan. As a young man, Osterberg played around the Ann Arbor area with local bands before moving to Chicago to study the blues in greater depth. In Chicago, he chose blues clubs for his outlet, and met up with Sam Lay, Ron Asheton, Dave Alexander, and Scott Asheton. Together they formed the Psychedelic Stooges and Osterberg began calling himself Iggy. The Psychedelic Stooges debuted on 1967, to the shock of the audience as t...Iggy Pop Bio Continue
The soul singer Irma Thomas was born in 1941 in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. Long before Thomas won her first Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2007, she had spent nearly fifty years performing as one of the era’s most talented, if unappreciated, performers. Irma began singing as a teenager in her local church choir, eventually landing a deal with a local New Orleans label. Her debut single, “(You Can Have My Husband But) Don’t Mess with My Man” experienced sig...Irma Thomas Bio Continue
James “JT” Taylor was born in 1953 in New Jersey. JT’s first foray into the music world was when he and his friends formed their own band when he was thirteen, although he found much greater success after joining Kool & the Gang in 1978. Within a year, Taylor was serving as the band’s lead singer and played an instrumental role in bringing them into the 1980’s, where Kool & the Gang enjoyed their greatest period of success. With Kool &...J.T. Taylor (The Voice Of Kool & The Gang) Bio Continue
Jackie Mason was born in 1931 and grew up in New York City. Although by the time he was in his late 1920’s, he was already launching his comedy and acting career, his first aspiration was to become a rabbi; after graduating from the City College of New York, he was ordained, but resigned three years later. Mason’s career as a comedian began first began with stand-up in hotels and other venues, and by the 1960’s, Jackie was performing on the Ed Sullivan Sh...Jackie Mason Bio Continue
Jackson Browne built a steady fan base and notable recognition with his first four albums. With his defining album, The Pretender, in 1976, Jackson Browne’s sound became iconic for the music emerging from California in the 1970’s. Jackson Brown, released in 1972, launched “Doctor My Eyes” as Brown’s first Top Ten hit. That same year, the single “Take it Easy,” co-written with Glenn Frey, became the Eagle’s breakth...Jackson Browne Bio Continue
The iconic American actor James Caan was born in 1940 in the Bronx, New York. Young James grew up in a working class family in Queens, and attended Hofstra University in the 1960’s, at the same time as Francis Ford Coppola. During his time in college, Caan became fascinated with acting as a profession and so he switched to studying theater at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater in New York City. After five years of study, James Caan began to garner roles on the New York stag...James Cann Bio Continue
Fill out the form below and your assigned agent will contact you quickly to see how BookingEntertainment can best serve you and your clients.
This non-obligatory and confidential form was created for our booking agents to get a clear understanding of who you would like to book as well as your proposed date, budget, and venue.
Our 20 years of agency / management relationships help you get the best possible price and ensures that your talent buying experience is handled with honesty and integrity. You can also talk to us about producing the entire musical portion of the event for one flat fee with no surprises...
Want to talk about your event now? Give us a call at (212) 645-0555 and one of our booking agents will be happy to help you immediately.
Our office is staffed from 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM EST, Monday - Friday.
ABOUT TRUST ONLINE