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.
The American bass guitarist Michael Henderson was born in 1951. Best known for his work in the 1970’s alongside such notable performers as Stevie Wonder and Miles Davis, Henderson has grown to become one of the most influential soul and jazz guitarists of the modern era. Henderson’s big breakthrough cam in early 1970 when he began touring with Stevie Wonder. A chance meeting with Miles Davis while on tour for Wonder led to his decade-long collaborat...Michael Henderson Bio Continue
Michael McDonald is known for his soulful voice and his contributions to the Doobie Brothers during their most successful recording period. His style brought “Taking it to the Streets” and “What a Fool Believes” to the band, but by 1982 Michael McDonald was ready for a solo career. If That’s What it Takes, Michael McDonald’s debut, was released in 1982. The hit single “I Keep Forgetting,” which found itsel...Michael McDonald Bio Continue
Mick Fleetwood was born in 1947 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. As a child, he frequently moved, since his father was a pilot in the Royal Air Force. Mick lived in exotic locations such as Egypt and Norway, but he struggled with his education, eventually dropping out of school at the age of fifteen. He moved to London to pursue his dream of becoming a drummer. Mick’s career in music began with Peter Bardens, a keyboard player, offered him a job with the band The Cheynes. Al...Mick Fleetwood Bio Continue
The American R&B singer and songwriter Marques Barrett Houston was born in 1981 in Los Angeles, California. Before Marques rose to fame as a solo artist, he was a member of the group IMx, until in 2003 he launched his career as a solo artist. Prior to that, Houston also appeared in the role of Roger Evans on the television show Sister, Sister. With IMx, Marques Houston released the albums Introducing IMx (1999) and IMx (2001), and as a group they appeared on television...Mighty Clouds of Joy Bio Continue
American R&B singer Millie Jackson was born in 1944 in Thomson, Georgia. Long before Jackson scored her first hits in the 1970’s, she grew up in New York tri-state area, living in New Jersey and Brooklyn during most of her formative years. In the mid 1960’s, Millie’s vocal talents led her family and friends to encourage her to enter a series of talent contests in various clubs around the city. To her surprise, she began to win many of them, eventually garnering the at...Millie Jackson Bio Continue
Nancy Wilson was born in 1937 in Chillicothe, Ohio. She grew up in a household of six children, and as a young girl Nancy was highly influenced by the music her father used to play in the home, which included Nat Cole, Ruth Brown, and Jimmy Scott. Before she began elementary school, Nancy knew that she wished to pursue music as a career, and she began singing and performing. By the time she was a teenager, Wilson was performing at local clubs and high schools, until an audition earned her ...Nancy Wilson Bio Continue
For over twenty-five years, Neil Diamond has enjoyed an impressive career as songwriter and singer, his popularity withstanding the drastic change in music over the decades. Neil Diamond was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, and attended New York University for a short while after his high school graduation. He signed with Bang Records in 1965, while still working as a songwriter. In 1966, The Monkees took his song “I’m a Believer” to the top of the charts...Neil Diamond Bio Continue
Neil Young was born in 1945 in Canada, and began performing music while still a young man living in Canada. He moved to California in the mid-1960’s, and along with Stephen Stills and Richie Furay, founded the band Buffalo Springfield in 1966. After two years, Young left the band and began a solo career, establishing himself as one of the most iconic singers of his generation. Neil Young, the debut album, was released in 1969. He shortly thereafter established the band Crazy Ho...Neil Young Bio Continue
Nile Rodgers’ introduction to the music world began when he started learning guitar as a child, and before he was twenty years old he was working for Sesame Street and performing regularly at the Apollo Theater with its house band. The experiences brought the young Rodgers in contact with some of the industry’s greatest musicians, including Aretha Franklin, The Cadillacs, and Ben E. King. But Nile Rodgers had aspirations for a career and a band of his own. He joined ...Nile Rodgers Bio Continue
The American jazz musician Norman Connors was born in 1947 In New York. Connors began studying drums as a child, eventually going on to study music at Temple University and later at the prestigious Julliard school in New York. In the late 1960’s, Norman began performing as a studio and touring musician, working for other artists, until in 1972 he signed with Cobblestone Records and began performing and recording as a bandleader. By the mid 1970’s, N...Norman Connors Bio Continue
Four-time Grammy award winner Olivia Newton-John is perhaps best known for her role as Sandy, opposite John Travolta, in the feature film Grease, which boasts one of the most successful film soundtracks ever. “You’re the One That I Want,” “Hopelessly Devoted to You” and “Summer Nights” from the Grease soundtrack all became Top 5 singles for Olivia Newton-John. With more than 100 million albums sold, Olivia Newton-John has amassed ten No. 1 hits, in...Olivia Newton-John Bio Continue
Otis Day and the Knights began under the most unusual circumstances; the band was created specifically to perform in the 1978 film Animal House. Years later, the band has made the journey from fiction to fact, embarking on a real-life music career following the remarkable success of the film and their performance. Otis Day and the Knights performed the song “Shout,” originally written by the Isley Brothers, during a party scene in the film. When casting began f...Otis Day And The Knights 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