South Florida Band Directory

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Mischief is the top Florida band playing Classic Rock, 80's Rock and modern party music - Current Hits, 80's dance, and rock cover songs.
Mischief packs both male and female lead vocals, keyboards, bass, electric guitar, drums, and backup vocalists into just five human beings to cover the most popular party hits. From modern pop/R&B/dance artists like Robin Thicke, Daft Punk, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5 to classics from Led Zeppelin, Styx, Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and Toto.

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Pandia is a hard-edged Cover band with electric live performances, raw energy and insane song selection that always brings the house down.  Influences include: Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, Pink, Maroon 5 and more.

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The Wildfire Band

The high energy Wildfire Band ( was formed in 2015 when the original bassist (Rich Velasquez), and the original guitarist (Nick Cucunato) retired from the Bluefire Band.  Founding member, Randi Fishenfeld (violinist), along with Michael Waxman (keyboards and vocals) and Jeff Lafferty (drums and percussion) knew that this musical union was far too special to disband.  Stevan Carter (guitar and vocals) and Albert Nigro (bass and vocals) were brought onboard to complete the powerful synergistic union of raw talent and passion that drives The Wildfire Band.

The Wildfire Band cannot be categorized or pigeon-holed into any one category.  The musicians play an eclectic mix of Blues, Classic Rock, Bluegrass, Gypsy melodies, Swing, Progressive Rock, and Southern Rock . . .  - all done in their very own signature “rockin” style.  If you are looking to see something truly unique and powerful that will absolutely lift your spirits, The Wildfire Band is a sure bet.

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The Living Daylights

Living Daylights is a four-piece band comprised of lead vocalist Chris Perez, guitarist Mike Haddox, bassist Andrew Musselman, and drummer Harry Brooklyn. This powerful group of veteran musicians bring their own individual musical backgrounds to create an aggressive yet soulful sound. They incorporate elements of funk, blues, pop and metal into each performance. While they are currently a highly accomplished cover band in South Florida , they are capitalizing on their stunning Sunfest 2013 performance by recording an EP with an anticipated fall 2013 release date.

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Double Back
Playing the best of the 80's cover songs.

Most 80's bands play the same songs and we do also but we also play songs that they don't and get great reactions from the audience like: "I've never heard other bands play those lost but great songs."

Sample Set List:

The one I love
wrap it up
just what I needed
wicked games/fight for your right Jessie's girl
dance Hall days
hard to handle
everybody wants to rule the world summer of 69
keep your hands to yourself
hungry like the wolf/legs
bad case of loving you
melt with you
rock the Casbah
you give love a bad name
Simply irresistible
two tickets to paradise
I want you to want me
cuts like a knife
should I stay or should I go
Stray cat strut
working for the weekend

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Front Street Band
Front Street Band plays your favorite Classic Rock & More

Front Street Band plays your favorite Classic Rock & More at events, parties, festivals, bars, restaurants and more.  . The musicians in Front Street Band are veterans of the South Florida live music scene and the band is a favorite for performing at charitable events and fundraisers such as Relay for Life, Sunshine Kids, Marisa's Way, AMVETS, Toys for Tots, and more.

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