The Company Men: America's First Mashup Group
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The last date listed for The Company Men was Monday February 24, 2014 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 7:00pm).
Currently at Rockwell: Table & Stage
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One of the funniest commentaries on high school life to ever hit the big screen comes to Rockwell… More
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As America’s First Mash-up Group, the Company Men bring together a unique blend of talent, personality and showmanship that harkens back to an earlier era, while pushing the boundaries of today’s current sound. This “Modern Day Rat Pack” has shared the stage with Natalie Cole, Chaka Khan, Jesse Campbell (The Voice_) and LaToya London (_American Idol). They have performed for music legends Quincy Jones and Berry Gordy and have been featured nationwide in numerous television, radio, magazine, and online spots. They have enjoyed a recurring residency at Hollywood’s iconic Key Club, a performance at the 2013 Red Dress Awards at Jazz at Lincoln Center, and headlining concerts at various casinos throughout the U.S.
Daniel Tatar, Shawn Perucca, Stuart Ambrose and Brian Purcell have put aside their 9-to-5 jobs to create a truly unique musical experience: Timeless Music from the Past Six Decades Mashed With Today’s Hits. Audiences have enthusiastically responded, as these modern gentlemen piece together cherished fragments of the past and present before translating them into fresh tunes packed with a rich new flavor and smooth choreography. As the Company Men grace the stage in their immaculately tailored suits and sleek hairstyles, they reestablish the values of a classic American gentleman and pair it with rare charm and magnetic qualities.
Interweaving the hits from multiple genres such as Motown, rock, pop and today’s Top 40, their repertoire appeals to all generations. Hear the Four Tops mixed with Michael Jackson, The Temptations layered with Katy Perry and The Police, or Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers mashed with Bruno Mars and Beyoncé. This collection of music includes a multitude of yesterday’s and today’s most popular artists, including The Righteous Brothers, Ben E. King, Michael Bublé, Maroon 5 and more.