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The St. Royals started as a single band, performing at corporate events and weddings in Toronto. We found our niche and developed our sound, and soon we had more performance requests than we could handle, with different clients asking for bookings on the same day. Since we can't be in two places at once, we did the next best thing - we cloned the St. Royals. We split…Continue
Posted on February 27, 2014 at 6:00pm
Club owners in the Entertainment District have been working on it for decades. Yet what is cool one year, becomes tired the next. So what makes a club good?
The answers are not surprising, however, this kind of insight can lead to an interesting perspective when planning a wedding or event of your own. According to the people I asked there are three main answers - in varying order but most commonly in the following…Continue
Posted on July 29, 2013 at 6:00pm
This is not about where you have to go to get a drink, but rather where is the bar in relation to the dance floor? It matters.
Whenever a bride-to-be or event planner we work with highlights how important it is to them that their guests will enjoy the party and dance, I ask them "Where's the bar?".
A pretty simple (yet easy to overlook) detail which can maximize the dance-potential of any wedding or event is to decide where the bar…Continue
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 12:00pm
Last time we spoke about some of the differences between a live band and a DJ. While a DJ offers great versatility at a lower cost than a live band, live bands offer excitement, entertainment and more energy than a DJ.
But every band is different, and discovering the kind and size of band that works best for you takes some knowledge, and…Continue
Posted on November 29, 2012 at 11:30am