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5 Guys Named Moe
Aaron Meyer
Adam The Great
Alex Zerbe
Alfredo Muro
Andy Stokes
Ariel Consort
A-WOL Dance Collective
Big Night Out
Bill Hayes
Bobby Medina & the
    Red Hot Band

Bobby Torres Ensemble
The Bureau of Standards
Catch A Wave
Chris Baum Project
Chris Loid
Clarolyn Maier
Country Rock Association
Coyote Creek
Curtis Salgado
Dan Balmer
Dance Hall Days
Dance Heads
Dance Machine
Dance West
Darren Johnson
Dave Charvet
Dennis Costi
Don Jansen
Don Latarski
Dwight Slade
Ellen Whyte
Ellen, Gene and Jean
Fabulous Essentials
Freddy Pink Band
George Cole Quintet
Global FM
Gretchen Mitchell Band
Heather Pearl
Heidi Thompson as Cher
High Street
Hit Machine
Jacob Merlin
Jass Two Plus One
Jeff and Rhiannon Show
Jerry Harris
Joe Stoddard
Johnny Limbo & the Lugnuts
Johnny Martin
Judy Norton
Karen as Marilyn
Kathy Walker
Keegan Smith
Kermet Apio
Key Of Dreams
Kit Taylor
Linda Hornbuckle
Linda Lee Michelet Big Band
Lions of Batacuda
Louise Duart
Lloyd Jones
Matt Baker
Maureen Love
Melegari Chamber Players
Melody Guy
Michael Allen Harrison
Michael John
Misty Mamas
Murray Hatfield & Teresa
Nicole Campbell
Power of 10
Radical Revolution
River City Ramblers
Rocket 88
Ron Stubbs
Sally Harmon
Satin Love Orchestra
Shawn Farquhar
Shoshana Bean
Shwing Daddies
Smith and Hayes
Sonic Funk Orchestra
Soul Vaccination
Stan Davis
Stephanie Schneiderman
Stone In Love
Susan Rice
Swing D.C.
Tall Jazz
Todd Haaby
Tony Pacini
Those Darn Accordions
Tom Grant
Toque Libre
Trail Band
Ty Curtis
Type A
Valerie Day
Wacky Waiter

Satin Love Orchestra

Admirers are growing by leaps and bounds, and the chatter is escalating to a roar: "You've got to see Satin Love Orchestra!" The Eugene based, nine-member disco/funk group packs every show with as much adrenaline as any party animal can stand, and their vibrant, 70's inspired appearance is nothing short of stunning.

From SLO's maiden performance at Eugene Oregon's Wild Duck Brewery, it was clear that this was no ordinary band. They made their entrance in a white stretch limousine which drove through a garage door and right onto the dance floor, bathed in a swirl of disco lights. This stunt has become the band's famous trademark, and the crowd loves it.

SLO's intoxicating sound is anchored by the stratospheric vocals of Lead Singer Matthew Love, whose stellar pipes rise above thick, pumping dance grooves with boundless energy and clarity. Bandleader and keyboardist Regis Funk adds additional vocal harmonies and groovy keyboard rhythms. Percussionist and third frontman Rich Sellars adds the third harmony, and a strong additional lead vocal. Together, the three singers belt out 3-part harmonies with remarkable clarity and intonation in a register usually reserved for the Bee Gees. This truly sets SLO's act apart from other regional acts. Meanwhile, a heavy driving dance groove backs them up, sending the audience into a frenzied uproar. Guitarist Joe Weber steers the band's sound away from traditional 70's disco and toward a modernized, aggressive alternative direction. Trumpet player Timothy Clarke, Alto saxophonist Ross Warren, and trombonist John MacDonald, deliver sweet bursts of funkified brass reminiscent of the disco era, while veteran drummer, Jason Palmer, and bassist Rica Wright, round out SLO's polished rhythm section.

Today SLO regularly entertains packed audiences at local and regional venues such as the Wild Duck Brewery, McDonald Theatre and the Eugene Hilton Ballroom. They have an original CD entitled "Love O'Clock," which features 12 all-original disco and R&B tunes. .

Some of the nice folks we've entertained:

Sony Disc Manufacturing
Red Cross
U of O Alumni Association
Dynamix, Inc.

Events and Festivals we've headlined:

Munch-N-Music, Bend
Eugene Celebration
Springfield Filbert Festival
Salem Bite
Fat Tuesday, Lotus, Portland
Party In The Park