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SATIN LOVE ORCHESTRA has been playing sold out shows since the late 1997, SLO has never lost it’s loyal following of disco/dance fans. Their eclectic mix of hard-driving dance hits has included hits from Earth Wind and Fire, The Bee Gees, KC and the Sunshine Band, and other legends of the 70’s and 80’s. From the beginning SLO has enjoyed being booked to headline events including the Fort Vancouver Freedom Festival, Eugene Celebration, Bite of Salem, and Art and the Vineyard. The Eugene based, 11 member disco/funk group packs every show with as much adrenaline as any party animal can stand, and their appearance features a metallic 70’s inspired wardrobe with no flare to spare. From their first performance at Eugene’s Wild Duck Brewery, it was clear that SLO was no ordinary band. They often make their entrance in a white stretch limousine, which drove through a side access and right onto the dance floor, bathed in a swirl of disco lights. This bit has become the bands’ well-known trademark, and the crowd eats it up. When the music starts, it’s no question of whether the music will sound as quality as they look. Full of serious gigging musicians, SLO loves to bring the funk right. Their sound is anchored by the fabulous voice of singer Matthew Love, rising above thick, jammin’ dance grooves with an unending energy. Female vocalists Shelley James and Rica Wright help Matt create a power trio of vocals. Together the three leads belt out 3 part harmonies with remarkable clarity. Mr. CCman who plays bass, thrills the crowd with dance moves and great groove. Guitarist, Joey Captain Crunch, nails all of the famous guitar parts, and at times steers his sound away from traditional toward his signature blazing “groovy metal” sound. It is quite unreal. Keyboardist Owen Wright adds additional vocal harmonies and perfect keyboard rhythms. Horn players, Ross Warren, Ryan Warren and Dana Heitman, deliver sweet bursts of brass, reminiscent of the disco era, while veteran original band drummer, Jason “Wonder”Palmer, and percussionist Daren Kromarek, round out SLO’s polished rhythm section. Some of SLO’s memorable shows include numerous years at Emerald Park, fundraisers for the Child Center, American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity. Venues include the Wild Duck Music Hall, The Filbert Fest, Valley River Inn new Year’s Eve, Art in the Vineyard, Lane County Fair, Habitat for Humanity, C.O.B.R.A., Oregon Country Fair, and the Las Vegas Hilton. For Booking contact: email@example.com