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Oracle is an exciting and diverse variety band performing dance music from the 40s through the most current hits of today. A kickin 6 piece band, the group's sound is kept quite full through the use of technology. This gives the band the advantage of having a sound as big and full as that of a 10-15 piece group, yet we can fit on any stage and in almost any size room, and don't come with the price tag of a 10 or 15 piece band.

A full stage light show compliments the band's sound, keeping the energy levels high.

In addition to concerts, bull roasts and nightclubs the band performs for many weddings, holiday parties, birthdays, yacht clubs, and private parties all along the east coast. However, this is NOT your typical "wedding band". Oracle brings a level of energy, enthusiasm, and excitement to your function that you just can't get from some of your typical wedding bands.

Oracle maintains a very full public performance schedule so prospective clients can come out and check out the band in front of a live audience instead of having to rely on studio made videotapes that may or may not represent what the band is really like.

Our website has not only the usual Biographies, Songlists, and Performance Schedule, but also a host of other things, such as a Message Board, lyrics to most of the 500+ songs we play, and the ability to suggest songs that you think the band should learn.

We also invite folks who are on Facebook to visit our FaceBook Page and join in the fun over there.

It also hosts a great deal of wedding information and links for those that are looking to get married and are in search of additional information on vendors, sites, and general information.

You can also listen to over 100 sound clips, (MP3 or RealAudio) of the band performing live recordings made directly off the mixing board without any remixing or overdubbing. We're proud of our sound and we think you'll hear the difference.


Saturday, March 31, 2018