CMP Live Show Producers
THE LONG RUN is made up of some of Florida’s finest and most respected musicians. Individual members of the band have performed with or shared the stage with great artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steppenwolf, Eddie Money, Beach Boys, .38 Special, Doobie Brothers, Trace Adkins…just to name a few.
THE LONG RUN reproduces the sound that made the Eagles one of the most successful musical groups in rock and roll history. They capture the energy, guitar technique and vocal harmonies of the Eagles to an art; five voices blending together that will please even the most critical of Eagles fans.
Welcome to The Rocket Man Show -A fantastic tribute to Elton John, currently featured in Elton's 'Farewell Yellow Brick Road' world tour, ‘Clash Of The Cover Bands' on E! & now in the metaverse as Elton John on Roblox!
This is Elton! Crash land into your seat with The Rocket Man Show, starring Scotsman Rus Anderson - Elton John's official 70’s body double as featured in the ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ world tour promo videos and photos. Chosen by the man himself, Rus’ performance pilots a night of Elton’s greatest hits, gorgeous costumes and fierce piano playing.
Currently featured on E!’s ‘Clash of the Cover Bands’, Rus’ portrayal of Elton has been described as “Amazing” by Jimmy Fallon and “Phenomenal” by Queen’s Adam Lambert.
The Rocket Man Show has quickly joined the list of must-see tickets in town and is perhaps summed up best by ‘All About That Bass’ megastar Meghan Trainor who claims “You IS Elton!”
It’s one small step for man… one giant leap for Elton John Fans.
“Amazing!” - Jimmy Fallon, E!
“Phenomenal!” - Adam Lambert, Queen
“You IS Elton!!” - Meghan Trainor
The POWER OF LOVE is a group of masterful, extremely talented musicians performing the greatest hits of one of the most beloved and iconic acts in music history.
The POWER OF LOVE front-man has traveled the world honoring his craft working with some of the greatest rock and rollers ever: Chubby Checker, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fats Domino, Little Richard, Bo Diddley and dozens more!
The POWER OF LOVE will have you on your feet or dancin’ in your seat. If you love the timeless hits of Huey Lewis and the News: The Heart of Rock & Roll, Hip To Be Square, The power of Love, Workin’ for a Livin’, Back in Time, Do you Believe in Love and more, the POWER OF LOVE band will have you movin’ and groovin’.
KISS' career has now spanned 50 years...daring, reaching, uncompromising and evolving to be who they are writing their own story in rock history. That story has many pages and chapters to which fans around the world have rallied and cited as the soundtrack to their own lives, including the four of us.
MR.SPEED is writing yet another chapter in its story as well introducing a new character after two and a half decades by unveiling "The Fox" Eric Carr on the drums. We have always done what we've wanted to do, ignoring popular opinion and giving the fans what we ourselves expect from a KISS style show to the best of our abilities.
Like KISS we are not afraid of change or taking risks and most certainly shying away from giving our very best. Doing the same thing year after year is not appealing to us as a band and as fans and we're excited about the double-bass rhythm that will now be driving the collection of KISS classics that we perform live which will enable us to share a seldom seen era of the band to KISS fans the world over.
With the utmost respect we thank KISS. For creating something that gave us a purpose as individuals and for allowing us to share it with others as a KISS Tribute Band and in some small way acknowledging that our imitation is meant from the heart and that we're honored to stand in their shadow.
The Tikis’ image was one of a “beach band,” although they were really a group of musicians from Birmingham, Alabama. Billy Self, Clyde Masters, Hayes Hopper, and Len Wade were part of the Bobby Mizzell Soultet. They also played gigs on their own along the Florida panhandle and into Mobile. In 1962, after deciding to form their own group, they picked the name “The Tikis” to fit their beach band image. Soon after that Phillip “Scotty” Scott joined the group and “Len Wade & The Tikis” were ready to rock.
They continued to tour the Mobile and Ft. Walton area and settled in as the house band at The Club Lido in Ft. Walton. With Billy Self on drums, Clyde Masters on bass, Hayes Hopper on sax, Phillip Scott on trumpet and Len Wade doing the bluesy piano and vocals, they combined tight dance routines and horn lines and became a beach version of The Mar-Keys.With their high octane R&B delivery and the “big finish”, they were bringing the house down nightly.