As the name suggests, The Groove Kings are the accomplished masters of danceable, popular, groove-oriented party music. From first note to last, their show is designed to thoroughly entertain you and your guests. Their musical repertoire ranges from popular rock n’ roll to classic R&B all designed to keep the dance party going.
Ever the consummate professionals, The Groove Kings know it's their job to entertain you and your guests by creating a party atmosphere and making your event an unqualified success. The members of The Groove Kings hail from legendary Bay Area bands such as Daddy-O, The Heartbeats and NiteCry. Each member is an accomplished showman and musician. Featuring soaring multi-part harmonies, virtuoso instrumental performances and taut arrangements, The Groove Kings never fail to satisfy their audience wherever they play.By encouraging audience participation, they make the crowd a part of the show. Experience the magic of The Groove Kings. Let them set the “groove” for your next special event, creating a night of memories and just plain good fun!!!
Whether it’s a popular Motown medley featuring “I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)”, Van Morrison’s ode to his “Brown Eyed Girl”, “Pick Up the Pieces” by the Average White Band, or the “Smooth” sounds of Santana, all the music is arranged and performed with the purpose of getting everyone on the dance floor, singing along and clapping their hands. Everyone will respond to Marvin Gaye’s suggestion, “Let’s Get it On”, a little slice of “Heaven” from Los Lonely Boys, or the O'Jays invitation to board the "Love Train". The Groove Kings honor successful Bay Area bands performing songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Tower of Power and The Doobie Brothers. The legends of rock and soul are featured as well including Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, The Temptations and The Beatles. Seventies disco favorites from KC and the Sunshine Band and Wild Cherry as well as some eighties "Philly Soul" will have everybody singing and dancing until the wee hours. Their ripping version of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Dance to the Music” pretty much states what The Groove Kings are all about.