Nationally touring party band with over 200+ popular covers spanning a variety of genres and decades (1960s-2019)
People Who Could Fly is Arizona's premium Top 40 party band. The band has played with: Rick Springfield, Weezer, The Commodores, Wiz Khalifa, and many more.
View a partial song list here:
Enjoy a wide variety of music including modern hits (Lumineers, Chainsmokers), 80's (Duran Duran), 90's (Sublime) and Oldies (Johnny Cash, Beatles)
With more than 75,000 monthly Spotify listeners in 64 countries, and clean lyrics / content, the band has wide appeal to audiences of varied musical tastes.
What to Expect
Professionalism at its best. Fast, reliable communication, and fast, reliable service.
People Who Could Fly always arrives early to events, and brings state-of-the-art equipment for a seamless and stunning performance.
Song requests are welcome, and clients are able to use our sound system for announcements, speeches, slideshows etc.
People Who Could Fly has played with Rick Springfield, Weezer, Fitz & the Tantrums, G-Eazy, Death Cab for Cutie, X Ambassadors, SXSW, Van's Warped Tour, Wiz Khalifa, and more.https://www.gigsalad.com/promokit/edit/general
Additional Booking Notes
We are capable of bringing everything needed except a stage and lights, which are optional
Past Booked Events
|February 19, 2019 • 5:00pm - 9:00pm||Product Promotion|
|November 10, 2018–November 11, 2018 • 8:30pm - 12:00am||Corporate Event|
|September 22, 2018 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm||Festival|
For our full list, please request a quote.
We regularly perform over 200 cover songs spanning all genres from modern hits back through the decades to the 1950's.
A (small) taste of what we love to play:
Modern Top 40 (Ed Sheeran, Drake, Lumineers, Chainsmokers)
00's (The Killers, The Strokes, Kings of Leon)
90s (Sublime, Smash Mouth, Gin Blossoms)
80s (Duran Duran, Rick Springfield, Tears for Fears)
70s (Rupert Holmes, The Police, John Denver)
Oldies (Johnny Cash, The Beatles, The Monkees)
Influences & Inspiration
- Walk the Moon
- 5 Seconds of Summer
- New Politics