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The ELO experience
The Best ELO Tribute in the world (Bill Hernadez, Rockband review magazine)
THE MEMBERS OF THE BAND HAVE PERFORMED AND SHARED THE STAGE WITH,
MOST RECENTLY SHAKIRA AT THE SUPER BOWL ALSO
Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Julio Iglesias Jr, Rock Of Ages, Jennifer Lopez, Foreigner, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Wyclef, Raul Di Blasio, il Volo, Romeo Santos, and Christian (link hidden)ans Siberian Orchestra, Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Earth Wind & Fire, Ricky Martin, Disturbed, Katharine McPhee, Sarah McLachlan, Rod Stewart, Detroit Symphony Civic Orchestra Sinbad, Ron Thal (Guns & Roses/Sons of Anarchy), Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake/Thin Lizzy), and Guthrie Govan,
Be the first to review Ticket to the Moon
Price Range: $3500.00- $15000
Gig Length: 90 - 120 minutes
Languages: English, French
This Multimedia International ELO experience is like no other
Featuring Musicians from, Canada, USA, France and the Philippines
Playing the songs note per note to Perfection
The only Electric Light orchestra tribute of its kind
You will see 10 to 15 Musicians on stage featuring a string orchestra, lights, Multimedia
Ticket to the moon has been chosen to be Part of Season1, TV series called Tribute band wars.
The show will be taped at The Hard Hotel and Casino in the state of the art Venue DEAR
And will be aired in the fall of 2021, 13 episodes
TICKET TO THE MOON
TICKET TO THE MOON
IS AN INTERNATIONAL MULTIMEDIA
ELO TRIBUTE EXPERIENCE IS ONE OF KIND
FEATURING 8 MUSICIANS
UP TO A TWENTY PIECE ORCHESTRA
FROM CANADA AND THE USA AND FRANCE
NOW BASED IN FLORIDA
THE MEMBERS OF THE BAND HAVE PERFORMED AND SHARED THE STAGE WITH,
MOST RECENTLY SHAKIRA AT THE SUPER BOWL
Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Julio Iglesias Jr, Rock Of Ages, Jennifer Lopez, Foreigner, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Wyclef, Raul Di Blasio, il Volo, Romeo Santos, and Christian (link hidden)ans Siberian Orchestra, Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Earth Wind & Fire, Ricky Martin, Disturbed, Katharine McPhee, Sarah McLachlan, Rod Stewart, Detroit Symphony Civic Orchestra Sinbad, Ron Thal (Guns & Roses/Sons of Anarchy), Marco Mendoza (Whitesnake/Thin Lizzy), and Guthrie Govan, Audra McDonald, Joey Tardif, Joel Denis, Pierre Lalonde, Michel Louvain, Michel Stax, Patrick Bourgeois
REGGIE FECTEAU as Jeff Lynne
LEAD VOCALS, GUITAR
From Canada, Reggie is an accomplished musician playing over 7 different instruments, producer and promoter. he has been featured on many gold records and performed in Canada with french artists like Joey Tardif, Joel Denis, Pierre Lalonde, Michel Louvain, Michel Stax, Patrick Bourgeois and Many More, Reggie also performed with Yesterday The Beatles a mega-production show in Montreal, he has toured the world and has been a regular Headliner on RCCL cruises and is now Manager and owner of Ticket To the Moon
Originally from Canada, Dany Roy was raised in and around music all of his life. Most of Dany’s family members were musicians and Dany started playing out regularly at the ripe old age of 17! He soon began gigging 2-3 times a week, playing local bars, weddings, corporate events, and music festivals. Dany’s musical influences range from all the classic games of the ’60s to idols of today. However, being a kid growing up in the ’70s and ’80s, classic rock bands were his favourite! Dany has been a part of the music scene now for over 35 years and you can tell music is more than just a passion for him…it’s his life and it’s in his blood! Founder of the famous Sippin’Fire Band Doesn’t miss the passion and energy that Dany brings to Ticket To The Moon…..
Manny brings his drumming and high powered vocals to Ticket to the Moon
A veteran of the South FL music scene, Paul has laid down the proverbial floorboards for several of the area's top genre/tribute bands for nearly 25 years running. He is also a highly lauded and in-demand bassist for several houses of worship in and around Palm Beach County.
Broward country born and bred, Paul currently resides in the North Palm Beach area with Wanda, his lovely fiancé, and Mindy, their adorable King Charles Spaniel.
His current axe du jour is a Rickenbacker 4001S Special V63 satin finish Mapleglo, #29 of only 50 models ever produced by Rickenbacker.
On Keyboards and vocal, Nathalie also as a Master trainer certification and she is very active in the sports world, she has been featured in Fitness equipment commercials, in the USA, France and Russia
Opera-trained vocalist at the age of 8 and Broadway at the age of 12 by renowned voice Coach Arron Hagen, Jade has been part of many Broadway plays flying back and forth to N.Y, at the age of 16 she had a number one hit single in Japan for 6 months straight, she also exceeds as a Makeup artist and business management
Classically trained violinist performs regularly with internationally recognized artists and touring shows, including the Trans Siberian Orchestra, Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Earth Wind & Fire, Ricky Martin, Disturbed, Katharine McPhee, Sarah McLachlan, Rod Stewart, and Il Volo. She recently performed with Tony Award-winning singer and actress, Audra McDonald, as well as Grammy award-winning American classical pianist, Emanuel Ax. In 2016, she performed in concert with Placido Domingo, as well as renowned Wagnerian soprano Christine Goerke. In January of 2017, Siobhan was invited to join the Cinematic Rock/Metal band, Starset, as their touring violinist. Since January she has done two extensive North American tours and will be joining them again in the fall for another North American tour alongside American hard rock band, Halestorm.
As an orchestral musician, Siobhan has performed as both a violinist and violist with a number of symphonies. She served as Principal Violist of the Detroit Symphony Civic Orchestra
Stephanie is a multi-genre cellist originally from Miami, FL who has performed alongside big-name artists, in orchestras, and chamber ensembles across the US. Stephanie is the founder of her original piano-cello duo, an El Sistema Teaching Artist, and continues to blur the line between classical and contemporary music.
Stephanie has performed in stadiums, private shows, and on TV with top artists including Jennifer Lopez, Foreigner, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Wyclef, Raul Di Blasio, il Volo, Romeo Santos, and Christian Castro.
ARIELE GRACE MACADANGDANG
is a violinist, teacher and songwriter based in Miami, FL. Prior to her graduate work at the University of Miami, she studied Violin Performance with Renata Knific at Western Michigan University. In 2012 she was selected as a featured soloist in the Walmart Annual Shareholders meeting in Fayetteville, Arkansas. During her studies at UM, she was a violin teaching assistant to Scott Flavin and a Henry Mancini Institute Fellow. She has performed in orchestra concerts for Ben Folds, Gloria Estefan, Terrence Blanchard and James Newton Howard as a member of the Henry Mancini Orchestra. Ariel enjoys collaborating with singer-songwriters and has appeared on several commercially released recordings as a solo and section violinist. She also performs regularly in Miami with her duo, American Darling Valve. Ariele is a Teaching Artist for the MIAMI MUSIC PROJECT, a private lesson instructor through the Coral Gables Community Arts Program, and assists with violin program at Saint Philips Episcopal School
WILLIAM CAREY LOCKE
William got his Bachelor of Music from the University of Delaware in 2016 where he studied cello with Lawrence Stomberg. While at school, he was an intern at the Master Players Concert Series. William worked closely with virtuoso violinist Xiang Gao, the artistic director, and guest artists such as the Juilliard String Quartet and Canadian Brass to provide inspiring concerts to students on and off-campus. He was a finalist in the school concerto competition and toured abroad with the UD Symphony Orchestra to Colombia and China. At Delaware, William studied abroad in Trinidad and Tobago for a month, learning how to play the steel pan. He was also on the University of Delaware Men's Crew team.
Technical / Performance Rider
This rider constitutes part of the “General Agreement” with Purchaser. If any part of the following rider cannot be met, please contact Reggie Fecteau (phone number hidden) or email: bookings(link hidden) for technical related issues and production management related issues. If any items are not provided as requested without prior band approval, we reserve the right to cancel our performance and retain our show deposit, plus demand reimbursement for any losses incurred due to travel expenses and possible lost revenue. A representative of the person or company providing the backline equipment must be available throughout sound-check and the show to ensure said equipment proper performance.
1.1 Purchaser will ensure that ARTIST'S buses, trucks and any other vehicles used by ARTIST for transportation to venue will have clear access to and from PERFORMANCE venue.
1.2 Parking should be provided as close to Performance Area as possible for one (1) Truck and Trailer. If parking is available only on the street, space must be blocked off prior to arrival for production vehicle and trailer.
1-3 Parking Permits and fees will be arranged and paid for BY Operator for both Venue AND lodging facility (If Applicable). Truck/Trailer combination and Artists vehicles “MUST have approved parking available to them at ALL times”
2. LODGING: Necessary if an event is outside 150 miles from Ft Lauderdale
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ARTIST reserves the option to use any and all of the ARTIST'S own equipment. No assumptions should be made to use ARTIST'S and/or ARTIST'S band’s equipment by any other acts. PURCHASER will ensure that the stage area is completely cleaned and cleared of all equipment before ARTIST'S arrival, with the exception of sound and lighting equipment directly associated with this PERFORMANCE.
3. Artist Back Line Requirements:
NOTE: Below is the current backline requirements for TTTM. Please call to verify before engagement in case there are adjustments.
The band will bring their own guitars and effects.
Industry Standard 5-piece kit with Sabian or Zildjian cymbals and DW or Tama
3.2 GUITAR AMP
3 - Fender Twin Reverb with JBL speakers where possible OR any American-made,
all-tube 'combo' amplifier or 'head' with at least 50 watts of power, built-in reverb, and two speakers, either 10" or 12" (preferably JBL) in an open-back cabinet. NO Marshall heads of any kind
1 – Mark Bass Amp with 4 10” speakers
Keyboard - (2)
Roland FA-08 or
Roland RD-700 SX Single Keyboard Stand
4. STAGE REQUIREMENTS:
Full Theater Screen Show ONLY
30 feet wide x 24 feet deep
One Drum Riser: 8’ Wide x 8’ Deep (12” to 18” high) Two (2) 4’ x 8’ risers (12” or 24” high)
24’ x 16 ‘requested
1 - 8x8 Drum riser requested
The stage should have access from both sides for artists with a step if needed for safety when possible.
ARTIST and/or ARTIST'S Representative will determine the placement of any and all equipment owned by, placed on stage by, or used by any and all other support acts.
5. DRESSING ROOMS:
Dressing rooms / Green Room MUST always be available to Artist day of the event. The dressing room should be able to accommodate 12 people. Please supply two dressing rooms with an area to hand wardrobe and chairs for Artists.
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7. OUTDOOR SHOWS:
Roof or Cover must be provided for ALL OUTDOOR Shows unless agreed upon by the ARTIST in advance.
This roof should be larger than the size of the stage
PURCHASER shall provide and pay for a secure covering (roof) a minimum of fifteen (15) feet above the stage for protection of the equipment and ARTIST from rain, sun and extreme temperature prior to and during the PERFORMANCE.
Plastic sheeting or tarps to be provided to cover all band gear, lighting, consoles, monitor electronics and all other stage equipment in the event of poor weather.
Removable covers for FOH Mix position and monitor mix position should also be provided in case of in-climate weather. Plastic sheeting or tarps must be provided to cover all band gear, lighting, consoles, monitor electronics and all other stage equipment in the event of in-climate weather.
8. TIMING (Load-in/out, soundcheck):
Place of engagement must be ready and available for load-in and sound check six (6) hours prior to the performance. Load In Access must be clear of debris and other obstructions. Artists Tour/Production Manager will have the right to load in from the closest and clearest point at his discretion.
Stage Power should be in place and operating correctly by load-in time. It is also understood and agreed that ARTIST may check sound during said period of six (6) hours prior to the start of the PERFORMANCE at a time solely determined by ARTIST. Soundcheck will require a minimum of one (1) hour after set up and line check is complete. Lighting checks can be done during the soundcheck. This ARTIST’S Tour Manager will set time for soundcheck.
Once the monitor, lights, stage layout, and house sound are set, none may be changed for any other act without complete prior approval by this. Upon ARTIST’S arrival, through completion of soundcheck, stage shall remain completely closed to PUBLIC.
9. POWER REQUIREMENTS: - Artists is providing Sound and/or Lighting
Lighting and Sound power needs are ONLY necessary IF the Artist is providing Sound and Light Services.
A single power service may not be used for lights and sound. Two separate services should be furnished. The venue OR
technical crew of the sound and/or lighting companies will furnish the following power requirements.
LIGHTING: (2) 20-amp dedicated circuits OR 220 Service to be located within 50’ of SOUND: (4) 20-amp dedicated circuits OR a 220 Service to be located within 50’ of
STAGE & MONITOR POWER: A minimum (2) 20-amp electrical circuit for a monitor
and stage power distribution needs.
FOH POWER: There should also be at least one (1) electrical circuits for FOH area
If any of these requirements are an issue, please contact ARTIST’S Production Manager prior to the event to discuss options.
10. LOCATION OF EQUIPMENT:
The monitor console must be accessible at the side of the stage area. The Engineer must have a full view of the stage at all times. FOH Engineer position is to be near the rear of the facility with a clear view of the stage. The best location would have an aisle behind the console.
11. HOUSE PATCHES AND WIRING:
If TTTM is patching into existing Sound System, there must be 2 XLR patch points at the stage for FOH feeds. Control of the facility sound system will be under TTTM Production Managers control at all times from sound check to end of the performance.
12. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FROM THE SOUND COMPANY OR VENUE:
The sound system must be capable of delivering full, clean, undistorted sound adequate for the venue.
One (1) 32 Channel (minimum) mixing console with no less
then four (4) subgroups, four (4) auxiliary outputs for effects sends.
Microphones and mic stand for vocalists must be CLEAN and in good working condition. Stage power will be delivered to all artist positions as seen in stage plot defines.
Industry Standard equipment is authorized but needs to meet the requirements above.
If there is an opening act, an additional house console & room EQ may be necessary for their performance, unless a recall ready console is being used.
ARTIST” S Production Manager Reggie Fecteau is available to address these situations.
13. HOUSE OUTBOARD GEAR (Minimum)
1 Stereo EQ on FOH Buss
15 MONITOR REQUIREMENTS:
TTTM requires 10, two-way wedges and one (1) single 15”/18” sub and top for the Drum position. All amps, EQ’s, crossovers and cabling should
accompany these. All monitor equipment must be professionally wired and set-up (including crossover points) by qualified technicians.
A minimum of 7 mixes will be required. Monitors are to be professional-grade powered or amplified with eqq on each Monitor Mix. Console must consist of 32 channels min.
Monitor Console and outboard gear should be well lit and clearly labelled during soundcheck and performance.
16. EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FROM THE LIGHTING COMPANY
The PURCHASER shall provide, at his sole expense, professional lighting system with the required setup crew and operators. To ensure the safety of the ARTIST, BAND and CREW, all rigging must be done by professional, licensed riggers.
The ARTIST does not provide a Lighting Director; therefore, one will be required from the lighting company or venue. Lighting to be adequate for the stage area. All parts of the stage must be well lit with no dark areas. Bright coloured gels are requested. Lighting operator (LD) familiar with the system must be available throughout performance to operate the system. One follows- spot and operator are requested. General directions and spotlight cues will be provided by the ARTIST’S Production Manager before Performance.
17. Creative Control:
******Without regard to whom supplies Sound and/or Lighting services the Artist’s Production Manager will have complete control over all aspects of the performance including, Lighting Color, Scene and Changes during the show AND complete control over all aspects of the Audio /Video Systems including Volume, Monitors, Mix of performance.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Artist reserves the right to offer competitive production and the total right of approval of Purchaser’s production company. Contract rider is equipped with a stage plot, mic input list and complete backline (band gear) equipment list. If more copies or further information is needed, please do not hesitate to contact the Artist’s Production Manager at (phone number hidden) (Davis Clapp).
STANDING IN THE RAIN
CAN’T GET IT OUT OF MY HEAD
ALL OVER THE WORLD
SWEET TALKING WOMAN
WHEN I WAS A BOY
HANDLE WITH CARE
DON’T WALK AWAY
HOLD ON TIGHT
JUST FOR LOVE
TURN TO STONE
LAST TRAIN TO LONDON
ROCK AND ROLL IS KING
DON’T BRING ME DOWN
MR. BLUE SKY
ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
Electric Light Orchestra, The Beatles
Lights, Sound, Video screens back of stage, 2 screens front of stage, riser 8x8 drums, 4x8 keysboard, 4 x 8 strings
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