FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Q. Will you Emcee and make all of the announcements throughout our event?
A. Yes, our male lead singer is also a fantastic and experienced emcee who will effortlessly make all of the announcements ensuring a seamless flow throughout your event.

Q. How many breaks does N’Demand take?
A. We will take 3 short 15 minute breaks within a typical 4 hour engagement.

Q. What happens when the band is on a break?
A. We have found this to be perfect time for your speeches, toasts, blessings, video montage, garter and bouquet toss, cake cutting, etc., as our lead singer is always available for these special announcements. In addition, we always have the appropriate music cued up via ipod ready to be played through our state of the art sound system at any time.

Q. What if our First Dance is not on your song list?
A. No problem, we are happy to learn up to 2 new songs per event.

Q. Can we choose some specific songs from your song list that we want the band to play during our event?
A. Yes, we encourage our clients to help us customize the perfect song list for your event. This includes any specific songs that you want us to play, as well as any that you do not. Our goal is to keep your dance floor packed all night long, and by also allowing us to read your crowd throughout your event this is what N’Demand does best.

Q. Do you provide stage lighting for the band?
A. We typically do not provide the stage lighting as it is usually more cost efficient for you to go through the lighting company that you are using for your room and uplighting. However at an additional cost we are also happy provide stage lighting.

Q. Can we have N’Demand play past their initial booking time?
A. Yes, you can always book the band for overtime(OT) in 30 minute increments. Although you can book/pay for this in advance, we typically recommend that you not book OT until toward the end of your event. This allows you to gauge your crowd and decide that night if you would like us to do overtime.

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