We are a party band getting back together for a 20th reunion concert. The band was highly mediocre in terms of talent, but we would always play to a room of people who had been drinking for hours, and our lead singer, the Indian Elvis himself, has tremendous stage presence. At our height in the mid-90's we achieved a small level of notoriety: http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/199…udent.html
The eccentric and spectacular Indian Elvis party band, consisting of students from the Business School, jammed downstairs at the Mama Kin club, while a professional DJ worked the Lansdowne St. Playhouse upstairs: the entire building at 36 Lansdowne St. in Boston echoed with dancing, laughter, and fun as the future doctors, lawyers, teachers, scientists, managers, architects, writers, and politicians blended together under the disco lights. "This is the best crowd I've ever seen and worked with," said one of the employees of the Lansdowne St. Playhouse.
We are a cover band, and this May we are playing a 6-song set as part of the big annual gala. Expect we will be playing in front of about 500 people. We want to get t-shirts and other logo-wear to commemorate the event. The set list is:
What I Like About You - Romantics
Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
Blister in the Sun - Violent Femmes
ramones medley (wanna be sedated/blitzkrieg bop) Ramones
should i stay or shoud i go clash
Are you gonna be my girl jet
its the end of the world as we know it REM
All of us are mid-40s, professionals, as is our audience.