This New York-based dance band is one of America’s most energetic and dynamic bands available for corporate and special events. Led by James Brown’s former drummer, Tony T-Funk Alston, and featuring his wife, lead singer Lois Alston, the band also includes musicians who have toured and recorded with the likes of Kool and the Gang, Lionel Hampton and Chaka Khan among others.
The Eturnity Band never fails to get audiences on their feet with their energetic versions of classic songs from the genres of funk, rhythm & blues, disco, Motown and rock n’ roll. A typical set, which can run for over 100 minutes, includes "I Wish" (Stevie Wonder), "I Feel Good" (James Brown), "Respect" (Aretha Franklin), "I Will Survive" (Gloria Gaynor), "Get Down On It" (Kool and the Gang) and "Shining Star" (Earth, Wind & Fire). The band also plays other musical styles including swing, jazz, reggae and ballads.
Unlike most dance bands, The Eturnity Band actually puts on a show that offers audiences the chance to participate in the fun. Beginning with tightly-choreographed dance moves on the stage, the show’s infectious energy invariably spreads onto the dance floor with vocalists leading dances and conga lines and horn players performing solos while spinning on their backs. Eturnity are hands down New York’s best funk & soul dance band.
The Eturnity Band has performed for highly successful corporate engagements for Lucent Technologies, American Express, Saloman Smith Barney, Metlife, PepsiCo and Revlon as well as Time Magazine’s 75th Anniversary at Radio City Music Hall where they entertained such distinguished guests as former President and Mrs. Clinton, director Steven Speilberg and Microsoft CEO Bill Gates.
The band performs most every Friday in New York City at Lola and Le Bar Bat.