Book The Note-Ables
Book The Note-Ables!
Consider booking The Note-Ables at your next party, fundraiser or corporate/community event. The band will bring diversity, fun and a wide range of music guaranteed to bring a smile to you and your guests.
With more than 60 songs in their repertoire, The Note-Ables are comfortable playing blues, classic and modern rock, country, jazz, bluegrass, and even Broadway hits. The band customizes each show and can include special requests (with advance notice).
You choose the performance that fits your venue. From the full band of 8 members, a core group of 5 members, or all the way down to a simple guitar and vocal duo, The Note-Ables are flexible and can accommodate any setting.
The Note-Ables Following
The band has developed a large and loyal following throughout northern Nevada and northeastern California. In the past few years, the group has had the honor of jamming with Mickey Hart and Craig Chaquico, and playing at events such as Artown and the the Bower’s Mansion Bluegrass Festival. They were one of six groups in Nevada invited to perform at Governor Brian Sandoval’s Inaugural Arts Celebration in 2011, and were selected to sing at the opening of the 72nd session of the Nevada Legislature in February 2013.
Why The Note-Ables are the perfect choice for your next event:
- The Note-Ables are talented musicians who put on a fantastic show with an emphasis on quality entertainment.
- The band’s performances appeal to all ages.
- Performances are unique, capturing the spirit of northern Nevada like no other band.
- The group is easy to work with and flexible – everything is arranged and customized to make your event a success!
In addition to being talented musicians, The Note-Ables are strong advocates for inclusion. They know that their performances help shatter the stereotype that people with disabilities have limited talents and abilities. The band members know that hard work and dedication bring success. They love to play, they love to write, and they love to perform. Most importantly, they love knowing that they are helping to change the face of disability in our community.