Q & A Page
Q: “Tell us about your show….”
Q: “When did you start doing
Q: “How does your show compare
to Danny Gans and Larry G. Jones in Las Vegas?”
Q: “What special do you offer
Q: “What do you do to enhance your clients experience?”
A: “Just when you think you have seen it all, I will come from the back somewhere dressed up like James Brown, Ray Charles, Michael Jackson or Prince to name a few. When I’m taking Voice breaks I play music to keep the crowd dancing. A lot of times when I do that people are thinking it’s me and it’s the record. When I sing they come up to me to see if I’m lip-syncing.”
Q: “How many songs can you cover in a show?”
A: “Covering 50 to 60 full songs in a show very well is a lot and much more entertaining than doing 200 songs and only getting 10 seconds of each song. Also, all my shows are different. You can come back the next day and hear me do 60 other impressions….” Bands only play 30 songs a night because every song lasts 10 minutes. Who wants to hear a song for 10 minutes. When people hire these bands they don’t realize that. All my songs last as long as the song is supposed to last; 3 minutes and on to the next song.
Q: “Can clients select their own music?”
A: “If I’m doing a wedding they can bring a CD with their first dance and I will play it. Or if I can sing it I will. It will be a lot more personal. During the reception when its time for me to do my thing; I am the expert……..I know what makes people dance. It’s always good to let the professional do his job. That’s what you pay him for. Let me work my magic and your event will always be a success.”
Q: “Can you give us some tips for booking good entertainment.”
A: “Book the talent first. Ask the talent what dates he has available then coordinate with the venue you are using. Make sure both the talent and venue is open then book both. People always book the venue first and end up with entertainment they don’t want because the entertainer is not available on that date.
Q: “Where do you get your background music?”
A: “My music is customized for
my show. It’s a combination of recording studio work with real
musicians and midi files from other producers including myself.
That is why my songs sound close to the real thing. I will not
sing a song if I can’t sing it in the original key. It doesn’t
sound right to me or to the audience. Trust me, they are not
stupid! They just keep quiet and clap but the joke is on you.
For further information, contact Maxwell Taylor at 678.520.2979 or booking@MaxwellTaylor.net
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