Press, News and On-Air Performances
Over the years we have become the story or been in the media to promote worthy events. Whether it be TV, newspapers, magazines or radio, here are some of our press clippings, performances, and interviews.
Emerald City Band gets Ready for Kaboom Town in Addison
Emerald City Band sings “Everything is Alright” on WFAA morning show, July 2nd, 2018.
Emerald City Band interviewed on FOX about White House Performance
Emerald City Band was lucking enough to perform at the Whitehouse 2 times. Fox’s morning show interviewed Deno about the historic opportunity.
Emerald City Band works with FOX on Toys for Tots
Emerald City Band worked with Fox 4 and the Toys for Tots Program. Deno’s song It’s Christmas Time became the official song for the toy drive.
Magazine’s & Newspapers
Emerald City was recently featured in People Magazine
We have been so blessed to perform at many weddings and events, and we recently performed at the celebrity wedding of Housewives of Dallas LeeAnne Locken and Rich Emberlin. A People Magazine article had a mention of Emerald City Band and the performance. Here is the quote from the article.
“The ten-piece Dallas-based Emerald City Band provided non-stop energy, rocking the house and keeping the dance floor packed all night.
They also composed a first dance song just for Locken and Emberlin. “They know us so well and every lyric of that song reflected back on our relationship,” Locken says. “That’s the whole thing — with every single person who contributed to our wedding, it was like they stood up and said, ‘This is love, and I’m going to put my version of love to show just how much these two people love each other.’ It was all so special.”
Emerald City, the ‘house band of Dallas,’ celebrates 35 years of gigs
Not many people can say they’ve heard a live band that can cover Pitbull, Tina Turner and Michael Jackson in one night. But not every band is like Emerald City.
On a Sunday night at Lava Cantina, Emerald City performed at a silent auction where men and women in the audience serenaded each other with “Call Me Maybe” and “Best Of My Love.” Whether they were sitting or standing, people danced bobbed their heads or tapped their fingers to the music. The band’s trumpeter and saxophonist weaved among the audience during the set, and during each of their solos, they drew cheers and fist pumps from both tiers of the venue.
Radio Interview with Taylor on Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Impromptu Interview when Taylor Phillips calls into Kidd Kraddick Show.