If you’re looking for a band to help take your event to the next level, look no further. Vinyl Tap has years of experience playing weddings, corporate events, cruises, birthday parties and more! Vinyl Tap can customize the sound and style of the event specifically to your tastes. Whether you need a jazz cocktail hour for your wedding reception, instrumental guitar music while guests take their seats, soft piano while the bride walks down the isle, or just a band to rock the night away, Vinyl Tap has it covered.

Vinyl Tap is:

Kris Rodgers on vocals/keyboard

Richard Corson on vocals/guitar

Chris Chasse on vocals/bass

Mike Chasse on drums

The members of Vinyl Tap have a combined 40+ years of experience in and around the New England music scene playing different events including weddings, corporate events, parties, and more with a variety of musical stylings. You may have seen us in various bands throughout the years opening for acts like Warren Haynes (The Allman Brothers), John Popper (Blues Traveller), Smash Mouth, Big & Rich, Miranda Lambert, Gretchen Wilson, Anne Murray, Greg Rzab (Buddy Guy’s band/The Black Crowes), George Porter Jr. (The Meters)., Hall n’ Oates, Days of the New, Tommy Stinson (Guns n’ Roses/The Replacements) The Bacon Brothers (Kevin Bacon), Josh Turner, The Empty Hearts(Members of The Cars, The Romantics, Blondie, and The Chesterfield Kings), The Cynics, Jason Aldean, Robert Randolph, Dr. Dog, Guster, Sam Roberts, Brett Dennen, Delta Spirit and more. Individually we tour internationally and even have international radio play on Sirius/XM Radio’s Little Steven’s Underground Garage.

We strive to play music that is suited best for the event at hand and can take requests if a special song is what you need to push your event over the top. On any given night you can expect to hear music by Hall n’ Oates, Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Johnny Cash, Bruno Mars, The Beatles, and more!

Visit our “contact” page to inquire about your next event today!


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