I have booked Medicine Man quite a few times. They are extremely easy to work with and very professional. Their sound is very unique. It catches the attention of the audience very quickly. They can also play many different styles, often molding to the room. Highly recommended for any setting!
My experience booking Medicine Man to play at Cultivate was professional. Before the show date, communication was prompt and clear. On the day of, the group showed up with plenty of time for load-in and mic check. They have a unique sound and played originals for over an hour. I will book them in the future.
I approached Medicine Man about performing for our Silo District Marathon route entertainment, and they were so eager to be involved. It was neat to showcase our local talent for over 6,000 runners and spectators who travelled from around the world to Waco, Texas. They were great to work with throughout the whole process from our initial communication, leading up to the event, and on race day. Medicine Man received so many compliments from our guests and it was an amazing experience to have them play. I’m impressed by their talent and am excited to see the future of their band! They are definitely on our top requests each time we have an opportunity to have live music at our Magnolia events.
Medicine Man is a band full of talented musicians, but it doesn’t stop there. They are passionate about everything they do, and their heart shines through. Their heart is seen through the care they take in booking the event to the lasting relationships they seek to create. They truly love what they do and they have to drive to make it happen, and that is what truly makes them successful.
Medicine Man played at the grand opening of American Bank’s Downtown Waco location. The band was terrific and would be a wonderful addition to any event! I received countless comments throughout the night about how great the band was. Luke is professional, a great communicator, and easy to work with. Highly recommend!
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