The Herringbones are a live band that performs classic rock, Top 40, Southern rock, R&B, and country from the last 40 years¬†as well as an assortment of¬†party¬†and beach selections.¬†
We are a top-tier wedding band based in the Charlotte NC area and¬†travel throughout¬†the Carolinas.
The Herringbones¬†play¬†songs that you know and¬†love. Our music is perfect for listening, dancing,¬†or bringing a party alive!
We do many well-known classics from bands like Creedence Clearwater Revival, ZZ Top, and The Rolling Stones. Throw in some Dwight Yoakam, Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Michael Jackson,¬†and an assortment of party music and Top 40¬†and you have a truly unique event!
Thank you, Herringbones!!!¬† You absolutely, positively made our reception a complete success!¬† I cannot tell you how many times people came up to me to say what a great band the Herringbones are!¬† You had everyone dancing until the very end.¬† From the dinner hour music to the upbeat songs that keep the dance floor crowded, it was simply perfect.¬† We had high hopes and you surpassed them by far!¬† I would recommend you 100% to anyone looking for an awesome band.¬† Thanks for everything!! Lindsey and Mac Wheeler¬† Wedding Reception, Tega Cay SC January 21, 2012
"Professional, talented group. I've received countless emails from attendees talking about how great the band was. They were a huge hit. I'd recommend them for any occasion, and look forward to working with them again! " Carmen R, Wedding Reception, Gastonia, NC, 10/3/2009 (posted on Gigmasters)
"Fabulous!! Steve was wonderful to work with and the band was awesome. Wide variety of music and they know how to keep the party going. My daughter wanted a live band for her wedding reception, The Herringbones were very reasonable and they made her dream come true! We are all very pleased and I heard compliments from our guests all night long. I would certainly book The Herringbones again and highly recommend them to anyone in search of a fantastic band!!! " Beth White (very happy MoB), Winston Salem, NC, 10/17/2009