The Players Club
The Players Club is one of Northeast Ohio’s freshest dance/party bands! Consisting of three dynamic instrumentalists and lead by frontman Brett Matthews, TPC electrifies audiences with powerful, rock-band style renditions of the greatest hits from every era. From the Righteous Brothers and the Jackson 5 in the 60s to Kool and the Gang and Earth Wind and Fire in the 70s, to Bon Jovi and Vanilla Ice in the 80s and the Backstreet Boys and N Sync in the 90s, contemporary Bruno Mars and Fetty Wap, there is truly a musical morsel for party goers of any age.
Demonstrating an unparalleled level of energy and professionalism, The Players Club plows through a constantly evolving song list with non-stop DJ style sets and an exhilarating Lighting/Sound production. Having performed at every size and type of event from weddings and corporate events, local bars and taverns to Game Four of the NBA finals for 20,000 plus, TPC delivers an absolutely unforgettable performance.
Whatever the occasion, The Players Club cherishes the opportunity to create a beautiful new memory for you and the special people sharing in your event, and looks forward to meeting with you for a creative consultation soon!
NEW: The Players Club now offers “Your Song,” custom song writing for your special someone or event. View the video below for more information!
These guys were amaaaaaaazing.
The Players Club defied all of our expectations and made sure our wedding was perfect. They worked with us on our set list, helped create the vibe we wanted, and listened to every request we had leading up to the wedding. They even worked with one of our singers to perform the processional with her. I was amazing by their professionalism and kindness. We would do this entire thing over again it’s to hire The Players Club. If you’re looking for a band that knows Top 40 you have all the same reservations we did: can they pull it off, will my guests dance, are they dressy enough for my event…. the answer to all of these questions is a resounding YES. Hire them and then pat yourself on the back for doing the right thing.Tucker Bair & Robert DiGiandomenicoSep 24, 2016Powers Auditorium