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Not your Grandad’s cover band!

Four guys and a girl walk into a bar… and play music that has everyone smiling, laughing, singing along, dancing, drinking… You know the routine!

The ​Dangerhouse Band is the complete package: lead singer, two guitars, bass, and drums; full PA and lights; a repertoire of songs covering seventy years of great music.

A Rock’n’Roll core plus a whole lot more. From Blues and Soul, through Pop to Alt-rock. Some Country & Western, some Celtic and Down East. Favourites, forgotten hits, and the next big thing: tunes that are fun and familiar. Got a song – or a set – that you’ve just gotta hear? We’ll put together the show you need.

 The five ​Dangerhouse ​musicians have decades of experience and they’ve done it all; Dances, Weddings, Reunions, Festivals, Corporate Events, etc., from fully electric to unplugged acoustic, in venues big and small.

​Dangerhouse: we’ll bring the magic that only a live show can!

Recorded LIVE off the floor!

Heatwave – Linda Ronstadt

Till I Am Myself Again – Blue Rodeo

Nights in White Satin – Moody Blues

You’re Mine/Donna – Ritchie Valens

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Who We Are
Erin Moffat – Vocals
Dave Rahn – Guitar
Rick Finch – Guitar
Andre Perrella – Bass
Mike Somes – Drums

Upcoming Events

February 16, 2019
Private event (Guelph)

June 8, 2019
Conquer The Canuck Marathon Ultra Trail Weekend
Shade’s Mills Conservation Area, Cambridge

July 27, 2019
Private event (Guelph)

August 24, 2019
Private event (Tillsonburg)

Feb 1, 2020
Marconi Club (London, 120 Clarke Road)
Sock Hop – Open to the public!
Featuring music of the 50’s and 60’s
Also featuring Wolfeman DJ Services
Doors 7:20pm – Dance 8pm

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“We had the good fortune of booking Dangerhouse band for our Halloween Dance this past October. They were very professional, talented, and have a great range of music. The lead singer Erin is sensational, and we are looking forward to having them back in August for a special event.”
Patricia Armitage
Entertainment Committee
Hickory Hills, Tillsonburg On

The band was also very appreciated — I think it was my favourite part of the event. I could hear them from various parts in each loop. I don’t think they realized their impact as there wasn’t much of a crowd, but coming through my fourth loop to Bad Moon Rising was just the pump-up I needed! Thank you!!”
Conquer The Canuck Trail Race participant


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