Shame for Sydney is a VA/NC based band consisting of four seasoned and professional musicians of the highest caliber.
Starting out as an original rock band in 2002 Shame for Sydney has completely turned 180% to become your ultimate party band. Before Shame for Sydney was formed each musician toured locally, regionally, and nationally. And now they have come together to accomplish those same individual goals as Shame for Sydney and provide you with quality music that keeps you dancing or singing along from beginning to end!
Back Porch Orchestra is a high energy band that plays music that soothes the soul and moves the body. A staple on the Triad club scene, Back Porch has played corporate events, weddings, and club gigs for the last 6 years. They have been featured on WFMY news 2 in Greensboro, NC on two different occasions as well as playing Fun 4th in downtown Greensboro. With influences ranging from Americana, Country, Rock, and Blues, they can please a crowd of all ages. The band can shape a show with a variety of line-ups. When an intimate set is required BPO can be a trio providing light music for diner or cocktail hour and then turn into a full band for receptions. The band tries for hard to make each event special. If you want to make your event or special day a memory that will last forever please contact Back Porch Orchestra.
Megan Doss is a local singer in the Carolina Triad to parts of VA! Covering all your favorite country, top 40 & classic rock hits.
Two time nominee of the 2014 Carolina Music Awards, Best Female Vocalist, Best Country Vocalist. Voted in the top 5 vocalist of the triad by Yes Weekly for 2014.
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