The Redeemers are a danceable rock-n-roll band gettin' booties off the chairs and on the floor since 2005. Hailing from the Hudson Valley, they have played everywhere from Newburgh to Hudson and beyond. The band consists of Chris Karson on guitar and lead vocals, Chris Davison on bass and vocals, Dan D'Elia on drums, percussion and vocals, and Ron Zito on lead guitar and vocals. The Redeemers have made themselves at home in venues that range in diversity from taverns and clubs to weddings on multi-million dollar estates. The Redeemers play infectious, danceable rock from the 1950's to the present-ranging from Elvis to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, Squeeze, CCR, The Pretenders to Nirvana, Green Day and beyond. If it's cool and you like it, they can play it and make it their own while still reminding you of your favorite records.
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Jessica · Married on 08/17/2013
We hired The Redeemers to play our wedding at Shadow Lawn in High Falls, NY. There were no reviews for them online so I contacted the band and asked if I could speak to a few of their recent customers. I emailed a few people and got raving, positive reviews back -- and I feel the exact same way.Sent on 09/04/2013
The Redeemers are an incredibly talented group of guys who play classic rock cover music. It is the perfect style of music to get your wedding guests up and dancing. They will literally be all songs that you (and your parents) know and want to dance to. Things like "Pretty Woman" and "My Sharona" and tons of Beatles, Rolling Stones, etc.
The band was very easy to work with and very willing to learn songs, if you'd like them to. My husband had them learn Lumineers "Ho Hey" and surprised me by performing the song with the band. Pretty cool! The one watch-out is that they don't have any horns or piano, so there are some limitations on which songs they can play. We had hoped to have some Bon Jovi or Billy Joel and they would play them but said they wouldn't sound quite right. I thought I might miss these, but didn't even notice.
The dance floor was never empty for 4 hours of dancing. The band did a great job and multiple people mentioned how AWESOME they were!