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1. Landsharks 4 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, and Drummer. (and vocals)

This 4 piece configuration is the heart of the Landsharks Band. This 4 piece configuration can play at any event. All the musical parts and arrangements are there. The Landsharks Keyboardist plays horn parts, steel drum sounds, Organ, Piano, Strings, and every other sound possible on the keyboard/Synthesizer. This 4 piece configuration has backed up Jimmy Buffett in concert, opened up for the Beach Boys, and plays 75% of all of the Landsharks performances including many LARGE concerts.
The band can play a BIG concert sound and sound like a much larger band or play in someone's living room and have the guests be able to hold a conversation without raising their voices! They are excellent musicians and specialize in adapting to any situation.


2. Landsharks 5 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, and Saxophonist. (and vocals)

This 5 piece configuration is the 4 piece core (see above) of the Landsharks Band with a Saxophonist added. The sax will add nice Saxophone solos and also play along with the keyboard horns, to form a "horn section sound." Even though the 4 piece band does have the horn parts covered with the keyboard/synthesizer, adding a real sax player adds a lot of visual enhancement to the Landsharks "experience." They are excellent musicians and specialize in adapting to any situation.


3. Landsharks 5 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, and Steel Drummer. (and vocals)

This 5 piece configuration is the 4 piece core (see above) of the Landsharks Band with a Steel Drummer added. If you are having a tropical-themed event, then adding the steel drums adds a lot visually.  But if you can't afford to add a real steel drummer, the 4 piece band (see above) plays steel drums on the keyboard/synthesizer and it sounds and looks awesome. So with or without the real steel pans, the tropical sound is authentic and very pleasing to the ears. And although there are many "steel drummers" out their, the Landsharks only use steel drummers that are excellent, refined, trained, professional musicians!


4. Landsharks 6 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, Steel Drummer, and Saxophonist. (and vocals)

This 6 piece configuration is the core 4 piece Landsharks along with a Steel Drummer and also, a Saxophonist. Although the 4 piece configuration can play any and all of the musical parts(including Sax, horns, and steel drums) and will have your guests coming to you and saying, "Wow, where did you get this band?...They're great!", adding a Steel Drummer and/or a saxophonist will put two more musicians onstage and will add a lot. Just having the steel pans onstage can real add an element of authenticity and there is noting like a good sax soloist. The Landsharks Saxophonist and Steel drummer are excellent musicians and fun entertainers!


5. Landsharks 6 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, Saxophonist and Trumpet. (and vocals)

This 6 piece configuration is the core 4 piece Landsharks along with a Saxophonist and a trumpet player. This will give you a horn section! Having two horns gives the horn players the ability to play together as a "chorus" or "section." The two horn players will stand together and play exciting, energetic horn section parts! Also, the Sax and trumpet will be able to play solos, as well. Although the 4 piece configuration can play any and all of the musical parts (including Sax, horns, etc.) and will have your guests coming to you and saying, "Wow, where did you get this band?...They're great!", adding a saxophonist and trumpet will put two more musicians onstage and will add a lot. The Landsharks Saxophonist and Trumpet player are excellent musicians and fun entertainers!


6. Landsharks 7 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, Steel Drummer, Saxophonist and Trumpet. (and vocals)

This 7 piece configuration is the core 4 piece Landsharks along with a Steel Drummer, a Saxophonist and a trumpet player. This will give you a steel drummer and also a horn section! Having two horns gives the horn players the ability to play together as a "chorus" or "section." The two horn players will stand together and play exciting, energetic horn section parts! Also, the Sax and trumpet will be able to play solos, as well. The steel drummer is great for adding authenticity to tropical events and adds a lot musically, too! Although the 4 piece configuration can play any and all of the musical parts (including Sax, horns, Steel drums, etc.) and will have your guests coming to you and saying, "Wow, where did you get this band?...They're great!", adding a steel drummer, saxophonist and trumpet will put three more musicians onstage and will add a lot. The Landsharks Steel Drummer, Saxophonist, and Trumpet player are excellent musicians and fun entertainers!


8. Landsharks 7 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, Saxophonist, Trumpet Player, and Trombonist. (and vocals)

This 7 piece configuration is the core 4 piece Landsharks along with a Saxophonist, a trumpet player, and a trombonist. This will give you a three piece horn section! This option is the same as having two horn players except that a three piece horn section is a "fatter" sound than the two-piece horn section. The three piece horn section is the best option if you are looking for a large horn section sound.
The three horn players will stand together and play exciting, energetic horn section parts! Also, they will be able to play solos, as well. Although the 4 piece configuration can play any and all of the musical parts (including Sax, horns, trumpet, trombone, etc.) and will have your guests coming to you and saying, "Wow, where did you get this band?...They're great!", adding a 3-piece horn section will put three more musicians onstage and will add a lot. The Landsharks  Saxophonist, Trombone, and Trumpet players are excellent musicians and fun entertainers!


9. Landsharks 8 piece band
Guitarist, Bass Guitarist, Keyboardist/Synthesizer Player, Drummer, Steel Drummer, Saxophonist, Trumpet Player, and Trombonist. (and vocals)

This 7 piece configuration is the core 4 piece Landsharks along with a Steel Drumer, Saxophonist, a trumpet player, and a trombonist. This is the ultimate Landsharks configuration! This will give you an authentic steel drummer and also three piece horn section! The three horn players will stand together and play exciting, energetic horn section parts! Also, they will be able to play solos, as well. The steel drummer will provide genuine steel drum sounds and have his pan onstage, adding much to the sound and appearance of the band. Although the 4 piece configuration can play any and all of the musical parts (including Steel Drums, Sax, horns, trumpet, trombone, etc.) and will have your guests coming to you and saying, "Wow, where did you get this band?...They're great!", adding a 3-piece horn section will put three more musicians onstage and will add a lot. The Landsharks  Steel Drummer, Saxophonist, Trombone, and Trumpet players are excellent musicians and fun entertainers!


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4 piece Band
The main members of The Landsharks Band.  Guitarist, Keyboardist, Bass Guitarist and Drummer)

5 Piece Band (With Sax)

5 Piece Band
(with Steel Drummer)

6 Piece Band
(with Sax and Steel Drum)

6 Piece Band (with Sax and Trumpet)

7 Piece Band (with Steel Drums, Sax and Trumpet)

7 Piece Band (with Sax, Trumpet, and Trombone)