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Souled Out

Souled Out

Artist Information

Featuring one of the most entertaining and exciting horn sections in the industry, Souled Out has been thrilling audiences throughout the Southwestern United States for years.

This fabulous dance and show band performs a wide variety of music and has been featured in Modern Bride magazine as one of the Southwest’s top reception bands, making Souled Out the perfect group for any special event.

Souled Out’s repertoire includes classic party/dance hits from the glory days of Motown through today. The versatility of the group also allows them to perform favorites from the “Big Band Era” as well as light jazz for dinner parties and other special occasions. Souled Out also offers 11 and 14 piece versions of the band to accommodate special requests.

New, young front line: Brian Collins (24)- bass and vocals, Ryan Parker (26)- guitar, keys and vocals, Amy Parker (24)- keys, sax and vocals, and Mason Drumm (23)- drums and vocals. Steve and the horns are still here…just “freshening-up” the rest of the group.

Souled Out and their members have opened for, or performed with: Aretha Franklin, The Four Tops, The O’Jays, The Temptations, The Supremes, Frankie Avalon, Leslie Gore, The Grass Roots, Leon Russell, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, Firefall, The Drifters, Wayne Newton, and many others.

If you are looking for outstanding entertainment, plus peace of mind for you and your guests, Souled Out will deliver. From corporate events to weddings and private parties, these high-energy musicians will have your guests dancing and partying from the time they arrive until they “turn out the lights!”

Check out their list of satisfied clients and let the professional musicians of Souled Out assist you in making your next event one of the best ever!

Song List

All The Single Ladies – Beyoncé

Cake by the Ocean – DNCE

Can’t Stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake

California Gurls – Katie Perry

Everything – Michael Buble’

Forget You – CeeLo Green

Get Lucky – Daft Punk

Get This Party Started – Pink

Happy – Pharrell Williams

Home – Michael Buble’

Home – Phillip Phillips

I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz

I’m Gonna Love You (like I’m gonna lose you) – Megan Trainor and John Legend

I’ve Gotta Feelin’ – Black Eyed Peas

Love Never a Felt So a Good – Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake

Love Story – Taylor Swift

Mr. Brightside – The Killers

Party in the USA – Miley Cyrus

Perm – Bruno Mars

Raise Your Glass – Pink

Shake it Off – Taylor Swift

Shut Up and Dance – Walk the Moon

Suit and Tie – Justin Timberlake

Take Back the Night – Justin Timberlake

That’s What I Like – Bruno Mars

This Love – Maroon Five

Treasure – Bruno Mars

You Are the Best Thing – Ray LaMontagne

Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars

Forget You – Cielo Green

That’s What I Like – Bruno Mars

80’s and 90’s hits:

All I Want to Do – Sheryl Crow

Beat It – Michael Jackson

PYT – Michael Jackson

Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

Blessed – Elton John

Easy Lover – Phil Collins

Celebration – Kool and the Gang

Don’t Know Why I Didn’t Come – Norah Jones

Do You Love Me? – The Blues Brothers

Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey

Faithfully – Journey

Footloose – Kenny Loggins

Freeze Frame – J. Geils Band

Friends in Low Places – Garth Brooks

Get Down On It – Kool and the Gang

Gimme Some Lovin’ – The Blue Brothers

Have I Told You Lately? – Rod Stewart

Hip to be Square – Huey Lewis and the News

Hit Me with Your Best Shot – Pat Benetar

Hot, Hot, Hot – Buster Poindexter

How Do I Live Without You – Leann Rimes

I Can’t Make You Love Me – Bonnie Rait

I Wanna Dance With Somebody – Whitney Houston

It’s In His Kiss – Cher

It’s Alright – Huey Lewis and the News

Jessie’s Girl – Rick Springfield

Jump, Jive and Wail – Brian Setzer

Jump – Van Halen

La Grange – ZZ Top

Ladies’ Night – Kool and the Gang

Love Shack – The B-52s

Mony-Mony – Billie Idol

My Little Girl – Tim MacGraw

Oh – Dave Matthews Band

Old Time Rock and Roll – Bob Seger

One Fine Day – Natalie Merchant

Pretty Woman – Van Halen

Rock with You – Michael Jackson

Roll With It – Steve Winwood

September – Earth, Wind and Fire

Shake Your Groove Thing – Peaches and Herb

Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel

Smooth – Santana and Rob Thomas

Smooth Operator – Sade

Some Kind of Wonderful – Huey Lewis and the News

Soul Man – The Blues Brothers

That’s What I Like About You – The Romantics

Thriller – Michael Jackson

Truly – Lionel Ritchie

Walk the Dinosaur – Was not Was

Walk Like an Egyptian – The Bangles

Walkin’ on Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves

Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton

You’re Still the One – Shania Twain

You’re the Inspiration – Chicago

70’s hits:

25 or 6 to 4 – Chicago

Bad Girls – Donna Summer

Beginnings – Chicago

Brick House – The Commodores

Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison

Carwash – Rose Royce

Colour My World – Chicago

Dance to the Music – Sly and the Family Stone

Disco Inferno – Aretha Franklin

Does Anybody Know What Time It Is? – Chicago

Domino – Van Morrison

Don’t Stop ’til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson

She’s a Lady – Tom Jones

It’s Not Unusual – Tom Jones

Europa – Santana

Funky Town – Lipps Inc.

Get Down Tonight – KC and the Sunshine Band

How Sweet It Is – James Taylor

I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor

I Wish – Stevie Wonder

I’m Your Boogieman – KC and the Sunshine Band

Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder

Just You and Me – Chicago

Let’s Groove Tonight – Earth, Wind and Fire

Long Train Runnin’ – The Doobie Brothers

Make Me Smile – Chicago

Moondance – Van Morrison

Pick Up the Pieces – Average White Band

Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry

Saturday in the Park – Chicago

Shake Your Booty – KC and the Sunshine Band

Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder

Sing a Song – Earth, Wind and Fire

Spooky – Atlanta Rhythm Section

Superstition – Stevie Wonder

Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond

Takin’ Care of Business – Bachman Turner Overdrive

That’s the Way I Like It – KC and the Sunshine Band

We are Family – Sister Sledge

YMCA – The Village People

You are the Sunshine of My Life – Stevie Wonder

60’s and before:

634-5789 – Wilson Pickett

Ain’t That a Kick in the Head – Dean Martin

Ain’t No Sunshine – Marvin Gaye

At Last – Etta James

Blue Suede Shoes – Elvis Presley

Burnin’ Love – Elvis Presley/Wynonna Judd

Chain of Fools – Aretha Franklin

Shout! – Otis Day and the Knights

Crazy – Patsy Cline

Givin’ It Up for Your Love – Delbert McClinton

Gloria – Van Morrison

God Only Knows – The Beach Boys

Great Balls of Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis

Hold on I’m Comin’ – Sam and Dave

Hound Dog – Elvis Presley

I Feel Good – James Brown

Johnny B. Good – Chuck Barry

Knock on Wood – Sam and Dave

La Bamba – Ritchie Valens

Land of 1000 Dances – Wilson Pickett

Let’s Stay Together – Rev. Al Green

Louie-Louie – The Kingsmen

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy – The Buckinghams

Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett

More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Staircase

Mother Popcorn – James Brown

Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett

My Girl – The Temptations

Natural Woman – Aretha Franklin

Proud Mary – Tina Turner

Rescue Me – Fontella Bass

Respect – Aretha Franklin

Sleepwalk – Santo and Johnny

Twist and Shout – The Beatles

Unforgettable – Nat King Cole

Vehicle – The Ides of March

What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

You Send Me – Sam Cooke

First Dance/Slow Songs

Ain’t No Sunshine – Marvin Gaye/Eva Cassidy

Anything For You – Gloria Estefan

At Last – Etta James

Because You Love Me – Celine Dion

Blessed – Elton John

Colour My World – Chicago

Crazy – Patsy Cline

Don’t Know Why I Didn’t Come – Norah Jones

Europa (inst.) – Santana

Faithfully – Journey

God Only Knows – The Beach Boys

Have I Told You Lately? – Rod Stewart

Home – Michael Buble

How Do I Live Without You – Leann Rimes

How Sweet It Is – James Taylor

I Can’t Make You Love Me – Bonnie Raitt

I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz

Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder

Just the Way You Look Tonight – Michael Buble

Just You and Me – Chicago

Let’s Stay Together – Rev. Al Green

Moondance – Van Morrison/Eva Cassidy

My Girl – The Temptations

My Little Girl – Tim McGraw

My One and Only Love – John Coltrane

Natural Woman – Aretha Franklin

Oh – Dave Matthews Band

One Fine Day – The Chiffons

Sleep Walk – Santo and Johnny

Someone to Watch Over Me – Allison Iraheta

Sunrise, Sunset – from “Fiddler on the Roof”

Truly – Lionel Ritchie

Unforgetable – Nat King Cole

What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong/Eva Cassidy

When I Fall in Love – Nat King Cole/Celine Dion

Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton

You are the Best Thing – Gladys Knight/Ray LaMontagne

You Are the Sunshine Of My Life – Stevie Wonder

You Send Me – Sam Cooked

You’re Still the One – Shania Twain/Lee Dwyze

You’re The Inspiration – Chicago

Light Jazz & Big Band Standards

A Foggy Day – Swing

All Blues – Swing

All of Me – Swing

Alley Cat – Swing

Always – Waltz

Another You – Swing

As Time Goes By – Ballad

Autumn Leaves – Ballad

Anniversary Waltz – Waltz

Blue Bossa – Latin

Blue Monk – Swing

Body and Soul – Ballad

C Jam Blues – Swing

Caravan – Swing

Comin’ Home Baby – Michael Buble

Cottontail – Swing

Desafinado – Latin

Don’t Get Around Much – Swing

Fascination – Waltz

Fly Me to the Moon – Swing

Four – Swing

Freddy the Freeloader – Swing

Georgia – Ballad

Here’s That Rainy Day – Ballad

How High the Moon – Swing

I Can’t Get Started – Ballad

In A Mellow Tone – Swing

In a Sentimental Mood – Ballad

In The Mood – Swing

Isn’t It Romantic – Ballad

It Had to be You – Swing

Just Friends – Swing

Lazy Bird – Swing

Little Sunflower – Latin

Love – Swing

Lullaby of Birdland – Swing

Meditation – Latin

Misty – Ballad

Moonlight Serenade – Ballad

My Buddy – Waltz

My Funny Valentine – Ballad

My Little Boat – Latin

My One and Only Love – Ballad

My Romance – Ballad

Never on a Sunday – Latin

New York, New York – Swing

Nica’s Dream – Latin

Once I Loved – Latin

One Note Samba – Latin

Perdido – Swing

Poor Butterfly – Latin

San Francisco – Ballad

Satin Doll – Swing

Scotch and Soda – Swing

Song For My Father – Latin

Stardust – Ballad

Stella by Starlight – Latin

Stompin’ at the Savoy – Swing

Straight, No Chaser – Swing

String of Pearls – Swing

Sugar – Swing

Summer Samba – Latin

Summertime – Ballad

Sunny – Easy Rock

Take The A Train – Swing

Tennessee Waltz – Waltz

The Days of Wine and Roses – Swing

The Girl from Ipanema – Latin

The Shadow of Your Smile – Latin

The Song Is You – Swing

There Is No Greater Love – Swing

There Will Never Be Another You – Swing

Tuxedo Junction – Swing

Wave – Latin

What a Wonderful World – Ballad

What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life – Ballad

When I Fall In Love – Ballad

When Sunny Gets Blue – Ballad

Yesterday – Ballad

Client Reviews

Souled Out was fantastic! With this being the first time that we have done this event, we weren’t sure on attendance and how much space we needed for various activities. Regardless of all of that, Souled Out brought the party! The event was a huge hit and I believe a huge contributor to that success was the entertainment that Souled Out provided us all night. We only intended on this event to be a one-time celebration. However, the overwhelming feedback that we have heard from our patrons, has us considering making it an annual event. We will have a meeting later this month to discuss and determine the possibility of this. We may look at making it during a different time of year (even though New Year’s was REALLY fun!) – Amanda

The band was fantastic.  They made the reception a great time for everyone involved.  Their music was performed flawlessly and they were extremely entertaining and engaging with the crowd.  I can’t recommend them highly enough.  Thank you for your patience and assistance getting everything set up.  I sincerely appreciate your help throughout the process.  Thanks again, and I look forward to booking Souled Out again for my next party. – Kent Wedding

Souled out was amazing! They did everything exactly as we planned and the guests were completely thrilled with them.  We attended a wedding at the Ritz Carlton in Dallas 2 weeks ago where they hired a band from Los Angeles. Souled Out was every bit as good, if not better!  They are talented, personable and completely professional. It was a pleasure working with them, you and Box Talent. – Linda

EVERYONE LOVED Souled Out!! They really were just PERFECT! It could not have been more WONDERFUL! Very fun when they were playing their instruments and walking around on the dance floor. Would absolutely recommend them! For the price they are a “STEAL of a DEAL” – Dana G.

Souled Out was fantastic – great music, great entertainers. Everyone at the party was amazed and wanted to know where we found the band. – Joe

I cannot tell you how impressed I was with the band. They are professional in every sense of the word. They are extremely talented and the guests absolutely loved them. I was most impressed with their ability to create an experience that seemed flawless from everyone’s perspective while rolling with the changes in timing and schedule from my end. I am very grateful. Please let them know how pleased I am and how wonderful they were to work with. – Holly

The band couldn’t have been better! Everyone had a great time. Many guests have complimented the music and Preston and I couldn’t have been more pleased. – Emily

Souled Out was an absolute hit!  I knew they would be:)  Everyone loved them and they did a wonderful job. I’m recommending them to everyone I know!  Thanks again for all your help!  The wedding was a huge success. Thank you! – Haley

We could not be happier. Souled Out was amazing! All of our guests commented on how great they were and how much fun they had. Jacobi was super easy to work with and made the entire process a breeze, which was so nice as planning a wedding can be stressful. The band did a wonderful job keeping the reception moving (which was great since I had no clue what I was doing J) and playing a fun selection of songs. We would definitely use Souled Out and Box Talent in the future. Thank you so much! – Sarah

Souled Out was FABULOUS! They were absolutely wonderful to work with from start to finish. They were EXCELLENT entertainment, and the crowd loved them. We were sad to see them go at the end of the night. I love a band that gets all ages on their feet dancing. I also loved when the horns came out on the dance floor with the crowd. It created such energy for our guests. I would highly recommend Souled Out to anyone! – Kimberely W.

Lisa and I thought the band was tremendous!  Very few people left early as often happens with receptions.  They were out there on the dance floor! – Jim & Lisa

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