Jersey's Own HOI POLLOI has been playing at wedding receptions, corporate & private parties, birthday parties, graduation celebrations, ceremonial fertility rituals, and clubs for some time now.
We've met a lot of great people at the restaurants, bars, catering halls, and other venues we've played throughout New Jersey, New York, and the surrounding areas.
Wondering if we're free in the future? Check out our calendar.
NOTE: When looking at the calendar, you might see the word "BUSY" on a date you're looking to book us. But get in touch with us anyway...there's always a chance we can work something out!!
Here's a list of places you might have seen us before:
The Excel spreadsheet below contains a list of songs we've played at weddings, clubs, and parties since 1991.
Here's how to use the spreadsheet.
To scroll the spreadsheet up & down:
NOTE: This works on a phone/tablet, but works best on a computer.
To download the spreadsheet to your Computer or Device:
Download the Excel spreadsheet by pressing the first button at the bottom right of the spreadsheet. This will download the Excel file, which is especially helpful if you're a bride & groom and need some time to suggest a few songs for your playlist.
If you know Excel well, you might know how to use the filters, which can show only wedding songs, only certain artists, etc. Go ahead and give it a try.
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Variety! Variety! Variety!
At last count we knew about 700 songs (and if you ask us to, we'll fake the stuff that we don't know).
Below is a scrolling (and downloadable) Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet with a bunch of songs that we've played in the band's history. We're sure you'll find a few of your favorites!
Since we've been together for a number of years, and we play in rock clubs, civic events, backyards, weddings, and catering halls, we've learned to play favorites from the Forties to the...well...to whatever you call these "two-thousand-sum-teen" years. The "teenies" maybe?
Of course, some of these songs might not be well practiced right now, so if you throw a request at us we might be a little rusty on it. But, with enough forewarning, we can play any old favorite you might dream up.