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POWERHOUSE, in its 30-year existence has played well over 1000 shows in festivals, clubs, theatres, private functions and corporate events in places everywhere from the US midwest to across the pond in Portugal and the Azores Islands.  The band, consisting of a full three-piece horn section, five-piece rhythm section and multi-lead vocalists, was originally formed to emulate the 60's soul/horn bands, revived again by the first Blues Brothers movie.  As the band developed, it retained this early Motown/Soul/R&B ‘feel’ while adding newer mostly horn and vocal-dominant material to their show.  Over the years, and through many personnel changes, the band has collected a wealth of material suitable for anything from intimate corporate events to a night of dancing in the clubs or large-venue, sit-down, outdoor festivals.  Although the band is well-travelled, playing shows throughout eastern and central North America, POWERHOUSE continues to perform regularly to a strong local following near their home base of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada where their trademark ‘wall-of-sound’ first originated, thirty years ago. For further information about the band, POWERHOUSE, feel free to contact us at: VEHICLEENTERTAINMENT@SYMPATICO.CA
POWERHOUSE Band -- Early 2000’s
POWERHOUSE Band -- Early 1990’s
POWERHOUSE Live -- September 2015 Burlington Ribfest -- Burlington, Ontario https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRN6jOb1QQI&feature=youtu.be
Songlist  Mustang Sally  Wilson Pickett (1966) Chain of Fools  Aretha Franklin (1967) I Heard It Through the Grapevine  Gladys Knight  & the Pips (1967) Think  Aretha Franklin (1968) Im a Man  Chicago Transit Authority (1969) Mama Told Me (Not to Come)  Three Dog Night (1970) 25 or 6 to 4  Chicago Transit Authority (1970) Colour My World  Chicago Transit Authority (1970) Vehicle  Ides of March (1970) Make Me Smile  Chicago Transit Authority (1970) Keep Playing that Rock'n Roll  Edgar Winter (1971) Superstition  Stevie Wonder (1972) Will It Go Round in Circles  Billy Preston (1972) Saturday in the Park  Chicago Transit Authority (1972) Flip, Flop & Fly  Downchild Blues Band (1973) Lady Marmalade  Patti LaBelle (1974) Taking it to the Streets  Doobie Brothers (1976) I Wish  Stevie Wonder (1976) I Know a Little  Lynyrd Skynyrd (1977) If You Leave Me Now  Chicago (1977) Hotel California  Eagles (1977) Mama Let Him Play  Gerry Doucette (1978) Ooh Baby Baby  Linda Rondstadt (1978) Still Got the Blues (For You)  Gary Moore (1990) Valerie  Amy Winehouse (2007) 	 and many, many more.