Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we want the mood and atmosphere to continue even though the band is on a break. In fact, we’ll DJ and you’re welcome to give us a list of songs you want to hear or bring your own playlist.
Dates are held by a deposit (@$500.00) and a contract. After discussing your event details with us, we’ll send you a contract specifying when, where, band size, times, etc. then you will sign, date, copy and mail it back with the deposit. And the date is yours!
In order to give the best quote possible, e-mail us the date, place, nature of event and time. Please include any other pertinent details.
Yes we do! (2.75% for swiped cards and 3.5% processing fee for phoned in credit card numbers).
We also accept personal checks and cash payments. You can Venmo or paypal money to us as well.
We’re based in Jacksonville, Florida but we travel as schedules and budgets will allow.
Usually, we play what our clients want to hear. In fact, before each event we ask that our clients visit our song list and tell us what they like and don’t like. We play a wide variety of styles, such as all the classics from 40’s, 50’s and 60’s party tunes, Motown and 70’s disco hits to 80’s retro wave (checkout our Huge songlist). Songs that everyone will know and love to dance to! We like to keep it classy and fun, we play song to song with little or no pause to keep the dance floor jumping and your event grooving.
Most bands play 45 minute sets, but if everyone is dancing and having a good time, we’re not going to stop. We like to see people enjoy themselves and celebrate.
This really depends on the size of the band is. A five piece band would need approximately a 20ft wide by 10ft. deep. As for electricity, most events require two separate circuits (tripping the circuit breaker is a party killer). Larger events may require more circuits (due to Sound, Lighting and Effects).

Will you learn special songs?Of course! We want to make it special. So make your requests in advance so we can be prepared for your event.

Absolutely! Professionals know that dinner music means setting the mood so your guests can enjoy good conversation with their meal.
Pricing is quoted for 4 consecutive hours. Any additional time considered overtime. To calculate overtime pricing: Divide contracted price by 4 = hourly rate.
Yes! The Faze Band is insured. Some venues and properties require vendors to carry such insurance and will not allow uninsured vendors on property.
We understand that wedding receptions are the most important and expensive event that families will host. We don’t gouge & overprice our services. Because we’re full time professional musicians, we’re flexible and consistent. The Faze Band started in 1994 and being so well known that we don’t advertise often. Our reputation proceeds us and clients usually find us through referrals (satisfied clients), you can’t buy that!