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The Pulse Of Boston / Press

"From Jazz, Motown, R&B, Standards, Ceremonial, weddings, clubs, private or corporate functions; and whatever else you can think of if you're looking for a band that can do it all, this is the band for you".

Stu Taylor - Business 1060, WBIX-AM/Boston

“We LOVED having The Pulse of Boston play at the Picnic In The Park at Fenway this year! And we would love to promote your great band in some way. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND The Pulse of Boston. THANK YOU AGAIN for your generous musical donation – it was a great Picnic -- and we are happy to recommend you to any and all so consider making us a reference!”

Meg Vaillancourt, Exec. Dir. & Sr. V.P.- - Boston Red Sox Foundation

“The 20th annual Casino Royale event to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, sponsored, in part by the Boston Bruins Foundation, was held. The event included hors' d'oeuvres, live music by The Pulse OF Boston, and a silent auction offering goods such as weekend getaways and Celtics tickets. And, of course, Vegas-style gambling. The event helped to fund research and clinical trials to help find a cure for the disease, which affects 30,000 children and adults in the U.S. The Pulse Of Boston had hundreds of event goers partying and dancing all night and left the participants calling for more. This band definitely helped the event to be a huge success. Thanks to The Pulse Of Boston.”

Boston Magazine & Bostonmagazine.com

“The Pulse of Boston, Boston’s premier party and dance band, got the crowd moving and shaking at the Mike Lowell Foundation Casino Night benefit, Sunday night, Aug 30th. The House of Blues was turned into a Las Vegas casino for the night, with gaming tables contributed by Mohegan Sun. Red Sox players Mike Lowell, David Ortiz, Jason Varitek were spotted in the crowd. The band broke into a pulsating version of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean,” a fitting tribute to the King of Pop. The dance floor was soon full and gyrating, and when singer Pedro Rivera called out from the stage to ask if the crowd was having fun, hands went up and bodies twirled. The audience was obviously enjoying themselves, as the nine piece band brought the energy level higher and higher. The Pulse of Boston played great renditions of popular dance classics, hip-hop, Latin music and Motown, including a scorching version of Aretha Franklin’s “RESPECT.” They are "The Best" local band we have seen in years a”

Boston Music Examiner