East Bay Drive featuring Rhett & John – How Deep Is Your Love (Bee Gees Cover)

East Bay Drive featuring Elizabeth Sexton Rivers on Vocals – Hey Little Man ( Bonnie Raitt Original)

East Bay Drive featuring Laurie Sears on Sax Never Can Say Goodbye (Clifton Davis Cover)

East Bay Drive featuring Elizabeth Sexton Rivers on Vocals – ​I Can’t Make You Love Me (Bonnie Raitt Cover)

East Bay Drive featuring Laurie Sears on Sax Maputo | Marcus Miller | David Sanborn | Bob James | Cover

East Bay Drive Blues Force | FourPlay | Cover

Your live streaming team did an excellent job at our community talk on Saturday!  Thank you!!
Everyone that I spoke to that tuned in online for the live streaming was able to hear the talk very well over the internet and the picture was great, as well!
Please thank your team for their very professional work!  Thank you for providing us with a copy of the talk.  We have been given permission by our speaker to post it on our church website and it can be found on YouTube.   We are grateful to you for working with us as a non-profit church organization.  It means a lot to us with our modest budget!! 🙂   We would very much like to work with you and your company again and will touch base when our plans unfold for the next event later this year!  Your professional videography /live streaming talents have helped to extend the reach of this inspiring message far beyond what we will ever know.
Joan Sturmer, First Church of Christ, Scientist - Traverse City
Many, many thanks for the fine work on the video you did of Bruce and his tour at the Music House.  He probably told you that this was done as an accommodation to  Dr. Bradley Taylor, now retired from the museum dept. at U of M, as a program for the lunch lecture series at his church in A2.  I participated in the zoom meeting yesterday, as did Bruce and a couple other Board members.  The program was very well received ,and the video was great.  Most of the 50 or so viewers had not been to the museum, and I am sure we are going to get some donations and foot traffic as a result.
If you and the rest of your company ever need references for your work, don’t hesitate to ask any of us.
We look forward to continued collaborations in the years to come.
Gratefully yours,
MHM Board President
Dorothy Clore, Music House Museum

About Music Hub

This company was born out of the necessity to lift up musicians that have been hit hard by the recent pandemic.  Most musicians have had the majority of their gigs cancelled locally and world wide.  While few have been able to livestream through their mobile phones to keep their audiences happy some still struggle with the technology and the online shows have been relatively flat with less than desired sound quality.