Denver’s Most “Unique” Eighties Tribute Band!
unique |yoōˈnēk|adjective – being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else
Even though Denver has its share of Eighties Tribute bands, Ronnie Raygun is the only one to sport the wildest costumes.
This is something they started in 1998 when they rolled into Denver as Boogie Machine, The Super 70’s Disco Dynamo. The giant afros, bell-bottoms and platform shoes were something to behold as people craned their necks to get another look.
In 2001, Ronnie Raygun carried on the tradition of big, out-of-this-world wigs with a full complement of spandex, fingerless gloves, Vans and Wayfarer sunglasses.
Totally bitchin’ retro dude! This ain’t no disco. this ain’t no foolin’ around.
Giant sticky hair abounds and the New Wave beat throbs in your cranium, direct from the time when music and fashion were larger than life. Feel free to cruise on up to that wave and say, “Hey bud, let’s party!”
Want the party without the costumes? We can do that too.
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A lot of fun.
A lot of fun. Good sense of humor. Everyone was impressed by the band.Chris H.Wedding Reception
Party till the cows come home!
I have been to several events where Ronnie Raygun was the featured band and they were fabulous!!! I have also retained them for a team event and they were everything you would want for the entertainment. They sound so wonderfully 80’s funky and authentic. People can’t help but get up and dance. Everyone totally enjoyed themselves. We all partied till the “cows come home” and wanted more. I would highly recommend this band to any event planner. You will not be disappointed!Anjila Stimack
Best 80’s Band!
Ronnie Raygun and the Big Eighties are by far the best 80’s band I have ever seen. Not only did they come to my rescue the day of my event, but they blew everyone away! For a company party, I have never seen so many employees dance the entire night away. I still get compliments on how amazing the band was. They had such a variety of songs and had everyone engaged. It was like Bon Jovi, Billy Idol, Journey, Pat Benatar and all of the classic 80’s bands were actually there! They were such a pleasure to work with and are extremely talented. I recommend them for any occasion!Natalie Gillespie
Impressive captivating band!
We have been entertained by Ronnie Raygun for two of our company parties and will have them perform again in the future. Everyone (various age group) at our parties loved their unique style and outstanding performances! Great dance music!Mary Bowles-CookVCG Holding Corp.
My wife and I first saw Boogie Machine at The Church when we were dating. They were so awesome, and so fun, we had them at our wedding. Several years later, I invited them to play at my company kickoff and everyone had so much fun, we’ve had them back every year since. In fact, they’ve nearly become our official company band. Here’s what you need to know, they are nearly perfect, and the 70’s and 80’s songs will get everyone on the dance floor and singing in minutes. They Rock!AndrePing Identity
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