Michelle Licata is Long Islands premier booking agent for live bands and performances. She has made a name for herself in this industry as being fair, ethical, respectful and fearless. She always has the best interests of both her clients and the talent she represents. She has guided the careers of many talented bands with her suggestions and concerns. Michelle has an understanding as to what’s in the best interests of both the bands, singers and the clients as well. Under Michelle’s watch, bands such as Disco Unlimited have now become Long Island and New York’s top Classic Disco cover band that is completely booked. The difference with Michelle and other booking agents is that once someone books her talent, she then begins a non-stop relentless support of that venue through social networks. She believes in long term relationships in business and that by being fair to both the talent and the venues it’s a win win for all concerned. She was the perfect fit to be a producer of the sold out DISCO INFERNO and FREESTYLE events at Resorts World Casino.
Bob Goodrich has been involved in the New York & Long Island hospitality industry for years. He has managed, operated, promoted and marketed over a hundred bars, restaurants, nightclubs and events throughout his career. From owning his first nightclub the Lemontree back in the late 70’s to producing the largest nightclub party in New York’s history at Exit which attracted over 10,000 people in a single night. From major successful nights and events at Studio 54, The Roxy, Palladium, Limelight, The Tunnel, Mirage, Soundfactory, Roseland, Webster Hall, Copacabana & Exit to today’s legendary Body English Tuesdays, the Vetro rooftop summer parties and to the sold out Disco Inferno & Freestyle events at Resorts World Casino in Queens, the list just goes on and on. But whether a large venue or a small lounge, the promotional tools have always been the same, personalization, hospitality & repore. Embracing the individual especially in today’s times is what differentiates the events that Bob produces. To Bob it was never about a thousand people coming to a venue but one person a thousand times.