From their signature mashups to their new throwbackPOP, these modern gentlemen offer today’s sound with influences from the past six decades.
Whether it’s Bruno Mars layered with Frankie Valli or an original inspired by MJ, the COMPANY MEN offer something for everyone.
Described by audiences as “non-stop excitement,” this Modern Day Rat Pack has audiences up on their feet, dancing and singing along.
Tell the men what YOU think:
Stuart, Shawn, Brian and Daniel greet every audience after the show!
Before they were the COMPANY MEN,
Stuart, Brian, Daniel and Shawn were “company men,”
working 9-to-5 jobs to support their families.
The group was created in a hot tub off the Vegas Strip.
In 2011, these four were moonlighting in a Frankie Valli tribute group. Relaxing after the show, they started talking about their dreams, their goals and their families. Quickly finding common ground, the four ventured out together to create their own work. They created the business, contracted the team, arranged and recorded music, and are now bringing their #throwbackPOP across the nation.
These modern gentlemen offer a unique blend of talent, personality and showmanship that harkens back to an earlier era, while pushing the boundaries of today’s current sound.
THEN: Prior Marine, Lt. in Coast Guard Reserve
NOW: “the GENTLEMAN”
THEN: Executive recruiter with the family firm
NOW: “the LOVER”
THEN: Website designer/
NOW: “the CHARMER”
THEN: Performer at a theme park
NOW: “the PLAYBOY”
Given the enthusiasm and thunderous ovation of the audience on the night I attended, it was clear The Company Men with the combination of sound, look, and tight choreography has struck a chord while developing its style of entertainment.
the COMPANY MEN are a great group of pros who know how to engage a room and a crowd. They had everyone singing, swaying and dancing!
…this group’s seamless mashups, dynamic choreography and attention-getting stage presence could dance The Company Men right into a permanent gig on the classier side of the Las Vegas Strip.
the COMPANY MEN were divine...simply divine!
Sounded great! They were in tuuuune...I like that.