Felix and Fingers was back in Cajun country last weekend for the Sigma Phi Epsilon’s Baton Rouge Register Party. We found a great new venue in the Register Whiskey and Wine Bar and some new friends too.
Baton Rouge Register Party
We had to change some perceptions about dueling pianos to the staff at the Register Whiskey and Wine Bar in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The owner and managers admitted to us that they had no idea what dueling pianos were. Although they had no idea, they still thought it would be lame. Even after seeing our full stage set up they were leery. Boy did we change their perception. The very minute we started the crowd embraced the idea and went NUTS. Really, they did. We had them singing their hearts out all night long and when it was time to go, they screamed for us to keep on playing. But the venue had to close so we did too.
And that owner and those managers? Well, they were more than impressed and admitted they were completely wrong in expecting something lame. Lame?! Felix and Fingers?! No way, never, nada. In fact, the entire staff agreed that out of all the live music they’d ever hired; bands, dj, etc., we were the best they’d ever seen and rocked their venue like they never though possible. Wow! What an endorsement. They said they would be contacting us again very soon and we can’t wait to go back. We loved this place.
The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity chose a great venue in the Register. With its spacious dance floor and great whiskey and wine selection, you couldn’t go wrong. The vintage elements really give this place a ton of character. They have an outdoor patio and cigar area as well as room for private parties. Click here if you would like to see more of this great downtown Baton Rouge location. We know we can’t wait to see more of it.
With all of the whiskey and wine going around, it wasn’t surprising that the crowd let loose and totally got down. This group had us going all night with some great requests such as Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance and Halsey’s Eastside. We had a lot of country music lovers too and played Jake Owen’s Down to the Honkytonk and Chris Stapleton’s Millionaire. Whatever we played, they seemed to love it and their wonderful energy made this night a night to remember for a long, long time.
The Baton Rouge Register Party was such a fun event. If you are planning the entertainment for your organization’s next get together, give us a call–or an email. You will find the necessary information by clicking here. We hope to see you soon!