If you like the horn-oriented classic rock bands of the seventies you’re going to love Hard@Play!


This dynamic nine-piece band belts out loads of high-energy tunes that are exciting and fun for audiences of all ages. Hard@Play is best known for covering such as Chicago, Blood Sweat and Tears, Steely Dan and Santana but their song list includes hits from Cake, Al Green, Huey Lewis and the News, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, The Doobie Brothers and more.

These guys play for the shear fun of it, and it shows. If you’re looking for entertainment to add energy and excitement to any event, give Hard@Play a call. They’re perfect for high-end corporate events, festivals, private parties, fundraisers and wedding receptions.

Get ready for the time of your life! 

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Long Train Runnin'-Doobie Brothers

Does Anybody Really Know…-Chicago


Gimme Some Lovin'-Spencer Davis/Sam and Dave

Let's Stay Together-Al Green

Peg-Steely Dan

God Bless the Child-Blood Sweat and Tears

Will It Go Round in Circles-Billy Preston

Just The Way You Are-Billy Joel

I'm A MaChicago

Rockin' Down The Highway-Doobie Brothers

Evil Ways-Santana

Everybody's Everything-Santana

My Old School-Steely Dan

Spinning Wheel-Blood Sweat and Tears

Superstition-Stevie Wonder

Dock of the Bay-Otis Redding

Make Me Smile-Chicago

Saturday in the Park-Chicago

Since I Fell for You-Buddy Johnson/Al Jarreau version

I Guess That's Why/Tiny Dancer-Elton John

Hi De Ho-Blood Sweat and Tears

Power of Love-Huey Lewis and the News

Minute ByMinute-Doobie Brothers

Sir Duke-Stevie Wonder

Takin' it to the Streets-Doobie Brothers

Them Changes-Buddy Miles

Take Me To the River-Al Green / Hodges


More Today Than Yesterday-Spiral Staircase

You've Made Me So Very Happy-Blood Sweat and Tears

Ain't No Sunshine-Bill Withers

He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother-The Hollies

Vehicle-Ides of March

Frankenstein-Edgar Winter Group

25 or 6 to 4-Chicago