Cuzin Richard Entertainment

The Art of Entertainment

Music * Comedy * Specialty Acts & More

At Cuzin Richard Entertainment (CREA), we know that the right entertainer can take your event to the next level. We offer more than 40 years of experience in the entertainment industry and are experts at partnering the right act with the right event. We bring our clients the smoothest jazz, coolest rock and hippest DJs. Our connections with top comedians guarantee hilarity, and we offer a wide range of specialty acts, from spell-binding magicians to caricature artists, jugglers and much more.  Headliners we have worked with include Diana Krall, The Cars and Wendy Liebman. We also work with rising local stars.



With over a century of live performance experience with musical influences ranging from Alternative to Classic Rock and Country, this group of seasoned musicians can entertain any crowd or venue.  Strong vocals and harmonies and a diverse set list provide a party like atmosphere wherever this band performs.  Although the name is new the players are well known and carry a large following to fill any bar or nightclub from Portland to Boston. 

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Hailed as “New England’s Best Beatles Tribute Band” by the British Beer Company, Studio Two: The Beatles Tribute celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America. Unlike other Fab Four tribute bands, Studio Two focuses on the most exciting and fun time in the Beatles’ career--the club and touring years. This was the time when live audiences went wild, when the Beatles crafted their unique sound, when they took the world by storm--and changed everything.

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Representing Somalia, Tanzania and Burundi and currently living in Burlington, Vermont, A2VT synthesizes their native African musical and dance roots with Western pop and Hip Hop sensibilities. Their songs, performed in up to eight unique languages, reflect their journey from Africa to America, and celebrate the musical collision of two continents and the party that ensues!

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The Pork Low Mainers are an instrumental jazz trio comprised of University of New Hampshire music graduates who have been performing and teaching in New England for several years. The trio consists of Portsmouth native and Tommy Gallant Scholarship recipient, Max Logue on piano and guitar, Wolfeboro’s Kingswood High School music department head, Bobby Burns, on saxophone and Gardner “Tiger” Rulon-Miller on bass. They perform classic jazz tunes as well as contemporary jazz and pop/rock tunes with a jazz twist.

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Dueling Pianos is a massive "top of your lungs" sing along with all your friends. Two grand pianos are center-stage with a team of outrageously talented pianists that seem to know every song ever written. During the high-energy show, two piano players sit across from each other and trade songs as various sections of the audience are pitted against each other (men vs. women, country vs. rock etc.) Each show is different because it is all request. Audience members are regularly called up on stage for a bit of good humored fun. We dare you to not sing along!

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The band was born 12 years ago in Central New Hampshire when three outcasts met on common ground for their love of the blues. Throughout school, they reminded active as a trio and picked up a local fan base as word spread around their small state. In 2009, a road trip landed the band in Mississippi where a college education’s worth of blues schooling took place for the next several years. This is when the band began hitting the road hard playing from San Antonio to Key West to Boston, and everywhere in between. Thousands of miles of road and hundreds of honky-tonks serve as the backdrop to what the MVB does; Play The Blues.

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Jazz, blues and pop alternative vocalist, Shelli LaTorre, performs on the concert stage, in restaurants, and at private functions.  In addition to her regular gigs, Shelli has sold-out Shanghai Jazz in Madison, New Jersey, one of DownBeat's Top 100 Great Jazz Clubs, performed at Trumpets, the Brownstone, and the Liberty House in New Jersey, Vanderbilt's in both Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York, Bowman's Tavern in New Hope, Pennsylvania, the Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys in Baltimore, Maryland, the Harvard Club of Boston, the Chatham Bars Inn in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and many other clubs throughout the East coast. Shelli has a warm and radiant voice that shines through in her extensive repertoire. She personalizes every song with natural rhythms and harmonic sensibility. Versatile and creative, Shelli evokes a passion and emotion with her ballads and generates playful, seductive interpretations of upbeat standards. She performs as a soloist as well as in varied ensembles from intimate duos and trios to 18-piece big bands. Examples of her expertise can be heard on her two CD’s--Full Circle, a CD depicting Shelli’s musical journey through an eclectic mix of American and jazz standards, vocalese, blues and Brazilian repertoire; and From the Hudson’s Jersey Side, a CD that features many treasured classics in Big Band form from the Great American Songbook.

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Andy is a concert violinist and fiddler who has shared the stage with symphonies, pop stars and country luminaries. As bandleader for the nineties rock group Thanks to Gravity, Andy toured extensively with the likes of Guster, Train, Matchbox 20 and the Dave Matthews Band. He later toured with country singer Don Campbell, where he opened for country legends Willie Nelson, Randy Travis, George Jones and Charlie Daniels. He currently performs with classical improv group Aeterna Trio, and with master luthier Jon Cooper in the Americana mashup Chickenwire. Andy is also Lead Producer with new classical music label PARMA Recordings. He has worked with the Moravian Philharmonic in the Czech Republic, the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus and the New England String Quartet, among others.

Andy was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2014 for Producer of the Year, Classical.

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