1.) Because after the wedding, the last thing you need is for your car not to start and you wind up asking Mom for a lift to the airport. After all the wedding planning, make sure that the limo is out front waiting for you after that opulent event in Los Angeles.
2.) Parties in Los Angeles can get pretty wild. And no matter what your intentions are, you might succumb to a drink or two-even if you’re the Designated Driver. So take our word for it, leave the keys to the Aston Martin at home, and have some real fun. Drop by your friends’ house in a luxury limousine and take that party on the road. The driver won’t drink. Promise.
3.) You won’t be able to find parking at that red-carpet event. If you have been invited to that super-important premier or that once-in-a-lifetime unveiling, the last thing you need is to find yourself parking at a garage halfway across town somewhere. In some alley. In the dark. Behind a Dumpster full of rotten spaghetti and used needles. No, it’s a better idea to rent an awesome executive limo from some reputable place in Los Angeles and leave the parking worries behind. A good luxury limo has room for you, your significant other, and any hairdressers or spokespersons or other important attaches you may need.
4.) It’s cheaper to land the contract up front than to do damage control. It has been said that prevention is better than a pound of cure, and that definitely applies to dealing with VIPs. If you want to make sure you close this deal, make sure that they have a comfortable ride to you. Roll out the red carpet and welcome them to your home or place of business with a stretch limo rental in Los Angeles. Nothing leaves a sour taste in the mouth of a potential client like trying to grab a taxi to find you. In some alley. In the dark. Behind a Dumpster… wait. We already went there. A luxury limousine will ensure that this person makes it to your door on time, dry, and in a great mood.
5.) A limousine party is a better choice than the bus. Lots of people have found that party buses can be a big drag. They’re noisy, and loud, and they bump around so much that you’re always dropping your peanuts in the drink of the cute chick you spent so much time inviting to the shindig. A party in a limousine is a lot more fun. Not only is the ride better, but it has more room for fewer people. So the day after your birthday party, your best friends aren’t saying, “Dude, that party was not worth the hangover.” And your not-so-best friends aren’t saying, “Dude, how come I wasn’t invited? The bus was big enough for all of us.” Rent a luxury stretch limousine in Los Angeles and make it a birthday to remember.
STANLEY CLARKE BAND
Bassist Stanley Clarke was barely out of his teens when he exploded into the jazz world in 1971. Fresh out of the Philadelphia Academy of Music, he arrived in New York City and immediately landed jobs with famous bandleaders such as Horace Silver, Art Blakey, Dexter Gordon, Joe Henderson, Pharaoh Saunders, Gil Evans, Stan Getz and a budding young pianist-composer named Chick Corea.
All of these musicians immediately recognized Clarke's ferocious dexterity and complete musicality on the acoustic bass. Not only was he an expert at crafting bass lines and functioning as a timekeeper – in keeping with his instrument's traditional role – but the young prodigy also possessed a sense of lyricism and melody distilled from his bass heroes Charles Mingus, Scott LaFaro and others, as well as non-bass players like John Coltrane. Clarke envisioned the bass as a viable, melodic solo instrument positioned at the front of the stage rather than in a background role, and he was uniquely qualified to take it there.
The vision became a reality when Clarke and Corea formed the seminal electric jazz/fusion band Return To Forever. RTF was a showcase for each of the quartet's strong musical personalities, composing prowess and instrumental voices. "We really didn't realize how much of an impact we were having on people at the time," Clarke recalls. "We were touring so much then; we would just make a record and then go back on the road." The band recorded eight albums, two of which were certified gold (Return To Forever and the classic Romantic Warrior). They also won a GRAMMY (No Mystery) and received numerous nominations while touring incessantly.