The Tramps can be booked through this site. The Tramps entertainment booking site. The Tramps
is available for public concerts and events. The Tramps can be booked for
private events and The Tramps can be booked for corporate events and
meetings through this The Tramps booking page.
Unlike most middle agents that would mark
up the performance or appearance fee for The Tramps, we act as YOUR agent in
securing The Tramps at the best possible price. We go over the rider for
The Tramps and work directly with The Tramps or the responsible agent for
The Tramps to secure the talent for your event. We become YOUR agent,
representing YOU, the buyer.
In fact, in most cases we can negotiate for
the acquisition of The Tramps for international dates and newer promoters
providing you meet professional requirements.
The Tramps Biography
The Trammps began in Philadelphia in 1972 featuring vocalist, Jimmy Ellis, Harold 'Doc' Wade, Stanley Wade and Earl Young. The Trammps first recording, Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart , was a bona fide chart hit! Within the next few years, Buddah Records recorded several of The Trammps hits, including Hold Back The Night and Where Do We Go From Here in 1974. In mid-1975, The Trammps became one of Atlantic Records hottest Disco recording Acts. Their first Album with Atlantic yielded tracts Hooked For Life and Where The Happy People Go which became their biggest Pop hit to date and continues to rank as one of the most recognizable songs of its era! Other Trammps' hits on Atlantic included Disco Party , Body Contact , I feel Like I've Been Livin'(On the Dark Side Of The Moon) , The Night The Lights Went out and Soul Bones which featued a harmonica solo by Stevie Wonder. The Pinnacle of The Trammps career was their Atlantic sound track, Disco Inferno . In 1977 Disco Infereno was the hottest song on the international Disco scene and the Group was recognized as the best performing group by one of new York's most popular Club's, 2001 Space Oddesey, the location for the motion picture, Saturday Night Fever. The Sound track for the movie, which naturally included Disco Inferno , was the industry's biggest selling album to date and won The Trammps a Grammy Award in 1979!