Kung Pow Band

Kung Pow!

Kung Pow! has been wowing audiences across the Southeast and East Coast for over 12 Years. Specializing in Private Parties, Weddings, Corporate Events, Proms, and College Shows, this charisma-charged 5ive piece band features the gorgeous Maryann Witt on Lead Vocals.

This gorgeous and sexy Cincinnati, Ohio native is a professional dance instructor who uses her dance moves, vocal power, and stage presence, to get the crowds to their feet in no time! Her girl-next-door personality wins over audiences of all ages.

Guitarist Toddzilla Austin’s guitar skills, dance moves, and screamin’ smokestack pompadour create a show in unto itself. The keyboard magic of Josh Rosen is perfectly matched to the rock solid bass playing and vocals of Adrian Gireaux and his spinning bass! Derrick McCullough’s precision drumming, harmonies, and lead vocals provides the driving dance force and grooves that make Kung Pow! as much fun to hear as well as see!

Kung Pow! is it! This group combines experience, showmanship, versatility, and variety, making them one of the Southeast’s most popular bands. Kung Pow! is non-stop fun featuring songs from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and Today!

Please make sure to visit the band’s References Page to read what buyers have had to say about the band!

Sample Song List


B-52’s – Love Shack
Bangles – Manic Monday
Backstreet Boys – Larger Than Life
Beastie Boys – Fight for Your Right
Blondie – Call Me
Bon Jovi – Bad Name, Living On a Prayer
Bryan Adams – Summer of ’69
Cameo – Word up
Carl Douglas – Kung Fu Fighting
The Cars – Just What I Needed
Cheap Trick – Surrender
Cindi Lauper – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
Commodores – Brick House
Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar on Me
Delight – Seafood Sizzling
Divinyls – I Touch Myself
Dixie Chicks – Goodbye Earl
Duran Duran – Hungry like a Wolf
The Escape Club – Wild, Wild West
Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams
The Gap Band – You Dropped a Bomb on Me
Go-Go’s – We Got the Beat

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Kung Pow! was last modified: March 21st, 2016 by Jason Guinn