The Confidentials' Story
The Confidentials are known as “The Midwest’s Premier Party Host”, performing throughout the Midwest and beyond, while collecting fans from across the country for well over 25 years. Orginally spawning in Lincoln, NE amidst the progressive college underground scene in the late-80s, The Confidentials' style is reminiscent of the soulful ballads of Motown, infused with the crispness of the Tijuana Bass.
The Confidentials' ever-expanding fans will testify: “Harmony is not just a musical concept - it’s a personal goal.” The Confidentials have performed at a number of different events, from private celebrations to popular nightclub appearances and public concerts. In February 2016, The Confidentials' cover of the soul classic “Love Train” was used in the HBO mini series “Vinyl", a story about a growing record company in the 70s.
The Confidentials, fronted by the Spurgeon brothers Stan and Steve, is composed of 11 seasoned performers who are known for their funky, soulful, and spirited performances. The Confidentials playlist includes an incredible mix of the popular sounds of today and the timeless tunes of yesterday, infused with themes of celebration, family and unity.
The Confidentials features a powerhouse 3 piece horn section, and driving rhythm section. In 2016 the band added female vocalists, Tiffany White-Welchen and Donna Ball, from Omaha’s longest running musical “Beehive.”