Harold Sulman, President of Los Angeles-based Mailboat Records, today announced the signing of yacht rock superstars Yachtley Crew to the label. In addition, "The Titans Of Soft Rock" have just announced a set of monthly performances that begin the weekend of November 18th at Palms Casino Resort's KAOS, with upcoming dates scheduled in December and February 2023.
Yachtley Crew has spent the past few years selling out shows across the U.S., performing online during covid, and gathering a fan base of "Crewpies" that is unsurpassed. Having signed with legendary rock manager Andy Gould (Lionel Richie, Rob Zombie, Guns N' Roses, Linkin Park, etc.), the band recently recorded their very first ORIGINAL song, "Sex On The Beach," which was produced and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge (Stevie Nicks, Steven Tyler, Keith Urban, Bruce Springsteen.) The song debuted on the LA radio station 95.5 KLOS in April. Yachtley Crew added it to their recent live in-studio performance on the SiriusXM Radio Yacht Rock 311 show as the first-ever Yacht Rock band to perform at the station. Longtime agent Jim Lenz at TKO books Yachtley Crew.
"After seeing Yachtley Crew live at a sold-out show in Los Angeles, witnessing the band's top-notch talent and incredibly fun show, we thought it would be a perfect fit for Mailboat. We look forward to setting sail together for a great adventure!" - Harold Sulman, Mailboat Records
"While other companies expressed great interest, we knew Mailboat would be our new home! We couldn't be more excited to join forces with Jimmy Buffett's Mailboat Records and the entire family of Mailboat artists!" - Yachtley Crew
"The growth of Yachtley Crew has been amazing, and with the addition of Mailboat Records on our side, the future of Yachtley Crew is full speed ahead on an endless horizon!" - Andy Gould, CEO and President of Spectacle Entertainment.
Yachtley Crew will reel you in with their world-class musicianship as they perform timeless soft rock hits from Christopher Cross to Hall & Oates to Toto and more! They bring specific elements of fun and showmanship to their performances while entertaining younger and older audience members. Whether you're hearing these songs for the first time or remember singing along with them on your AM radio, you will love the look of their thematic nautical suits and highly entertaining choreography. Most of all, you will experience one of the best concerts of your life!