Granyon Summer party
Proposal No

Granyon Summer party

Proposal No
Last update
June 14, 2024
Contact at JSP
Angela Cosentino
Event Date
July 19, 2024
Event Location
Event Type
For Fun

Hi Mikkel

Thank you for your interest in a few global superstars to spice up your upcoming summer party! We have collected a few amazing talents for you and encourage you to let us know if you feel they are a match or you would like to explore further.

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The Killers

Known for

Mr. Brightside

Somebody Told Me

When You Were Young

Read My Mind

The Killers dropped English synth-pop down into their glitzy, scuzzy Las Vegas world, and a familiar sound became brand new. The group launched in 2001, when frontman Brandon Flowers—then working in casinos—answered a classified ad from guitarist Dave Keuning; they wrote their breakout single, “Mr. Brightside,” at their first meeting. Rounded out by drummer Ronnie Vannucci and bassist Mark Stoermer, they rose to popularity with 2004’s glammy, post-punk Hot Fuss, its single "Somebody Told Me" a cheeky summary of a million conversations in the clubs. While initially seeming like a flashier counterpart to the dourness of The Strokes and Interpol, The Killers traded synthesizers for more guitars in the early 2000s, introducing a new sound akin to U2 and Springsteen on albums like 2006’s Sam’s Town and 2017’s Wonderful Wonderful. They do believe in love and rock, but they seem to feel a little sheepish about it as they get ready to go out. They returned in 2020 with their sixth album, Imploding the Mirage, and the Lindsey Buckingham-assisted single “Caution.” The song serves as both a return to roots and a mission statement for their future, as Flowers told Apple Music that it reminded The Killers of a universal truth: "Rock 'n' roll can be transcendent.”

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Known for

With or Without You

Where the Streets Have No Name

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

Sunday Bloody Sunday

Pride (In the Name of Love)

Beautiful Day



New Year's Day


No band has embodied the fundamental belief that rock ’n’ roll can change the world quite like U2. As their late-’70s post-punk peers were intent on deconstructing rock music into shards of rhythm and discord, the Dublin quartet of Bono (vocals), The Edge (guitars), Adam Clayton (bass), and Larry Mullen Jr. (drums) redirected that wiry energy to more impassioned, altruistic use, transforming themselves into a generation-defining band that combined the idealistic fervor of The Clash with the game-changing pop-cultural omnipotence of The Beatles. On their 1983 breakthrough album, War, Bono emerged as alt-rock’s preeminent preacher man, his wailing voice embodying the futility of The Troubles on the raging “Sunday Bloody Sunday.” But upon enlisting producers Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois on 1984’s The Unforgettable Fire, U2 traded in punk-schooled fury for celebratory civil-rights anthems (“Pride [In the Name of Love]”) and slow-burn rapture (“Bad”), a transition that reached its apex on 1987’s The Joshua Tree (also produced by Eno and Lanois). With The Edge’s slashing style giving way to rippling textures, the album’s heart-racing hymns (“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” “Where the Streets Have No Name”) imbued U2’s arena-sized ardor with a spiritual grace, lending The Joshua Tree a universal appeal that made it one of the top-selling albums of all time. Comfortably nestled on their perch as the most popular rock band in the world, U2 only seemed to get bigger and bolder: 1991’s Achtung Baby and 1993’s Zooropa were daring explorations of post-rave rhythms that bookended the groundbreaking Zoo TV tour, which redefined the stadium spectacle as a sensory-overloading, multimedia extravaganza. But no matter where their musical curiosities led them, no matter how elaborate their stage shows get, and no matter how many world leaders Bono rubs shoulders with to further his activist work, U2 have never lost sight of their inspirational mission, with post-millennial highlights like “Beautiful Day” (2000) and “You’re the Best Thing About Me” (2017) soundly reasserting their power to unify and elevate. 

No words needed. SImply one of the greatest bands ever still playing. Get them to play, and your party will be EPIC.

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JSP – 150 years experience
150 years experience

What sets us apart is our solid industry relationships and infinite knowledge of talent. Yes, we worked for it, and for a long time. With over 150 years of combined experience in our founding team alone, we are the keys that can unlock the grooviest, infinitely creative, and most compelling talent across nearly every entertainment category.

Our CEO Jay Siegan is passionate about live music, concerts and sharing expertise and his experience in this field for over 25 years.

Read his Bio, IMDB, JSP Instagram

Meet the team – What sets us apart

And that is only complemented by our expanding crew of insanely talented liaisons, creative directors, producers, contract experts, and coordinators.

From our conceptual incubation (who’s coming to the party?) to our outreach and precision contracts, to our pre-and-post-event care, we tend to every single detail (no green m&m’s in the green room? OK) so that every client and talent collaboration is seamless.

Our Fee Structure
Our Fee Structure
Talent Fee - $5000 and up
Talent Fee - $100K - $499K
Talent Fee - $100K - $499K
Talent Fee -  $50K - $99K
Talent Fee -  Under $50K
Air Travel , Ground Transportation, Hotel & Production Booking Fee
20% of transaction total
Pre-Production & Event Coordination
Additional 5% of talent fee
On-site Talent Coordination Fee

Included in our talent booking fee, we offer the following services:

  • Creative ideation
  • Talent research
  • Curated  talent booking
  • Contract negotiations
  • Full facilitation of agreements and talent fees

Once talent is booked, we offer additional services to support your event as needed:

  • Pre-production and talent coordination including talent rider negotiations.
  • Onsite production & talent coordination*

*Included in contracts over $100K.

(under $100K can be added for additional fees.)

Talent Booking Process
Talent Booking Process
Introduction and creative team ideation
Purchaser identifies top talent choices and signs JSP Statement of Work
JSP researches event-specific pricing and availability
Purchaser selects talent and signs Buyer Approval Form & Talent Offer Form
Authorizes JSP to put forth binding offer to talent. Once talent accepts, the offer is BINDING.
JSP sends formal offer to talent. If accepted, contract agreement issued.
5-7 business days - may take up to 2 weeks with negotiation
Purchaser responsible for 50% payment to talent when contract agreement is fully executed
Purchaser responsible for remaining 50% payment to talent 10 days prior to event, or as agreed upon in contract agreement
*As your event is being confirmed we stay aligned with talent contract as your team produces the event.
In the event you need more full-service options, we offer our producer services for an additional free
“We’re not arrogant, we just believe we’re the best band in the world.”
– Noel Gallagher / Oasis