About Fate Nite
Born from late-night jam sessions, FATE NITE is what happens when you throw a bunch of amazing musicians on stage with a few hundred of your favorite sing-alongs. Songs are selected at random, with the chords and lyrics projected on a screen for the band and for the crowd.
The Fate Nite Band are a bunch of musicians who love playing together. They don’t have a set list– songs are chosen by a computer at random– and whether they know the song or not, they give it their best shot.
The RJG chooses the songs. Fate Nite has collected hundreds of chord/lyric charts. At the click of a button, a song appears on a screen on the stage for the band to play and the crowd to sing along.
The crowd is what makes Fate Nite so much fun! The lyrics are projected on a screen for the crowd. Every time a new song pops up, the musicians and audience collectively decide whether the band should play it or not.
This set-up has the ultimate potential for both train wrecks and triumphs, sometimes within the course of a single song.
“Fate Nite is my spirit animal.” – Brendan Bayliss
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