I had no idea he could beat box!
The kids are always surprised; they love the free-styling and the improvising on the violin. I love it, I just love it.
The kids wouldn’t stop talking about him. The kids blow up in excitement when he was mentioned. When I announced that Rodney was coming back they were thrilled…The kids look forward to having him every single year.
Look you don’t even need another option, just see if this guy is available and book him, don’t worry about his rate; just raise the money and book him.
He keeps the children of all backgrounds and ethnicities engaged.
He works really hard to make sure the audience feels comfortable around him and makes a real connection with them.
He was attentive to the people to get them dancing.
Absolutely worth every penny and you wouldn’t regret it; and if you’re the person that gets the credit for hiring him you will look like a hero… So true.
He walked around and serenaded people while they were eating… He was great at feeling out the crowd.
He did a freestyle rap… that was centered on the people and the event…Very personal touch.
He has the gift for the impromptu, how he rolls with the punches and stays ahead of his audience. Nothing throws him, he’s captivating.
He’s professional, reliable, blessed, cool, nice, talented, and surprising!
The kids were in awe… And so was I
When he was playing the violin he came out (into the crowd)… whole crowd engaged with him... The whole room was watching Rodney! It was like a concert!
He’s so flexible, just be professional on the fly. He’s just so agile. I got complemented about hiring him.
Communication between us was great. I always felt in the loop.
Call him! I will give you his email address, lol!
(At the) Rehearsal he took time to make sure he got name pronunciations right, and a lot of other little things. He was just amazing.
I’m impressed with his versatility as a human being...
(At the) Rehearsal he took time to making sure he got name pronunciations right, and a lot of other little things. He was just amazing.
I feel like he really tries to connect specifically with the groups he’s working with. The more he knows about the program the more he tries to incorporate what he knows about the program and the kids.