So we're a Christian alternative rock trio. I got an email from a guy doing a big show in Branson, asking us if we'd be interested. Room, board, backline, lights, PA provided, and he asks how much we'd charge. In the email, he mentions that he wanted to put on a "classic style" Christian concert. At first, I read that as "classic rock style", but I figured that if he was contacting us, SURELY he knew what style we played. Maybe he just meant something else by "classic style." So I shot him back our standard fee plus traveling expenses, and now am waiting for a response. Then it hits me. One of our "buddy bands" is a classic rock style Christian band. They occasionally refer people to us when they're already booked on a date, and we do the same for them. I now wonder if this wasn't the case here... which would mean that he may be assuming that we're in the same style. I tried to look up the other two bands he said were booked for his festival, and both bands I come up with on Google (fairly generic band names turned up several different bands on the first page of search results) were classic rock style Christian bands. So now I'm wondering if I should be upfront with our style. We range from classic rock to poppy punk... with about every type of "alternative rock" in between. I'd hate to lose the gig, because it sounds pretty great. But I'd also hate for us to show up and get cancelled after soundcheck. Let's assume that we get a contract in place (I'm not driving all the way to Branson without one). Advice?