Ignition All Fired Up play funk, soul, rock, modern and classics.
Then there’s the acoustic show “Live, Up Close and Personal”, complete with cajon drum and 12-string instruments or small kit.
There is also an electric show “Live and All Fired Up” with full kit. The band comes fully self-contained with a 3K PA, back drops and lighting.
Inspired by early soul, rock & funk disco, the band has developed their unique and modern sound as a combination of soul vocals, funky bass riffs and acoustic flavours to bring you an electric and acoustic vibe.
Lead singer and frontman of Ignition All Fired Up, Si Astbury, has performed for many years all over the UK and for many corporate clients such as Britannia Hotels, Marriot Hotels, Greene King, Hungry Horse, Asda, VW Car show, Prudential, Alton Towers, The Army, Flamingo Land Park and Zoo, Warner plus many others.
Ignition All Fired Up – Indie Soul Rock Funk
Fusion of Funk, Soul, Disco & Rock genres. The band has also toured for Bourne Leisure and performed on the London Palladium stage as well as TV appearances on Music Express and Cruise Channel for Sky TV. Most recently, Si along with Ignition, has released singles, Sunshine and Times Change, on all online major record stores.
Ignition play covers of Superstition, Get Lucky, Losin’ My Religion, Wake Me Up and Mr Brightside. You may also hear Fresh, LegoHouse, UpTown Funk, Feel Like Making Love, Under The Bridge and many many more classics too.
11th March Uttoxeter Folk & Blues Club. “‘Ignition’ have something very special, simply making you move with the music.
They have a new take on familiar songs with a tight musical connection between lead / rhythm guitar wondering bass and one of the best percussionists around, when this is topped with the powerful performance on vocals by Si Astbury it makes four musicians sound as if they could take on the world and win. ‘Ignition’ is a band that is going places and you can feel the pure energy flowing through their veins, an ideal band for any venue. Very professional – highly recommended!” Mike Gould.