Little Joe is a highly recommended solo entertainer with over 20 years of ‘live’ experience.
Performing 100+ corporate gigs per year, you can rest assured that he will deliver a performance you’ll be talking about for a long time to come.
A specialist in weddings, private functions, pubs, clubs & cruise ferries, Little Joe is also a sought after session guitarist.
Along with regular engagements in top London venues such as The Dorchester Hotel, The Grosvenor House, The Hilton Park Lane Hotel, his ability to entertain and bring joy into any party through the extensive repertoire of hit songs and dynamic vocal range allows him to perform the songs that everyone will love to sing along & dance to. You can expect to hear hits from …Kings Of Leon… Elvis… Queen… David Bowie… Killers… Oasis… Beatles… Dire Straits… Rolling Stones… Madness… The Jam… Stereophonics… the list goes on.! And his ‘live’ set-list is regularly changed to suit the audience on the night.
Little Joe Solo Artiste
Joe places a great deal of attention to your special event and aims to make everyone feel part of the happy occasion. A pre-event meeting can be arranged to make sure your chosen individual requirements are met. He offers various packages to suit. Including a pre selected, chosen playlist and, of course the First Dance request. Quality PA system & Stage Lighting are all included in any events.
The Dorchester is a five-star luxury hotel on Park Lane and Deanery Street, London, to the east of Hyde Park. It is one of the world’s most prestigious and expensive hotels. The Dorchester opened on 18 April 1931 and still retains its 1930s furnishings and ambiance despite being modernised. (Wikipedia)
Grosvenor House was one of the largest private townhouses situated on Park Lane in London. The house was the home of the Grosvenor family (better known as the Dukes of Westminster) for more than a century. Their original London dwelling was on Millbank but, after the family had developed their Mayfair estates, they moved to Park Lane to build a house worthy of their wealth, status and influence in the 19th century. (Wikipedia)