Skeleton Bob: The new Alternative Party Band – which replaces the current Party Band that Objayda have been performing for nearly 30 years – is now launched. The aim is to return to the reason that they started out as a band – “fun” – which seems to have got lost in the mists of time. Tim and Tam both still love their music & enjoy performing to an appreciative audience.
They performed under this guise at a 50th birthday party and can report people dancing with “wanton abandon” to the likes of A Forest (Cure), Jean Genie (David Bowie) & Don’t Stop (Fleetwood Mac). The audience were having a great time & so was the band! The band continues to go down a storm. A synthesizer player joined the band for that extra edge.
Skeleton Bob Alternative Party Band
They had the crowd singing along at the tops of their voices to Dexy’s “Geno”.
Everyone let themselves go to U2’s “I Will Follow” – made all the more exciting by Tarn’s new authentic sounding delay pedal (we’re calling her the Corner – get it?). BUT – there’s still the old dance favourites like “Long Train Running” & “Groovejet” + that Snow Patrol song “Chasing Cars” that was recently added.
Alternative Party Band Set List: Jean Genie (David Bowie). A Forest (The Cure). Brass In Pocket (The Pretenders). Going Underground (The Jam). True Colors (Cyndi Lauper). Love Will Tear Us Apart (Joy Division). So Lonely (Police). I Love Rock & Roll (Joan Jett). All Day & All Of The Night (Kinks).
The Look Of Love (Dusty Springfield). Basket Case (Green Day). She Sells Sanctuary (The Cult). I’ll Stand By You (The Pretenders). Hong Kong Garden (Siouxsie & The Banshees). Come Up & See Me (Cockney Rebel). Don’t Stop (Fleetwood Mac). Because The Night (Patti Smith). Booking their standard show at standard prices – but for an additional fee – they can also supply a disco with DJ which provides extra sound & lighting back up for those larger or longer events.
For those of you who might be interested in the other side of the band – their new single SKELETON BOB has been released and has been played by FRANK SKINNER on National radio. Their debut album As If To Say was digitally re-mastered for it’s 25th anniversary. The band is now predominantly (but not strictly) classic not cheesy) 70s & 80s covers (& definitely NOT a tribute band!)
Mention your budget when you fill in the form below. Enquire about or book your preferred entertainer / entertainment securely today. Travel costs / expenses and accommodation may sometimes be a necessary addition to the fee. New venues and clients are welcome to contact us now to pre-book corporate events and private parties.