Back To 80s, Lost In Music, Disco Inferno, Licensed To Lounge, Promise, Best Of British, Shaken Not Stirred & Skool Roolz sets.
Jamie Oliver, whose party they played, called them “AMAZING” which was very nice of him.
The band mainly play a brilliant live party set called Lost In Music, with all the songs segued together so there’s just no excuse to leave the dance-floor. But they also play a 1970s disco show called ‘Disco Inferno’.
5-8 piece male / female fronted fully live 1980s tribute, fully costumed. The band consists of drums, bass, keys, guitar, male lead vocal and female lead vocal.
Disco Inferno – Back To 80s
Back To 80s PA used is 3.1k of fantastic quality stuff including wireless mics and In-Ear Monitoring ….and lots of spare stuff to cope with any Plan B requirement. It looks new and sounds utterly fab. Lots of stage lighting as well to make sure they can be seen. All of the gear is PAT tested every year and Public Liability Insurance is for £10 million.
Licensed To Lounge 3-piece lounge / cocktail set, playing chilled out versions of rock & dance hits. Songs like Price Tag, Chasing Cars, Mr Brightside, Valerie, Take On Me, Forget You, Livin’ On A Prayer and many other surprises from Radiohead, Taylor Swift, Take That, Coldplay, James Bond themes, etc.
All performed with only piano and three vocals. Quite simply – it sounds beautiful. They play at corporate functions, weddings, birthdays, both in the UK and abroad…..anywhere you’d expect to find jazz, they’ll be there doing their (rather different, cool and not really jazz) thing.
Lost In Music
5-11 piece fully live function band, huge set list! The band can wear silly costumes (1970s, 1980s, Abba etc) if you like, otherwise, they’re dead cool. A sax player or a full 3-piece brass section and 2 extra lead singers can be added to the basic 6-piece line up of drums, bass, keyboards, guitar, and two lead singers (one female, one male).
“Thank you for an awesome performance that got the Virgin Care guests dancing”. Richard Branson’s house.
“Amazing!” – Jamie Oliver.
“I found this band online, but they’re the best F%&!*$! band I’ve ever seen!” – Gaby Roslin.
“Had these guys play at our wedding last Saturday – absolutely superb, Very tight as a band, classy & professional and had the whole place moving. All of them were top notch musicians and Kevin is an absolute gent to deal with. Thanks for a great night guys – we loved being able to get up a play a couple of songs with you guys too” – Janine & Martin.
“You were FANTASTIC everyone loved the band especially the 1980s set. And loved the 1st dance even though we actually can’t dance!!! Thank you so much! You are all v talented.” Liz (4/6/16, Hexton Manor, wedding)
Best Of British Themed Show
The guys recently played a ‘Best Of British’ themed show, playing all big British tunes Madness, Amy Winehouse, Beatles, Clean Bandit, S Club 7, Rolling Stones, Take That, Human League, Hot Chocolate, Wham, Proclaimers, Kim Wilde, Status Quo, Soft Cell, Queen, Bee Gees, Jessie J, Dexy’s, etc) with all of us dressed in Union Jack clothes. If you are looking for something similar, please let us know! In addition to the usual minimum 6-piece band with at least 2 lead singers, the band is now also able to offer a 5-piece with one lead singer for those with a smaller budget.
“Thank you for an awesome performance that got the Virgin Care guests dancing” – Richard Branson’s house.
“Kevin and the band were fab as usual. They really are very talented and I would recommend them highly” – James Caan.
“?” – Kelly Hoppen (from Dragon’s Den). No idea what she said as it was so noisy in there once the DJ started. She was smiling though so I like to think she enjoyed us.”
“♪ ♫ ♪ ♫” – Siena Miller. She sang a song with us and it sounded great.”
Back To 80s
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Back To 80s, Lost In Music, Disco Inferno, Licensed To Lounge, Promise, Best Of British, Shaken Not Stirred & Skool Roolz sets. Jamie Oliver, whose party they played, called them “AMAZING” which was very nice of him. The band mainly … Continue reading →