Lost In Music party band is a 5 to 12 piece with a huge set list! The band can wear silly costumes (1970s, 1980s, Abba) 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 their basic 6-piece line up. This consists of drums, bass, keyboards, guitar and two lead singers and is great for corporate events, especially abroad.
Best Of British is a 6-piece live band performing the cream of British music (Take That, Queen, Jesse Glynne, Beatles, Amy, Taio Cruz, Jessie J, Madness, Human League, Duffy, Proclaimers, Clean Bandit, Wham, Bee Gees, Dexy’s, Status Quo, Hot Chocolate, One Direction, Soft Cell, Kim Wilde, Stones, Adele, S Club, etc), played in Union Jack clothing! Other options are available.
Lost In Music Party Band
Skool Roolz is a party band playing music that takes you back to your school disco. All played in school uniform costume, including a headmaster. 6-11 piece. Fantastic fun, especially if the guests can be persuaded to dress up too (as schoolboys, schoolgirls, headmasters, headmistresses, janitors, dinner ladies, etc).
DJ – one of the lead singers is a professional DJ in his own right. He simply plugs himself into the band PA. That means less clutter, less setting up time and only one point of contact for the client. Don’t spend an extra £400 or more on a separate DJ for your party! Please let us have as much information as possible about the event you are planning and we’ll work with you for a great event with Lost In Music.
The success of UK artists in the US during the early 2010s led to some claiming a new British Invasion was taking place, as British musicians took their largest ever share of the US album charts year-on-year between 2011 (11.7% of US market), 2012 (13.7% of US market), 2013 and 2014. Notable British musicians achieving global success at the beginning of the 2010s include Dua Lipa, One Direction, Little Mix, Cher Lloyd, Rita Ora, Adele and Mumford & Sons. Wikipedia.