Sounds Retro duo singers are two guys singing in harmony performing all the classic hits songs you love to hear. They are available to play day-time and night-time gigs and happy to perform as a support act to touring headliners. The duo thank all bookers for their support. Leader, John Cross, is an ex Rave On band member, a member of Strawberry Fayre (70’s recording band) and lead singer with both. He is known as John Paul Jnr international artist.
All gear is PAT Tested and Public Liability Insurance (PLI) is in place. 2019 was the most successful year they have ever had. The diary is now steadily filling and you are invited to request a date asap so as to avoid disappointment! Can they check a Sounds Retro Duo date for you – with the chance of an Earlybird deal? Performance times? Two one hour spots with a great PA system, stage lights and a little dry ice + classic hits from this harmony duo.
Sounds Retro Duo Classic Hits
Do You Love Me, Daydream Believer, I’m A Believer, Route 66, Walk in The Room, Take it Easy, Hi Ho Silver Lining, Whiskey In The Jar, Oh Lonesome Me, I Saw Her Standing There, Long Cool Woman. Stand by Me, Gimme Some Lovin’, Lyin’ Eyes, Galway Girl, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Arms Of Mary, Lucille, Yes I Will, Bringing On Back The Good Times, Everlasting Love, To Love Somebody, Happy Together, My Girl, Baby Now That I’ve Found You.
Full Sounds Retro Duo playlist available by request. Please note – out of 40 songs on the playlist only 4 are 60s songs!
This is not a purely 60s duo. It is a very professional act with a fantastic show, PA and lighting. You will not be disappointed! The guys are also proud to announce that they had a great festival gig as a support act for Tony Christie! Bear in mind their latest additional show – a tribute to the sounds of The Everly Brothers – The Everlee Brothers (Elderly Brothers) – a one hour show.
Anthony Fitzgerald (born 25 April 1943), known professionally as Tony Christie, is an English musician, singer and actor. He is best known for his recording of “(Is This The Way To) Amarillo”, a double UK chart success. He lived for many years in Sheffield. Wikipedia.