Sounds Retro Duo are two guys singing in harmony and performing all the classic hits. Also free to play daytime gigs as well as night ones.
He is also known as John Paul Jnr – international artist. All gear is PAT Tested and Public Liability Insurance is in place. Performance times. Two one hour spots with a great PA system, stage lights and a little dry ice.
Sounds Retro Duo – Harmony Classic Hits
Late Availability – two free dates to fill Saturday 20th October 2018 and Saturday 17th November.
Sounds Retro Duo Play List. 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. The guys have just had a great festival gig supporting Tony Christie!
Tony Christie is best known for his recording of Is This the Way to Amarillo, a double UK chart success. In 2002, “Is This the Way to Amarillo” was used in the TV comedy series Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights, leading to a resurgence in his popularity. The song was re-released on 14 March 2005 to raise money for the Comic Relief charity and reached Number 1 in the UK Singles Chart (outselling all the first release’s chart run put together).
This led to the biggest sales for a Number 1 single for the whole year, with seven weeks at the chart pinnacle. It also became the longest running chart-topper since Cher’s “Believe”, almost seven years earlier. The single was credited as “featuring Peter Kay”, though Kay only appeared in the video; the audio track was the original 1971 issue. His album The Definitive Collection also climbed to the Number 1 spot the following week in the UK Albums Chart, breaking records when it also came in at Number 1 on the downloads chart. (Wikipedia).
Bear in mind their new show – a tribute to the sounds of The Everly Brothers – The Everlee Brothers (Elderly Brothers) – a one hour show.
Various payment options are available. Mention your budget.