Sounds Retro Duo are two guys singing in harmony and performing all the classic hits you love to hear. They are available to play both day-time and night-time gigs.
Leader, John Cross, is ex Rave On band member, member of Strawberry Fayre (70’s recording band) – lead singer with both. 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 – please ask.
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.
Full 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 supporting Tony Christie!
Sounds Retro Support Act
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.
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