Ultra 90s top party band with ‘live’ soulful female vocals, fantastic male vocals and keyboards. Add to this their own studio recorded professional backing tracks to produce the unforgettable electronic sound of the era. Where do you start with the Ultra 90s? Britney? Christina? The Spice Girls dominating the charts? Or the breakup of Take That? 60 plus songs you sung in the mirror or danced all night to. Featuring Fugees ‘Killing Me Softly’, Run DMC vs. Jason Nevins ‘It’s Like That’, R Kelly ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ and Wet Wet Wet ‘Love Is All Around’.
The band goes down well at UK holiday camps with it’s unique style, repertoire and costumes. It has established itself as one of the UK’s ‘must have’ acts for an ever-increasing list of top national and international venues – the only act of its kind.
Covering all your favourite tunes from the 1990s – the most memorable hits of the decade. Are you ready to book the Ultra 90s party band?
Culturally, the 1990s are characterised by the rise of multiculturalism and alternative media, which continued into the 2000s. Movements such as grunge, the rave scene and hip hop spread around the world to young people during that decade, aided by then-new technology such as cable television and the World Wide Web. The 1990s saw extreme advances in technology, with the World Wide Web, the first gene therapy trial and the first designer babies all emerging in 1990 and being improved and built upon throughout the decade.
The first MP3 player, the MPMan, is released in late spring of 1998. It came with 32 MB of flash memory expandable to 64 MB. By the mid-2000s, the MP3 player would overtake the CD player in popularity. (Wikipedia)