We do love our vintage wedding acts at Freak Music and there’s something quite old school about all the acts we’re featuring today, have a click, look and listen…
The Daisy Chains (above) are an all girl vintage style wedding band band based in London. They perform unique versions of hits from the 1950’s as well as bespoke arrangements of modern songs in a vintage style. As well as all being fantastic vocalists the girls all play instruments live including Saxophones, Trumpets, Guitars and Drums.
The girls have all performed in West End shows and Theatre productions around the world. They will create a unique and exciting performance with gorgeous costumes and choreography all for your special event.
The Fleet (right) are a 5 piece function band from Ellesmere Port in Cheshire consisting of Mikey Jones (Vocals/Keys), Dean Snell (Vocals/Guitar), Jack Postlethwaite (Guitar), Greg Joy (Drums and Will Graham (Bass).
Formed in 2008 the band have quickly gone on to be a highly in demand wedding and function band. The distinctive sound of The Fleet is instantly recognisable, With songs from the 60s right up to the chart hits of today. The act play songs from artists including The Beatles, Bruno Mars, The Killers, Stevie Wonder, Daft Punk, Kings of Leon and many more.
As an acoustic version of the main act, Supershakers Acoustic (left) perform soulful vocals and laid back guitar, the act is perfect for wedding receptions and for more intimate events. They can perform a number of old jazz classics and also a rock and pop selection.
From sing-a-long classics to upbeat modern melodies, they are sure to have something for everyone and are guaranteed to add that something special to your big day. They can be booked as a stripped back wedding duo and for something more lively you can add double bass and percussion to make up a trio or quartet.
The Mike King Collective (below) is one of the UK’s top contemporary choirs combining powerful vocals, rich harmonies and uplifting performances. They have has recorded for the BBC, performed on the West End stage and worked with some of the music industry’s biggest names including Mark Ronson, Florence + the Machine, Lily Allen and Grammy world music artist Angelique Kidjo and if you want a treat, check out their version of John Legend‘s All of Me on the profile.