Some left of centre UK wedding bands in the pipeline this week, bit of Ska, bit of 60s and vintage vox!

 

The Revolvers
The Revolvers

For reasons unknown, the majority of this week’s sign ups are not your average wedding bands and hurrah for that, here’s a random sample…

The Revolvers (above) perform a Sounds of the Sixties show which is a theatrical experience featuring all of the very best songs from the most creative musical decade of all time. This self-contained multimedia extravaganza catalogues all of those memorable moments from an era that changed the face of modern music. The energy and enthusiasm brought to the stage from these 4 young musicians will guarantee to bring the audience into this swinging decade for an experience they will not forget. The repertoire takes in The Beatles (of course), The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Spencer Davis Group,

Ladies and Gents please welcome the doyennes of dance, the heroines of harmony, the delicious Boogie Belles (bottom). This glamorous all female trio act perfectly pays tribute to the musical styles of the 40s, 50s and 60s, bringing them right up to modern day with a special twist that only these girls can create. The Boogie Belles are the perfect blend of slick choreography, a bit of

2 Rude
2 Rude

comedy and glorious three part close harmony ensuring that this tribute has a little something for everyone.

2 Rude (left) are widely regarded as the U.K’s No. 1 ska tribute band. Over the past seven years the band has performed all over the country, selling out shows in big venues and headlining festivals in front of thousands of people, but 2 Rude are also available to perform at your special event whether it be a private party, wedding or corporate function.

For most ska fans 1980 had to be THE year. The music of The Specials along with Madness, The Beat, The Selecter and Bad Manners were the sounds on your radio. Britain was a bleak place back then, and the music that brightened those days was the sounds of these great 2 Tone bands. It didn’t matter who you were or where you came from, it was a movement that united people.

Ash Foster
Ash Foster

Ash Foster (right) is an outstanding singing guitarist with over 15 years experience playing around the UK at weddings, private parties, special occasions, bars, restaurants, music venues, festivals , corporate events and charity balls.  With several hundred gigs to his name and the technical performance skill developed and refined through achieving his BA Honours degree, Ash is a truely professional performer that can adapt a set of songs to entertain a crowd whatever their age, music taste or venue size.

The Boogie Belles

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