Born and raised in Birmingham into a musical family solo acoustic act Abi Phillips‘ (above) musical background reaches back into her early teens where she would perform in her parent’s wedding band. Since those days her love for music has grown insatiably and she is the proud owner of a large repertoire of songs that span across various genres including folk, country, pop and many sub-genres in between. Abi’s first significant break came after writing a song for Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks titled ‘Missing You’, which was written after being inspired by a lead characters storyline and later submitted, after which the song was used on the show. Following strong response to the song, executives from Hollyoaks arranged a meeting and subsequently Abi to audition for the part of Liberty – a musical character the show had been developing for some time.
Daniel Vildósola (right) is an American classical guitarist whose performances include a mixture of classical, jazz, and Latin music. Whether it’s music for an elegant ceremony, or an upbeat cocktail hour, Daniel’s music is a perfect addition to any event. He is based in London and is able to travel all over the South East for events.
Price of my Pig (below) are a modern folk fusion ceilidh band, combining traditional and original folk melodies from Ireland, Scotland and further afield, with an exciting blend of disco, reggae, ska, dance and bhangra rhythms. The band will make people want to dance with their funky beats
and memorable music.
Award winning accordionist Ben Farmer fronts the band and leads the dances in a friendly and entertaining manner suitable for any audience and the band are also able to offer Piper and DJ options as well.
In 2009, Jordan Williams (bottom) began his Michael Bublé Tribute Act and bringing with him unbelievable accuracy, energy and audience participation. Jordan feels as a tribute to the most accomplished male vocalist of the 21st century he must not just sound like the man, he must move like the man, talk like the man, act like the man and be the man. Performing on stage as his idol Michael Bublé is pure paradise for Jordan he loves getting in front of people and feels it important to be in touch with your wedding guests. They have paid their money he wants them to be entertained.