The Thunderbridge Bluegrass Band (above) have been around since 2005, recently with a change of personnel the band is re invigorated, it still has the original front man skills, singing and song writting of Nick Girone-Maddocks and the punchy double bass of Jules Bushell. With the addition of virtuoso banjo playing of John Breese and driving fiddle of Matt Gryspeerdt. They are particularly suited to an informal listening event, are good entertainers, good for cabaret style events, art centres, outdoor/indoor festivals, shows etc and can be scaled down for more intimate venues and functions.
Uncovered (bottom) are a Nottingham-based Rock & Pop covers band. They specialise in weddings, parties, functions & corporate events. Their repertoire features modern hits from the likes of Bruno Mars, Jess Glynne & Maroon 5, through to all-time classics from Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5 & Chic, as well as rock & indie favourites from The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Killers & Kings Of Leon. Members have played at Ronnie Scotts, the Albert Hall & O2 Empire, London. Previous clients have included: the BBC, The Armed Forces, Boots, Royal Mail, most of the major hotel chains & even the Serbian Royal Family!
Aberdeenshire singer Iona Fyfe (right) became a BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award Semi-Finalist in 2015 and continues to combine contemporary folk music with the Scottish Traditional Songs. A proficient piano player, Iona can self-accompany and can learn songs on request. Iona has performed extensively across Scotland, England and Europe and has performed at festivals such as Celtic Connections.
Joanne Sarah Dennis is a trained Classical and Opera wedding singer who has worked as a professional singer for the past 10 years. She performs classical and Musical theater classics at Gala dinners, cooperate events and has worked as a guest soloist for acts such as Virgin Media, Sense of sound singers and Paco Pena.
Joanne has performed in pregidous venues including Echo arena Liverpool-BBC Showcase -Hosted by Graham Norton and at the Royal Albert Hall London at a BBC Doctor who opening as well as performing at a Paul McCartney show and at the 2015 rugby world cup.