The whole of the North West of England has a vibrant music scene and specifically Liverpool has produced some outstanding bands over the years such as the Teardrop Explodes, Echo and the Bunnymen and a wee band called the Beatles, who were quite big in the 60s apparently. The Liverpool wedding band scene has benefited hugely from this background too, here’s a few options for your perusal.
Liverpool based rock and pop act The Agenda are a widely experienced set of musicians who know how to make a night a memorable one. They will fill any dance floor and singer Stu with his funky dance moves and energetic vocal range will keep the audience entertained. The musicians in the band have all been playing for many years and have a wealth of experience playing gigs up and down the country.
If you require some light background through the wedding breakfast or Emily (right) is an exceptionally talented flautist who has been captivating audiences since the age of 8. Her graceful delivery and the stunning tone that she naturally produces from her flute have become her trademarks, together with a rich and diverse repertoire that is suited to almost any occasion.
Or if you’re going for a more vintage and busking feel The Hope Street Busking Band (below) began as an acoustic covers act busking on the streets of Liverpool. Very quickly the band began receiving bookings from members of the public who had witnessed the band’s talents first hand on the street. The Hope Street Busking Band play a diverse selection of popular music, both classic and contemporary, delivered in their unique stripped back style. Using just two guitars, simple light
percussion, and pitch perfect vocal harmonies the band produce fun, dynamic performances of great songs.
Merseyside based pianist and vocalist Andrew Louis‘s (left) laid back style and manner has kept him busy on the circuit for many years. His repertoire spans from the from ’60s through to current chart hits and he is as at home with a small intimate audience as he is at larger events.