Freak Music are proud and happy beyond measure that the splendid Honey Moons have asked us to manage them exclusively. This lively 4 or 5 piece are fairly new on the scene but are busy and getting busier. Their repertoire consists of old school classics such as Shake your tail feather and Blame it on the Boogie up to school disco classics (depending on how old you are anyway) like Material Girl and Britney’s Toxic and stopping at all points in between.
The personell in the band have a pretty decent pedigree to say the least, singer/guitarist Kirsten Adamson was practically born to be on stage having performed at a young age with slightly legendary Scottish rock gods Big Country, Merseyside raised guitarist Phil Hopwood served his musical apprenticeship touring with Brian Epstein‘s own Merseybeat stars The Fourmost, which isn’t a bad way to cut your teeth. Drummer Stevie Palmer is an Edinburgh based singer/songwriter, who having won a place in the Burnsong International Songhouse 2011, he went on to release his own solo album and on on bass duties, they have David Donnelly and he can also be seen crooning it up with the show stopping Love Boat Big Band/ Bevvy Sisters. He’s also an ex-member of Salsa Celtica and the Finley Quaye Band so plenty of experience to throw in the mix too. The 4 piece is the standard line up but they are increasingly being asked to play as a 5 piece, with the hugely talented Tom Pickles (below) joining them on sax, flute and whistle, although not at the same time, they’ve asked me to point out.
As singer/guitarist Kirsten Adamson says, “Freak Music have supported us from the very beginning. They get what we are about and we are over the (honey) moon to be working exclusively with them. Here’s to a successful future together!” I couldn’t have put it better myself Kirsten.
Their main bread and butter is weddings but they are no ‘standard’ Scottish wedding band, and they’ll happily do corporate events, product launches and can be seen in Edinburgh Jam House occasionally as well. Get in touch with us for a no-obligation quote or if you have any questions about the band. Alternatively, you can follow them on Twitter and Facebook and be updated about any non-private gigs they have.
Welcome good people.