As you’d imagine, most entertainment options at weddings falls on the shoulders of the standard band but more and more, we’re finding clients opting for the less traditional option of a tribute act. Below is a few acts who’re in the frame for this:
Charley as Marilyn Monroe (above) is an unbelievable lookalike and tribute act to one of the 20th century’s greatest icons. Her award for Best Marilyn Monroe Lookalike at The National Tribute Music Awards by The Agents Association of Great Britain, indicates the kind of high calibre performance you can expected from this amazing celebrity impersonator. She delivers a high impact live music performance and her tribute act is available as a solo performer with backing tracks or for more intimate events, she can be accompanied by her pianist. For the full Monroe experience she can be backed by her own quartet or anything up to a 16-piece big band of first class musicians.
Miss Lily Lovejoy (bottom) is an authentic and passionate nostalgic entertainer available for any type of event. Along with a full wardrobe of uniforms, evening wear to day wear, she covers all styles of vintage entertainment within her show to give her audience the ultimate experience. Lily aims to make the show enjoyable for everyone. She encourages audience participation wherever possible. Song sheets can be provided to make sure that everyone can sing along with the war classics and she always aims to get as many people as possible jiving and bopping on the dance floor with modern songs with a vintage twist.
The ultimate Sixties tribute band, The Overtures (right) are firm favourites on the private party and corporate event circuit. They’ve performed for the likes of Sir Paul McCartney (at his after-show party in December 2009 at Matter nightclub at The O2 Arena), Elvis Costello & Diane Krall, Chris Difford of Squeeze, Kenney Jones (The Who/The Small Faces), the annual Liverpool Beatles Convention, the Cavern Club and many, many others too confidential to mention.
Glenn Macnamara (below) was born and bred in Scotland and is now considered by many as Britain’s finest swing singer brings his debonair charm,
silky voice and brilliant band to us for a show you won’t want to miss. Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Nat King Cole and Michael Bublé – When bands were Big and Swing was King! In London, Glenn has performed in front of royalty at Hampton Court Palace whilst entertaining those lucky to catch his show at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, The Dorchester & Savoy Hotels. These are just a few of the venues to be wowed by Glenn’s unique style. Further afield, he has taken his talent all over the world including Birdland Jazz Club and Swing 46 in New York, The National Concert Hall in Ireland and Italy where he shared a stage with Sinatra’s guitarist Lino Patruno. So don’t miss this exciting talent and his wonderful swing band for a night of smooth entertainment that will have you singing along and wanting more.