As we lurch in to the second month of the year (how’d that happen?) not only is the quality of the UK wedding acts who contact us wishing to be on the roster remaining unfeasibly high but the volume is increasing at a rate of knots, here’s a few recent additions.
Miss Annie (above) sings the classic songs of the 1940s & 50s, from Swing and Jazz to Wartime Sing-A-Longs. She dresses in period costume and uses a Vintage style microphone for that authentic 40s/50s feel. Her repertoire takes in the likes of Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holliday. She is a regular in Normandy, France and plays to the Veterans and their families for the D Day Celebrations. Also, a regular at various Vintage events accross the UK including the Goodwood Revival.
Steve Michaels (right) is a professional singer with years of experience in the entertainment industry, he knows just how to work the audience to make sure everyone feels comfortable and enjoys the event. He understands that music is one of the most important ingredients in the mix for a great Function and is prepared to be flexible in his approach to songs choices and music
genres you would like playing throughout your evening. His repertoire takes in crooners from the Rat Pack era, Motown, Soul and modern rock and pop.
The Blunter Brothers (bottom) are a South East based band who specialise in providing live music for weddings, parties and corporate events and have over 25 years’ experience in supplying music at events. The band has been filling dancefloors since 1989 and has become established in
the events entertainment industry as one of the top end Classic Funk, Motown & Soul acts in the UK. The Blunter Brothers play Classic Funk, Motown and Soul in an authentic style taking their musical cues from the likes of James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, the Commodores and many more.
The O’Marleys (above left) are a three piece Celtic folk wedding band with a superb repertoire of traditional and not so traditional tunes. The band take traditional Irish and Scottish music and add jazz reggae and rock twists that create new vibrant and exciting versions that get an audience on their feet and singing along.