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INTRODUCTION From the stylish guitar and vocal duo or 4 piece line-up to the world class 8 and 13 piece bands as hired by royalty and celebrities alike, this is one act that understands your event needs exceptional entertainment and an outstanding live band to ROCK your party! Regularly appearing alongside huge artists like Cee Lo Green, Nicole Scherzinger
Donna Marie is The Worlds No1 Multi Award Winning Tribute show, Impersonator & Look-a-like to Lady Gaga. . Formerly - THE LADY GAGA EXPERIENCE. . Even...
Red Hot Chili Peppers Tribute Act
'Under the Fridge', the Red Hot Chili Peppers tribute band that's been building an explosive reputation up and down the country. Audiences are familiar with the Chili's extensive catalogue of hit singles and albums and Under the Fridge play the full range of Chili Peppers material from early punk-funk to the melodic pop and rock of recent years. Since 2010 this fantastic foursome has been delighting festivals, parties, VI Form and Uni balls, functions and clubs. Featuring the most authentic Anthony Kiedis mimic this side of the Chili's dressing room mirror, Under the Fridge's high energy performances (and optional semi-nudity) always leave the crowd baying for more...
Bob Dylan tribute band.
The Royal Alberts In 1966 Bob Dylan performed at the Royal Albert Hall and caused a stir (or even a controversy) by using electric guitars. The Royal Alberts have embraced this era and bring you music from then up to his latest music. The Alberts are neither a look-a-like or even sound-a-like band, but play Dylan songs with exceptional musicality. Pete is the founder of the band and is lead singer, rhythm guitarist and he also plays amazing harmonica solos. Pete is a real Dylan enthusiast and a mine of information which he will share with the audience in a witty way as he introduces the songs. Clive is lead guitarist and produces great sounds for different songs including slide guitar solos. Jamie is a true devotee of the bass guitar. He likes to play exciting bass runs but also knows the importance of a solid bass backing while Clive runs out a fantastic solo. Jamie also has an excellent singing voice and provides great backing vocals. Becky is the queen of The Royal Alberts and plays drums with great power and sensitivity as required. The Alberts can perform for a total of 90 minutes over 1 or 2 sets. Classic songs include “Hurricane”, “The ballad of Tom Thumb blues”, “Jolene”, “Going to Acapulco”, “Senor”, “All along the watchtower” and many more. They have their own high quality digital sound system.
Mama: The Genesis Tribute Band
Mama…. If you are a fan of Progressive Rock and Genesis in particular, then that title should send shivers up and down your spine. The track was a central part to the band’s 1983 self-titled album and is a consistently popular staple of rock radio to this day as well as being part of the live set of several of the tribute bands to Genesis that have sprung up around the UK and elsewhere over the last few years. Speaking of tribute bands, we now have a brand new one: Mama who have taken that song as their name. Combining the formidable talents of several musicians who are no strangers to the music of Genesis including vocalist John Wilkinson previously the front man of the extremely popular Face Value, guitarist Chris O’Connell who previously indulged his passion for Genesis’ music in both The Carpet Crawlers and latterly Face Value, Keyboardsman John Comish who also tried his hand in the last incarnation of Face Value. Bassist Mark Conroy meanwhile has credits in tributes to both Toto (Toto Recall) and Emmerson Lake & Palmer (Noddy’s Puncture) and Drummer James Cooper whose credits include stints with Moonlit Knight and Pink Floydish. However, there is more to Mama than a simple re-iteration of the classics from Genesis’ incredible back catalogue. The band have delved a little deeper and expanded the envelope to include in their already impressive armoury, several classic tracks by the solo members of Genesis including Spectral Mornings (Steve Hackett), Solsbury Hill (Peter Gabriel) and All I Need Is A Miracle (Mike & The Mechanics) ensuring that their appeal is much wider than your average tribute band. It is astonishing to think that the band have been together for barely six months and yet their level of musicianship is superbly high, as displayed by the reaction to the gigs which they have already played to enthusiastic audiences with their debut gig at the Pacific Road Arts Centre Birkenhead getting the following comments from the editor of TWR, the longest established Genesis fan magazine in the world… “this band have arisen from the ashes of one of the best loved tributes to Genesis and taken things to even greater heights. The performance at the Pacific Road Arts Centre in Birkenhead rates as one of the most impressive debuts I have ever seen. Musically spot on the money. Vocally, uncannily like Genesis and visually, convincing enough for me to suspend my disbelief. At times it was as if Genesis themselves were on stage. Either that or they had been cloned - impressive stuff!” One thing is for sure, the future looks bright for Mama and their bookings diary for the coming year looks likely to be filled very soon so if you are looking for a band that will pack ‘em in to the rafters, book them NOW!