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A Star Party Band

A Star Party Band

This young and professional live function band provides a complete mixture of party music to keep everyone happy. They are also able to slant towards the Brit-pop/Indie sounds of the King’s of Leon, Killers, and Kaiser Chiefs etc. Very much in demand as a wedding and corporate party band, they are available as a 4-piece (all-male) band or as a 5-piece band with a lively female singer. They are slick, punchy and guaranteed to get everyone up on the dance floor.

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Biography
This young and professional live function band provides a complete mixture of party music to keep everyone happy. They are also able to slant towards the Brit-pop/Indie sounds of the King’s of Leon, Killers, and Kaiser Chiefs etc. Very much in demand as a wedding and corporate party band, they are available as a 4-piece (all-male) band or as a 5-piece band with a lively female singer. They are slick, punchy and guaranteed to get everyone up on the dance floor.
Testimonials
I would like to personally thank you for entertaining the officers’ of RAF Halton at our annual Halton House Officers’ mess Christmas ball 2014 You were fantastic, thoroughly professional and totally enjoyed by all the guests, in fact everyone I’ve spoken to since has commented on how brilliant you were.
I have already spoken to Zena and asked if we can book you again for the Summer Ball in July 2015
Flt Lt N J K Welsh
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“I have been meaning to write to you since I got back from honeymoon to say thank you for playing at our wedding. You went down a storm, had the dancefloor permanently packed and everyone loved you.”
George, Wedding
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“What a brilliant night!!! Thank you so much for entertaining my guests and keeping them all on the dancefloor! Having dealt with bands for other ‘do’s’, I must admit I was very impressed with you and would love to book you again, perhaps for my looming 30th Birthday.”
PLAYLIST
Buck Rogers – Feeder – 00’s.
Somebody Told Me – The Killers – 00’s
Teenage Kicks – Undertones – 70’s
Town Called Malice – The Jam – 80’s
Honky Tonk Women – Stones – 60’s
Hard to Handle – Black Crowes – 90’s
I’m a Believer – Monkees – 60’s
Brown Sugar – Stones – 60’s
Suspicious Minds – Elvis – 60’s
Angels – Robbie Williams – 90’s
Bohemian Like You – Dandy Warhols -90’s
Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams – 80’s
Teenage Dirtbag – Wheatus – 90’s
Rocks Off – Primal Scream – 90’s
Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams – 90’s
Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand – 00’s
I don’t Feel like Dancing – Scissor Sisters – 00’s
Living on a Prayer – Bon Jovi – 80’s
Gimme Some Lovin – Blues Brothers -60’s
Soul Man – Sam and Dave – 60’s
Hey Ya – Outkast – 00’s
No Tomorrow – Orson – 00’s
Crazy – Knarls Berkley – 00’s
Chelsea Dagger – The Fratelli’s – 00’s
Rehab – Amy Winehouse – 00’s
I predict a Riot – Kaiser Cheifs – 00’s
Crazy in Love – Beyonce – 00’s
I bet you look good on the dancefloor – Arctic Monkeys – 00’s
Put your records on – Corrine Bailey Rae – 00’s
The One and Only – Chesney Hawkes – 90’s
We’re Alright – Supergrass – 90’s
Parklife – Blur – 90’s
Disco 2000 – Pulp – 90’s
Don’t Look back in Anger – Oasis – 90’s
20th Century Boy – T Rex – 70’s
When You’re gone – Bryan Adams / Mel C – 90’s
R U Gonna Be My Girl – Jet – 00’s
Come up and See Me – Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel -70’s
Satisfaction – Stones – 60’s
Daydream Believer – Monkees -60’s
Build me Up Buttercup – Foundations – 60’s
The Power Of Love – Huey Lewis and the News – 80’s
Kids in America – Kim Wilde – 80’s
I feel Good – James Brown – 60’s
Superstition – Stevie Wonder – 70’s
Rock DJ – Robbie Williams – 90’s
Lady Marmalade – LA Belle – 70’s
Dancing Queen – Abba – 70’s
Mamma Mia – Abba -70’s
Car Wash – Rose Royce – 70’s
Hey Mickey – Tony Basil – 80’s
I Think We’re alone Now – Tiffany – 80’s
Skater Boy – Avril lavigne – 00’s
Have I told you Lately – Van Morrison – 90’s
When You say Nothing at all – Ronan Keating – 90’s
Fly Me to the Moon – Sinatra – 50’s
Mr Bojangles – Samy Davis Jnr – 50’s
The Lady is a Tramp – Sinatra – 50’s
Don’t You Want Me Baby – Human League – 80’s
Super Duper Love – Joss Stone -00’s
Sing It Back – Moloko – 90’s
Last Night – The Strokes – 00’s
Sitting on the Dock Of the Bay – Otis Redding -60’s
You and Me song – The Wannadies -90’s
You Really Got Me – The Kinks – 60’s
You do Something to Me – Paul Weller – 90’s
Mr Brightside- Killers – 00’s
Sweet Child of Mine – Guns N Roses – 80’s
Rolling in the deep – Adele – 00’s
The Only girl in the World – Rhianna – 00’s
You’ve got the love – Florence and the machine – 00’s
Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 – 00’s
Candy – Robbie Williams – 2010’s
Dynamite – Taio Cruz – 2010’s
Call me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepson – 2010’s
Domino – Jessie J – 2010’s
I Wanna Dance with Somebody – Whitney Houston – 80’s
Suffragette City – David Bowie – 70’s
Monster – The Automatic -00’s
Smile – Lily Allen – 00’s
Lost in Music – Chic -70’s
Disco Inferno – The Tramps – 70’s
This Love – Maroon 5 – 00’s
Blured lines
Heart of Glass – Blondie – 70’ s
Don’t you Forget About Me- Simple Minds – 80’s
All Summer Long – Kid Rock – 00’s
American Boy – Estelle – 00’s
Sweet About Me – Gabriela Cilmi – 00’s
Mercy – Duffy – 00’s
I kissed a Girl – Katy Perry – 00’s
Cosmic Girl – Jamiroquai – 90’s
Poker Face – Lady Gaga – 00’s
Sex On Fire – Kings Of Leon – 00’s
Take on Me – Aha – 80’s
Don’t Upset the Rhythm – Noisettes – 00’s
Fascination – Alphabeat -00’s
I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas – 00’s
California Girls – Katy Perry – 00’s
It’s MY Life – No Doubt – 00’s
Forget You – C Lo Green – 00’s
Don’t Stop Believing – Journey – 00’s
Billy Jean – Michael Jackson – 80’s
Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen -70’s
Jumpin Jack Flash – Rolling Stones – 60’s
Can’t Buy Me Love – The Beatles – 60’s
Atomic – Blondie – 70’s
Pump it up – Elvis Costello – 70’s
Since You’ve been Gone – Rainbow – 70’s
Easy Lover – Phil Collins / Phillip Bailey – 80’s
Lovecats – The Cure – 80’s
Crazy Little thing called love – Queen -70’s