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London Function Band

One of the finest function bands in the country
Versatile and talented band provide fantastic live entertainment
Varied repertoire caters for wide range of musical tastes
Past clients include Virgin, Lindt, Harvey Nichols and the RAF
Based in London and available to perform at events worldwide

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Our sensational London-based function band has the perfect blend of youth and experience to deliver an amazing performance at your event, with members having performed alongside artists as diverse as Elton John, Russell Watson, KT Tunstall, Michael Ball, Marti Pellow, Suzi Quatro, Il Divo, Barbara Windsor, Stan Sulzmann, Pete Long, Norma Winstone and Frank Ricotti - to name just a few!

With a huge repertoire spanning eight decades of popular music, this fantastic ensemble is guaranteed to transform the atmosphere of your event with its unique and distinctive sound. Their set lists feature hits from artists such as Frank Sinatra, Michael Bublé, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson and many more – music that is loved by all generations, and guaranteed to fill the dancefloor.

The band regularly performs all over the country, at prestigious venues including Wembley Stadium, the ExCel Centre, Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, and Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge for their New Year‘s Eve Prohibition Balls in both 2012 and 2013.

Whilst they usually perform as a 9 piece band, the number of performers can be changed to suit your requirements. The standard 9-piece line-up features female vocals, a 4-piece horn section and 4-piece rhythm section. An additional male vocalist can be added to give the band’s performance an even greater impact.



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