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Motown Divas Act USA
Based in Atlanta, this female vocal quartet and Motown tribute wear authentic 1960s and 1970s sequinned dresses and impressive costumes, creating a stunning 70s theme. Available with a four- to eight- piece Motown covers band or as simply a vocal quartet, the customisable set-up allows you to suit the group to your needs. As an in-demand Motown act, this band do not disappoint.
Perfect for events of any size, the vocal quartet can be shrunk to a trio for more intimate events such as small-scale weddings. The Motown covers band offers a total of twelve musicians onstage creating an enormous and authentic Motown sound. Visually, the tightly choreographed dance moves will have your audience reminiscing fondly or, if they’re too young, dancing the night away!
The set list contains the definitive classics of the Motown era and can be customised from the group’s extensive repertoire to include all of your personal favourites. Should you want a band but have your own in mind, the 70s theme Motown tribute can provide the sheet music for all of their songs.
If you simply wanted amazing vocal renditions of the most romantic Motown hits for your wedding, you could book the trio of Divas. Their state-of-the-art backing tracks provide an excellent background for their stunning voices.
Able to perform for one hour-long set or two forty-five-minute sets, the vocal trio are also able to offer costume changes from one fabulous 70s costume to another. Glittering in the lights, they will dazzle your guests’ sight and sound.
The Motown Divas Act USA have an impressive client list and a wealth of experience playing for many top venues and celebrity clients. You are assured of the very best quality on offer with this amazing vocal quartet.
To book the Motown Divas Act USA, contact one of our dedicated Entertainment Specialists today.
- At Last - Eta James
- Come See About Me - The Supremes
- I’m Coming Out - Diana Ross
- I’m Every Woman - Whitney Houston
- Keep You Hanging On - The Supremes
- Ain’t No Mountain High Enough - Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
- Proud Mary - Tina Turner Dionne Warwick Medley
- We Are Family - Sister Sledge
- Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles
- I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor
- Shoop Shoop - Cher
- Baby Love - The Supremes
- Hot Stuff - Donna Summer
- I’m Coming Out - The Supremes
- I’m So Excited - The Pointer Sisters
- Nowhere to Run - Martha Reeves
- Stop in the Name of Love - The Supremes
- When Will I See You Again - The Three Degrees
- Dancing in the Street - Martha Reeves
- Respect - Aretha Franklin
- Michael Jackson Medley
- Royal Caribbean Cruises
- Ricky Tomlinson
- Martha Reeves
- Radio BBC Lancashire
- British Airways
- Radisson Blu
- Casino Mallorca
- Hospitality Awards Belgium
- Coca-Cola promotional event
- Spanish TV Antenna Tres
- Manchester United Football Club
- Cruise Liners:
- Holland America Cruises
- Geri Halliwell’s wedding
- Appeared alongside:
- Gladys Knight
- Radio Wave
- Turkish Airlines
- Culloden Hotels
- Lowther Pavilion
- Trentham Hall Festival
- UTV Business Awards
- Porchester Hall London
- Ritz Ballroom
- Norwegian Cruises
- Des O’Connor
- The Four Tops
- Callow Events Belfast
- Europa Belfast
- Benidorm Palace
- Upton Festival
- Merton Hotel Jersey
- House of Lords versus Commons Swim Charity event
- North Notts Arena
- Office Christmas Ltd (Extensive private client list)
- Seabourne Cruises
- Celebrity Clients:
- Jennifer Hudson
- The Temptations
- As main act:
- Christmas Parties Ltd
- Hastings Hotel Group
- Casino Ibiza
- Shearsby Bath
- Vodafone promotional event
- Belgium TV
- Prestige Cruise Holidays
" What a great job last night, they rocked the house! "
Royal Caribbean Cruiseline
" They never let up with faultless vocals and slick, sharp choreography. "
New Zealand Theatre Review
" This tribute show to one of Motown's most consistent hitmakers since the sixties is a sure-fire winner… The polished two-hour show, which has travelled the world, not surprisingly had the audiences standing on their feet, dancing in the aisles and chanting for more "
Steve Singleton, Blackpool Gazette