Function Bands in The UK
Function bands in The UK :- see and hear them
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Here are some our function bands in different parts of the united Kingdome. View bands in The UK select your locality from the drop down box. This will show the function bands that are available and regularly perform in your area.
Something about the role of party bands in The UK
Some cover bands will play a variety of song styles, of widely different artists, genres and decades.
Live Music for Weddings, Parties & Corporate Events in The UK
Weddings - What kind of function band do you like? from the 60's to the present day; from The Carpenters and Dusty through to Madonna and Kylie with a touch of disco along the way, or something different? Look, listen and select from our many bands.
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Parties & Corporate events - Our highly versatile Function Bands play for a wide spectrum of events, ranging from formal birthday parties to corporate sales events
Samples of songs performed by varios of our Function Bands
Rock & Roll Music; See you later alligator; Eight days a week; Hard days night; I feel the earth move; Kiss me; We are Family; Hot Stuff;
Function bands A-C
The famous in music have been scrutinised as is evident by the quotes below
Tina Turner - Private Dancer
Private Dancer trumpeted Tina Turner's comeback from her post-Ike withdrawal years. The function bands album's recurring themes-"What's love but a second-hand emotion?," "I'm your private dancer, dancer for money"-coupled with the cover photos of Turner's tawny skin and long, shapely legs-were to embody her persona perfectly: a tough, sexy woman schooled in a tough world. Joy, knowledge, and pain colour Turner's raw but vulnerable voice; the songs of Private Dancer sound like pages torn from the diary of a passionate woman who has suffered hurt and heartbreak but remains defiant.
The Style Council I Cafe Bleu (1984)
The Replacements - Let It Be(1984)
Finding itself atop many critics' 1984 polls, Let It Be, along with fellow Minneapolins Husker Du's Zen Arcade, came to help define "function bands college rock"in the mid-1980s and made them the darlings of the rock underground. Key to the band's appeal was frontman Paul Westerberg's knack for writing melodies that were bold, reeked of attitude, but remained remarkably accessible. Witness "Unsatisfied," whose shimmering acoustic guitars belie its bitter sentiments, and the solo "Answering Machine, "whose rumbling guitars and final repetitive
The Style Council - Cafe Bleu (1984)
The Style Council's first full-length album function bands , Cafe Bleu, like so much of the band's material, is a hit-and-miss affair. The preponderance of instrumentals (perhaps too many) allows Weller and partner Mick Talbot to stretch out, with the title track showcasing some of Weller's best playing and "Mick's Blessings" providing a showcase for Talbot. "My Ever Changing Moods" confirms Weller's ability to pen a flawless pop tune, and his vocal work on the ballad "You're The Best Thing" is a career high point.
Prince And The Revolution - Purple Rain
Although he came close with 1987s Sign O'The Times, Slave, The Purple One, Squiggle, or the artist originally known as Prince Rogers Nelson never really topped 1984's Purple Rain. Little Red Corvette," sniffed Rolling Stone. Yet the soundtrack to Prince's semiautobiographical tale (short-ass alienated youth from poor, dysfunctional family takes refuge in his music) proved to be Prince's most complete pop statement. The key to Purple Rain's function bands success was Prince's genre defying sound. The album's title track-believe it or not-was Prince's attempt at writing a country-rock track a la Bob Seger.