Party Bands in The UK
You can find out more about our Party Bands in The UK on this web site
Filter Party Bands in The UK using counties selection box
Some of our options around the UK. To see the function bands in The UK Using the counties selecton box will enable you to view the bands available in your area.
Party Bands in the The UK area, some notes:
To tailor for your needs, many party bands are more than happy to take requests in advance for specific songs.
Live Music - The UK for Weddings, Parties & Corporate Events
Weddings - look at our special bands for your very special day
You can hear music samples, online
Parties & Corporate events - Our tallented Party Bands play for all kinds of events, not just weddings and concerts.
Party Bands have long song lists. Here are some typical numbers:
Respect; Knock on wood; Killing me softly; Lets stay together; I'll stand by you; Moondance; Don't leave me this way; Tragedy;
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Justin Timberlake - Justified
The teen styling and curly mop top he had become known for as singer in America's bestselling boy band Nsync were replaced by a moody, freshly shorn Justin peering out from a futuristic landscape. This was a brave new Justin Timberlake venturing into America's urban music market with only 13 new songs to his name, some killer dance moves and-thankfully-black America's greatest and hippest contemporary producers, Timbaland and The Neptunes. What a party band!
Early reactions dismissed Timberlake as another pop pretender ripping off black music.
The Vines - Highly Evolved(2002)
Highly Evolved is an astounding rock album. Nirvana, Beatles, and Radiohead influences are obvious, yet The Vines have their own unique electrifying style of party band. With 12 compelling tracks, Highly Evolved is 43 minutes of bliss, from the bruising opener "Highly Evolved" to the final, hypnotic reverberation of "1969." This diversity-key to their appeal-is completed by the captivating vocals of eccentric frontman and songwriter Craig Nicholls, capable of soft luscious harmonies and rough gravelly screams.
The Hives - Your New Favorite Band(2002)
It was only due to the belated explosion of the insistent and assured "Hate To Say I Told You So" single from 2000's Veni Vidi Vicious that this album was cobbled together.
Trading on their electrifying live shows-a highly tuned blend of swaggering braggadocio, cheekbones, and jaunty hooks-it was as if The Hives had been formed from Alex's ragged collective of Droogs. They wore matching party band monochrome suits and cheekily proclaimed themselves to be the greatest band in the world.
Radiohead - Hail To The Thief
Some critics thought Radiohead had backed themselves up into a techno corner with Amnesiac and Kid A, the immediate predecessors to Hail To The Thief. Radiohead were back-and playing "real" instruments, too, a real party band. There is also the sweet Radiohead melancholy of old, this time tinged with Thom's determination to protect his family (his first son arrived shortly before the release). Single "There There" is a climactic piece of rock-and one on which four of the five band members played drums simultaneously.