The LD Rock & Covers Band ref: 5582
If you need a cool-talking, high-walking, ever-fizzing, lip-smacking band for your wedding or corporate function - then look no further than the LD Rock & Covers Band.
The band play regularly for weddings, parties and corporate functions, including shows in France and Portugal. The band have also made two appearances on the BBC’s “Eastenders.” Clients include John Lewis, Waterstones, Tescos, Bentley Cars, Children in Need, Cancer Research, Boots - and many more.
This band play a wide range of 60s to 00s hits. They cover everything from Bill Haley to the Arctic Monkeys through to the Kings of Leon.
|Wedding||"What can I say?? Rhiannon and Matthew's wedding day was a fabulous day from start to finish and Andy and the boys in The LD Band made it even better, if that is possible. From playing the requested acoustic version of Foo Fighters "Times Like These" for their first dance to the very last number, they were brilliant and kept the dance floor fully occupied. Not a complaint in the house! Would I book them again ... definitely YES! Would I recommend them without reservation ... definitely YES! Thanks guys for a brilliant gig!!"|
|Wedding||"We wanted to thank the band for such a great evening. I was told that several of my guests were not the "dancing type" - however all said that they enjoyed the band even if they were only listening to the music. We thought they were great! I would particularly like to thank them for letting the crazy, slightly intoxicated "musicians" in the family use the stage and their instruments during the evening, even though some of the performances were cringe worthy at times! It actually added to the funny memories of the evening and kept those crazy family members happy! Many thanks again for such as wonderful evening."|
|Birthday||"I booked The LD Band for my 40th birthday party. They were absolutely fantastic! I would recommend them to anyone who wants a professional, quality band who play great music and will make your party / event a raging success! I cannot sing their praises enough - thanks guys!"|