‘Studio54’ is an exciting, brand new, pro-standard 5-piece band that perform the best current and classic dance, funk, soul, disco, boogie, latin, party songs featuring Kimberley, our fabulous, 25yr old female singer together with Hollie on keyboards, Frankie on bass, Aaron on guitar and Loz on drums.
We at Studio54 love a party, playing music is what we live for and that always comes across when we perform live.
We play covers from some of the best artists in the World including Rhianna, Joss Stone, Aretha Franklin, Daft Punk, Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, Michael Jackson etc.
We are fully self-contained as a band and are all accomplished ex-session musicians, guaranteed to deliver an upbeat, fun, party atmosphere.
We’re told that we’re perfect for weddings, parties, private functions, corporate events, clubs & pubs etc.
We get the party started and we keep it that way … Check our live videos, pics etc on our website!


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The Blues Showband
The Blues Showband – Whether you’re looking for a 14 piece Blues Brothers Tribute Show, a Commitments act, a Soul & Motown Party Band, or a even a mixture of all of them, The Blues Showband are your 1st choice.

We are a 12-14 piece full line up band, including 4 piece horn section, female backing trio plus a hand full of talented lead vocalists. In a typical evening, we’ll have Jake & Elwood shaking their tailfeather, Deco from the Commitments showing a little bit of Tenderness, Aretha Franklin giving some Respect, and Stevie Wonder with Sir Duke.
Or, if you prefer, we can provide a brand new girl power show with our 3 ladies on vocal duties, performing classics such as Car Wash and Lady Marmalade.


See our recent live recording…..

The Blues Showband
07557 858392

I can’t turn you loose
Everybody needs somebody
Soul Man
Hey Bartender
Who’s Makin’ Love?
Messing with the Kid
Green Onions
Riot Cell Block
Midnight Hour
Mr Pitiful
Mustang Sally
Treat Her Right
Try a Little Tenderness
Chain of Fools
Destination Anywhere
I Never Loved a Man
Hard to Handle
Land of a Thousand Dances
Nowhere to Run
Party & Function Set
Dancing in the Street
Funky Chicken
Hold on i’m coming
I Can’t Help Myself
Memphis Soul Stew
Pick up the Pieces
Play that Funky Music
Sweet Soul Music
What’d i Say
Sex Machine
Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag
I Feel Good

I Wish
Signed Sealed Delivered
Sir Duke
Feeling Good
Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Leave your Hat on
What a Man
Mr Big Stuff
Son of a Preacher Man
Long Train Running
Lady Marmalade
Le Freak
Funk, Soul & Disco band based in Portsmouth, Hampshire. Le Freak are perfect band to get the party going and to get people dancing as their repertoire features funkiest hits ever produced. The band is fronted by two fantastic female singers.
Chic – Everybody Dance
Sister Sledge – We are family
Wild Cherry – Play that funky music
Michael Jackson – Shake your body down
Dianna Ross – I’m coming out
Chaka Khan – Ain’t nobody
Daft Punk – Get lucky
Sister Sledge – Greatest dancer
Stevie Wonder – Superstition
Pharell Williams – Happy
Chic – Le Freak
Donna Summer – Hot stuff

and many others
TheSixtySix are an energetic Blues, Rock, Soul and Funk covers band based in the Exeter area. Their music covers the spectrum from classic blues songs of Robert Johnson, Freddie King and Koko Taylor, to more recent interpretations of the likes of Jack White, through to the soul and funk vibes of Stevie Wonder and Spanky Wilson. Fronted by vocalist/saxophonist Rosie the line-up also includes drums, bass, electric guitar and keyboard. Formed in 20016, the have quickly developed a reputation for their exciting live shows and getting the audience up and dancing with their infectious enthusiasm for blues roots music!
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Come Together – The Beatles
Gimme Shelter – The Rolling Stones
Pride & Joy – Stevie Ray Vaughan
Message In A Bottle – The Police
Seven Nation Army – Ben L’Oncle Soul
Foolish Woman Blues – Janis Joplin
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
When My Train Pulls In – Gary Clark Jnr
The Seeker – The Who
Sunshine Of Your Love – Spanky Wilson
Come On In My Kitchen – Robert Johnson
Voodoo Woman – Koko Taylor
Leaving Trunk – Taj Mahal