Thoroughly Modern Jukebox
If you're looking for live music entertainment at your vintage event that will get everyone jumping and jiving off the walls and ceiling... THIS IS IT... the bee's knees, the full monty, the cat's pyjamas, the big kahuna! With two vocalists, piano, saxophone/clarinet, double bass, guitar and drums as standard, and the option of throwing in a trumpet player... it'll be like you and your guests have been catapulted back in time to the glamorous, raucous days of Glenn Miller, Ella Fitzgerald, The Rat Pack and Benny Goodman but with all the songs you know and love today! So, if a Postmodern-Jukebox-style vintage band that would fit right in alongside those greats is what you're after, then look no further 'cause you've just found it! You and your guests will never forget it!
To suit the theme of your event, Thoroughly Modern Jukebox are available not only as a formal Great Gatsby/Hollywood Glamour style, which doubles perfectly for black-tie events, but also as a 1950s kitsch vintage swing/jive style.
As standard Thoroughly Modern Jukebox provide:
- Professional 7-piece covers band with two female lead vocals
- 2 x 60 or 3 x 40 minute live sets
- Brilliant repertoire featuring the biggest contemporary pop songs, all performed in a vintage, big band style
- Professional PA and lighting
- Pre-mixed disco before and after live sets (tailored to your tastes)
- PAT tested equipment and Public Liability Insurance
- Special request performed
In addition the band can provide:
- Vintage style duo (piano/vocals) to perform a 60 minute set of classics by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole & Etta James at your drinks reception or during dinner
- Band member to DJ before and after live sets
Thoroughly Modern Jukebox are a London based function band and are available for hire at weddings, drinks receptions and high-end corporate events across the U.K. and Europe.
Thoroughly Modern Jukebox uses a mixture of its own arrangements and the arrangements created by the musical internet phenomenon, Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox.