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Due to our ever increasing demand for high quality bands in Greater Manchester, we are inviting bands to join our rapidly expanding national band booking agency.

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If you are an experienced band in the Greater Manchester area looking for gigs, we have enquiries daily for bands in your area.

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Dynamic covers band gigging in South London, Surrey and Kent. Rock solid bass and drums, jaw dropping guitar solos and self assured vocals are all hallmarks of what the band's live performances are all about.
If you see the band at a pub / club gig you're likely to see a predominantly rock / blues set. Recent offerings have included a storming version of Lenny Kravitz's classic "Are you gonna go my way" and even a frighteningly good rendition of Pink Floyd's "Money". For private functions, the band can be flexible and cater to different tastes. From Rolling Stones to Maroon 5, from Stevie Wonder to The Stereophonics - the music can span the ages. The band can play everything from great dance music to classic ballards. Just a glance at our songlist for private functions underlines this. Th
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A truly electric four piece ceilidh band with fiddle/caller, bass, electric guitar and drums, adding an exciting, modern twist to traditional Ceilidh music
The musicians (Mary, Matt, Nicky and Steve) have more years combined experience than they care to admit (nearly as much as the Bass Rock itself!) both at home and internationally, and hail from Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Central Belt - they play most places in Scotland, from the Borders to Perthshire. Their repertoire is as long as 'Nessieís tale' and donít worry if you donít know the dances as they will guide you with full instructions for each one. Their dances are quite easy and youíll have so much fun, even wee old Auntie Maureen, or grumpy Sam from finance, might be persuaded to get