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Boogie Nights


Formed in March 2005 Boogie Nights have been delivering classic Disco anthems tweaked with soul instrumentation to dancefloors over the south east. Boogie Nights aim to produce music that takes you back to the seventies. Comprised of a wealth of musical experience, band members have previously worked with numerous professional musicians linked with bands such as \"The Blockheads\", \"Supergrass\", \"Asia\" and \"The Prodigy\" and have also had experiences of playing major venues including the Royal Albert Hall. With their retro, 70\'s image and authentic sound they make for the perfect covers band to front your event.
We are souly a functions bands with gigs lined up for the summer, we need a charasmatic female vocalist to front the band. We cover such songs as Chic, Earth Wind & Fire, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and many more Disco/Funk songs. We are a 5 piece at the moment, consisting of drums, bass, guitar, saxaphone and cornet. We are a very serious band and are 100% commited to what we do, we need a singer that is as dedicated as we are. Own transport is essential.

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Boogie Nights set list consists of Disco standards and funk songs right up to new day classics. Our lively stage show and slick grooves will guarantee to get you moving. Here are a few artists Boogie Nights cover in their set: Average white band, Beegees, Cheryl Lynn, Curtis Mayfield, Diana Ross, Earth Wind and Fire, Heatwave, Jackson 5, James Brown, Jamiraqui, KC & the Sunshine Band, Kool & the Gang, Lipps inc, Martha Reeves and the Vandella's, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Randy Crawford, Rose Royce, Scissor Sisters, Stevie Wonder, The Trammps, Wild Cherry, Wilson Pickett, and many more

Members Of Band

Hitting the Beats: Jack Lineham/ In the Groove: Vicky Smith/ Behind the Strings: Alex Ford/ Honking the Horns: James Filkin/ Blowing the Saxamaphone: Joe Richardson/