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Fronted by X Factor favourite Katie Coleman, Alleycatz are one of the UK’s premier covers bands, bringing you floor fillers from the past five decades. Whether it’s classic Motown, current pop or club classics from the 80s and 90s. Alleycatz have performed many times at London Fashion Week, for the Teenage Cancer Trust, Hello Magazine and at the Olympic Games.

With his instantly recognisable voice, Rick Astley is synonymous with 80s pop. Never Gonna Give You Up reached No.1 in Britain and America, and recently led to his being crowned Best Act Ever by MTV Europe. Rick performs to playback or with 6-piece band.

After Olympic shows and a US tour, the girl band with the most chart entries in history celebrate their 30th anniversary. Their hits include Robert De Niro’s Waiting, Love In The First Degree and Venus.

The multi award-winning 17-piece ensemble have played with a gallery of stars from Van Morrison to Michael Bublé, Cleo Laine and Ruthie Henshall. The repertoire extends from mellow jazz arrangements to stage and screen hits and Rat Pack favourites – with or without guest singers..

Big Ocean was formed as house band at London’s Café de Paris. Comprising 5-8 session musicians, the playlist takes in hits from the 60s to the present day. They also provide awards stings.

The most popular tribute brand in the world, Bjorn Again have performed in more than sixty countries. The playlist includes Waterloo, Dancing Queen and Money Money Money – complete with a shower of chocolate coins.

The swing and jump blues band have played Ronnie Scott’s and numerous festivals. As a 5-7 piece, led by striking female vocals, the set is full of feel-good hits like Hound Dog and It Don’t Mean A Thing.

DUKE combine live vocals, beatboxing, harmonies and guitar - mixing hip-hop, R&B and dance influences to create astounding cover versions of pop favourites. On tour they have supported Prince, Kanye West, and Amy Winehouse.

Fanfara employ trumpet, sax, clarinet and helicon to recreate the colour and energy of Eastern European dance bands – either onstage or moving through the audience. They have entertained festival audiences from Sydney to Glastonbury.

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