Sounds Retro hits duo are two guys with a wealth of experience singing in harmony and performing all the classic hits.
Both play acoustic / electric guitars, feature harmonica solos and perform all the classic retro hits.
Two one hour spots, great PA system, stage lights and a little dry ice. Great songs. Great show. The first 5 songs are a tribute to the Everly Brothers (medley). When Will I Be Loved, Bye Bye Love, Till I Kissed Ya, Claudette, Let It Be Me.
Sounds Retro – Hits Duo Play List
1st Spot. Peaceful Easy Feeling, Arms of Mary, Nowhere Man (acapella), Stand By Me, To Love Somebody, The Price Of Love, Take it Easy, Bringing On Back The Good Times, Everlasting Love, Crazy Little Thing, Sweet Caroline, Suspicious Minds. Total 48 mins (excluding talking).
2nd Spot. Route 66, Daydream Believer, I’m A Believer, Have You Seen The Rain, When You Walk In The Room, Do You Love Me, Yes I Will, I Saw Her Standing There, Hi Ho Silver Lining, Gimme Some Loving, Lying Eyes, Mustang Sally / Midnight Hour, Proud Mary, Summertime Blues, Twisting the Night Away, Bare Footing, Oh Lonesome Me, Lucille, High Heel Sneakers, The Letter, The Galway Girl, Folsom Prison Blues / Pinball Wizard. Total 1 hr 5 mins (excluding talking).
Sounds Retro Hits Duo Equipment: Choice of 3 PA’s. A large one for outside gigs. A medium one for large halls and a smaller one for the more intimate gigs – including bass bins. Any event or venue can be covered. There is a varied selection of stage lights / lasers and dry ice and great backing tracks. All gear is PAT tested. Public Liability is current.
John Cross – Ex Rave On Band, Strawberry Fayre (70’s recording band) – lead singer with both and John Paul Jnr – international artist.
Sounds Retro | 0161 374 5398 | Text Enquiry 07757 890 154
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