Looking for live music for an event or function in 2020?
Got a wedding, birthday party or anniversary celebration coming up?
Maybe some live entertainment for a Corporate event?
We can help with all of these and more..
As a professional supplier of top quality live music for private and public events for over twenty years, you can be assured your special occasion is in safe, musical hands.
Our client list and testimonials are first rate and we cater for functions of all sizes, no matter how small or large.
Band line-ups start with SOLO GUITAR, ideal for smaller events, wedding receptions, private parties and anything where a background ambiance is required. Also good if space is an issue but still you want that swinging Gypsy Jazz guitar feel.
Next are the JONNY HEPBIR DUO, TRIO, QUARTET & QUINTET options. Every line-up here is available with a variety of instrumentation choices. You can opt for a Duo of two guitars, or guitar with either double bass, violin, accordion or saxophone/clarinet.
Our most popular Trio is usually consisting of two guitars and double bass but it's possible to swap two of the instruments to include either female vocals, violin, accordion or saxophone/clarinet.
Here's a few of pictures of some of the Trio options available.
The QUARTET band line-ups are a fantastic addition to any event that where a fuller sound is needed. With two guitars and double bass as the starting point, you can choose either female vocals, violin, accordion or saxophone/clarinet to complete the group.
Our biggest band is the QUINTET, this time choosing TWO extra instruments to complete your preferred musical set-up. Again the choice is from female vocals, violin, accordion or saxophone/clarinet.
All of these band formats have proved very popular with all of our clients over the years.
"You guys are good... really good!"
Sir Paul McCartney - Private Christmas Party
To check availability, prices and to discuss your requirements, drop us a line at email@example.com or call 07712 332 967.
Here's a video of the JONNY HEPBIR QUARTET with violin playing 'Stompin' At Decca'