Piazza is an exceptional London four-piece rock and pop band featuring the standard conventional line-up of bass guitar, drumkit, guitar and keyboard, but topped with outstanding vocals. The band can augment to a six-piece to include a glamorous pair of female vocalists/dancers.

“The mood is infectious…the band will be having a ball on the stage…and so will you on the dancefloor!”

Superb harmony singing, with a choice of lead voices for different styles of song from different genres ideally requiring different musical delivery, lends a distinctive character and variety to the trademark Piazza sound that keeps you wanting more. Their transition from Rock’n’Roll through to Motown classics, iconic ‘60s and ’70s hits right down to contemporary Funk and Pop chart-toppers, appears totally seamless and effortless.

Their high-octane energy generated by the musicians gets everyone up on their feet dancing to a well-balanced selection of great classic songs, creating a memorable stageshow. You can be absolutely sure that Piazza will be having a ball on the stage – and so will you on the dancefloor.

A state-of-the-art PA system ensures the sound is always crisp and clear, and both up-lighting and down-lighting rigs of professional quality are provided for the stage and the dancefloor. This well-crafted show is carefully thought through in every detail, delivering top quality at every level.

Spend an unforgettable evening of musical entertainment courtesy of the spectacular Piazza stageshow – you’ll want to do it again and again.

  • All the tried-and-tested favourites, from Rock’n’Roll to Motown and Disco classics
  • Flexible line-up from a quartet to a six-piece band, depending on requirements
  • Top-notch PA system for an unbeatable sound, plus lights for stage and dancefloor

Sample Repertoire

  • Alright – Supergrass
  • All That She Wants – Ace Of Bass
  • Always – Bon Jovi
  • Angels – Robbie Williams
  • Backstreet Boys – Medley
  • Beatles – Medley
  • Blame It On The Boogie – Michael Jackson
  • Blue Suede Shoes Medley – Elvis
  • Bohemian Like You – Dandy Warhols
  • Brown-Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
  • Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Kylie
  • Can’t Hurry Love – Phil Collins
  • Careless Whisper – George Michael
  • Caroline – Quo
  • Come Up And See Me – Cockney Rebel
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
  • Crocodile Rock – Elton John
  • Dancing In The Street – David Bowie/Mick Jagger
  • Dancing Queen – Abba
  • Dance The Night Away – Mavericks
  • Daydream Believer – Monkees
  • December ’63 – Frankie Valli
  • Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis
  • Don’t Stop Movin’ – S Club 7
  • Doo Wah Diddy Diddy – DJ Otzi
  • Easy – The Commodores
  • Everybody – Blues Brothers
  • Funky Town – Pseudo Echo
  • Greased Lightning (Grease)
  • Handbags And Gladrags – Stereophonics
  • Have I Told You Lately – Van Morrison
  • Hey Baby – DJ Otzi
  • 1999 – Prince
  • Hi Ho Silver Lining – Jeff Beck
  • Honky-Tonk Women – Rolling Stones
  • Hot Chocolate – Medley
  • Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
  • How Deep Is Your Love – Bee Gees
  • I Feel Good – James Brown
  • I Get Knocked Down – Chumba Wumba
  • I Just Called To Say I Love You – Stevie Wonder
  • I’m A Believer – The Monkees
  • It’s Not Unusual – Tom Jones
  • It’s Rainin’ Men – Gerry Halliwell
  • I’ve Got The Music In Me – Kiki Dee
  • I Want To Break Free – Queen
  • Just The Way You Are – Billy Joel
  • Kiss – Prince/Tom Jones
  • Lady In Red – Chris De Burgh
  • La Vida Loca – Rikki Martin
  • Le Freak – Chic
  • Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams
  • Let’s Stick Together – Roxy Music
  • Love Is All Around – Wet Wet Wet
  • Love Really Hurts/Sweet 16/Just 17 – Medley
  • Love Shack – B52s
  • Love Supreme – Robbie Williams
  • Lovely Day – Bill Withers
  • Macarena – Frank/Robbie
  • Mack The Knife – Frank/Robbie
  • Mambo No.5 – D J Otis
  • Maneater – Hall And Oates
  • Man, I Feel Like A Woman – Shania Twain
  • Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett
  • Missin’ You – Chris De Burgh
  • Money For Nothing – Dire Straits
  • Moon River – Frank Sinatra
  • Movin’ On Up – M People
  • Mustang Sally – Commitments
  • Never Can Say Goodbye – Jimmy Somerville
  • New York, New York – Frank Sinatra
  • Nothing At All – Ronan Keating
  • Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da – Medley
  • Only Be With You/Knock On Wood – Medley
  • Parklife – Blur
  • Radio Ga-Ga – Queen
  • Red Red Wine – UB40
  • Relight My Fire – Take That
  • Rock And Roll – Medley
  • Rock DJ – Robbie Williams
  • Rockin’ All Over The World – Status Quo
  • Saturday Night Fever – Bee Gees
  • Sail Away – David Gray
  • Sailing – Rod Stewart
  • Sex Bomb – Tom Jones
  • Sex Machine – James Brown
  • She’s The One – Robbie Williams
  • Simply The Best -Tina Turner
  • Smooth – Santana
  • Something Stupid – Robbie And Nicole
  • Soul Man – James Brown
  • Stuck On You – Lionel Richie
  • Summer Nights – Travolta And Newton-John
  • Surfin’ USA – Beach Boys
  • Tequila – La Bamba
  • That Lovin’ Feelin’ – Righteous Brothers
  • The Rap – Sugarhill Gang
  • The Way You Look Tonight – Elton John
  • Time Warp – Various
  • Tragedy – Steps
  • Truly, Madly, Deeply – Savage Garden
  • Tub-Thumping – Chumba Wamba
  • Twist – Runaround Sue – Medley
  • Unchained Melody – Gareth Gates
  • Under The Boardwalk – Drifters
  • Walk Of Life – Dire Straits
  • Walking On Sunshine – Katrina And The Waves
  • Westlife – Medley
  • When You’re Gone – Bryan Adams And Mel C
  • Where Do You Go To, My Lovely – Peter Sarstedt
  • Who Do You Think You Are – Spice Girls
  • Wind Beneath My Wings – Bette Midler
  • Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
  • YMCA – Village People
  • You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
  • You To Me Are Everything – Real Thing
  • Young Girl – Gary Puckett
  • ….and plenty more….

Reviews (1)

  • 5 out of 5

    John's Party

    April 19, 2015 - 11:02 pm

    They are a great band for any occasion with an endless repertoire, and I would recommend them to anyone who asks. Neil and the band worked punctually and professionally and were very flexible and accommodating enabling us to adjust timings as the evening progressed. Even the most ardent ‘wallflowers’ amongst our guests were inspired to take to the dance floor.

    Reply to comment

Leave a reply