Wedding Bands in Gloucestershire

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Experience, versatility and professionalism, plus musical excellence, are the all-important keywords in the Spice formula for a successful party.

“Slick presentation and musical excellence really gets the party moving – come on, let’s dance!”

From a compact trio right up to a driving seven-piece outfit complete with horn section, Spice can readily tailor the line-up of the band to suit the size of the venue and the exact requirements of the event. Whatever line-up is fixed, the honeyed textures of Mary’s voice sit right at the centre of the Spice sound. She shares the lead with guitarist Joe, whose agile vocal gymnastics and a heartfelt delivery regularly drive the ladies wild!

Their strong presence onstage means that whatever the size of band, their performance will command attention.  A compact trio driven along by funky drums will fill the dancefloor at an intimate party.  Add backing vocals, stylish bass guitar and well-crafted keyboard textures and the five-piece band will really begin to ‘rock and roll’. But if you want to really set the place on fire, why not push the boat out that extra bit to include an all-action twin horn section of trumpet and saxophone in the Spice mix, culminating in a real full-on seven-piece celebration party extravaganza?

The Spice repertoire is extensive and extremely versatile, spanning a surprisingly broad array of different genres. You should typically expect to hear numbers ranging from classic Glenn Miller swing jazz through Elvis, The Beatles and Abba to Ronan Keating … and everything in between.

Spice always travels fully-equipped with their top-quality PA system which is suitable for venues of all types and adaptable to audiences of any size.  Other equipment like starcloth, lights and lasers for both stage and dancefloor can also be supplied to help promote a festive atmosphere.

For outstanding musical entertainment and a superb audience-involving stageshow, the Spice recipe is guaranteed to create a spectacular party.

  • Diverse repertoire, ranging through a variety of genres
  • Flexible line-up from a trio to a rocking seven-piece
  • Fully-equipped with a PA system for optimum sound

All-Time Pop Favourites

  • Ain’t No Stopping Us Now (McFadden And Whitehead)
  • All My Loving (Beatles)
  • Amarillo (Tony Christie)
  • Baby Love (Supremes)
  • Blame It On The Boogie (Michael Jackson)
  • Boogie Oogie Oogie (Taste Of Honey)
  • Brown-Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)
  • Build Me Up, Buttercup (Foundations)
  • Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (Andy Williams)
  • Car Wash (Rose Royce)
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen)
  • Cupid (Amy Winehouse)
  • Dancing Queen (Abba)
  • Daydream Believer (Monkees)
  • December ’63 (Four Seasons)
  • Don’t It Make Your Brown Eyes Blue (Crystal Gayle)
  • Don’t Wanna Talk About It (Rod Stewart)
  • Finally (C. C. Penniston)
  • Gold (Spandau Ballet)
  • Hard Day’s Night (Beatles)
  • I Don’t Feel Like Dancing (Scissor Sisters)
  • I Feel Fine (Beatles)
  • I Want To Break Free (Queen)
  • I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor)
  • I’m So Excited (Pointer Sisters)
  • In The Mood (Glenn Miller)
  • It’s Not Unusual (Tom Jones)
  • It’s Now Or Never (Elvis)
  • Just Wanna Dance The Night Away (Mavericks)
  • Kingston Town (UB40)
  • Ladies’ Night (Kool And The Gang)
  • Mama Mia  (Abba)
  • Mercy (Duffy)
  • My Guy (Mary Wells)
  • Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison)
  • Rollercoaster (Ronan Keating)
  • Sex Bomb (Tom Jones)
  • Shoop Shoop Song (Cher)
  • Simply The Best (Tina Turner)
  • Stand By Me (Ben E King)
  • Sway (Pussy-Cat Dolls)
  • Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)
  • Take On Me (Ah Ha)
  • The First, The Last, My Everything (Barry White)
  • The Wonder Of You (Elvis)
  • True Love Ways (Buddy Holly)
  • Valerie (Amy Winehouse)
  • Waterloo  (Abba)
  • Young Hearts (Candy Staton)
  • ….and plenty more….

Vintage Classics

  • All Day And All Of The Night
  • All Shook Up
  • Chantilly Lace
  • Could It Be Magic (Take That)
  • Cuba (Gibson Brothers)
  • Dancing In The Moonlight (Toploader)
  • Dancing In The Street
  • Do Wah Diddy
  • Fly Me To The Moon (Frank Sinatra)
  • Halfway To Paradise (Billy Fury)
  • Higher And Higher (Jackie Wilson)
  • Honky-Tonk Women (Rolling Stones)
  • Hot Hot Hot (Arrow)
  • Hound Dog
  • It Takes Two
  • Jailhouse Rock
  • Lady Marmalade (La Belle Époque)
  • Long Tall Sally
  • Mony Mony
  • Movin’ On Up (M. People)
  • Never Forget You (Noisettes)
  • New York, New York (Frank Sinatra)
  • Power Of Love (Huey Lewis)
  • Return To Sender (Elvis)
  • Rock Around The Clock
  • Runaway (Del Shannon)
  • Satisfaction
  • The Lady Is A Tramp (Frank Sinatra)
  • We Are Family (Sister Sledge)
  • You Can’t Hurry Love (Supremes)
  • You Really Got Me
  • ….and plenty more….

Formal And Seasonal

  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Congratulations
  • God Save The Queen
  • Happy Birthday
  • Masonic Grace
  • The Ladies’ Song

Reviews (4)

  • 5 out of 5

    Pam Lineham

    July 17, 2015 - 10:07 am

    Many thanks for providing such super music at Samantha & Simon’s wedding reception last Saturday. I don’t think I have ever been to an event where the dance floor was so crowded!

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  • 5 out of 5

    John & Audrey Warwick

    March 9, 2015 - 2:23 pm

    Thank you so much for performing at our Ladies’ Night – you were really fantastic! We have had so many lovely comments about you and several people said that they had never been to an occasion with such brilliant live music. We all really enjoyed the entertainment that you provided.

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  • 5 out of 5

    Iris Woollard's Dinner

    February 12, 2014 - 2:57 pm

    Thanks you very much for the great effort you put in to make our annual dinner dance so enjoyable last Saturday. Please pass on our thanks and good wishes to the rest of the group.

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  • 5 out of 5

    David Hughes' Party

    September 21, 2013 - 12:29 pm

    Thank you for helping to make our evening last Friday so enjoyable. Almost everyone has commented on how much they enjoyed the music and now it seems unlikely that we shall ever be satisfied with a disco again!

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