Purveyors of good-looking swing, Electro Swing offer modern songs rearranged into hip-shaking, jump-jiving funk and swing.
Having honed their skills as the resident band at the BBC Club & Grange St. Paul's they are now one of the most sought after alternative covers bands in the UK.
Think electro-swing Beyonce and retro remixed Rihanna alongside some toe-tapping tunes from Elvis and Ray Charles. What is not to boogie at?
Boasting four vocalists, saxophone, clarinet, keys, bass and drums between just five outstanding musicians Electro Swing offer an impressive package. Pleasantly professional, well presented and adaptive they entertain all ages as background or foreground entertainment.
- Taking inspiration from the lavish 1920s parties that Gatsby threw and stirring some postmodern songs in to the mix, Electro Swing offer remixes and re-arrangements of some of your favourite chart hits in an infectious electro-swing style.
And yes, we were doing this postmodern jukebox wedding band thing before postmodern jukebox were doing it!
The band's unique repertoire is constantly expanding but some of the party favourites are as follows:
- A Little Less Conversation — Elvis
- A Little Party Never Killed No Body/Don't Mean a Thing
- All About that Bass - Meghan Trainor
- Bills - LunchMoney Lewis
- Black Betty — Ram Jam / Hound Dog — Elvis
- Call Me Maybe — Carly Rae Jepsen (vintage version)
- Candy Man — Christina Aguilera
- Crazy in Love — Beyonce (electro-swing version)
- Do Your Thang — Basement Jaxx
- Hey Ya — Outkast
- Hit the Road Jack — Percy Mayfield
- I Believe in a Thing Called Love - The Darkness
- I Bet That You Look Good on the Dance Floor — Arctic Monkeys
- I Got a Woman — Ray Charles
- I Got Life — Nina Simone
- I Wan'na Be Like You - Robert and Richard Sherman
- Ignition - R. Kelly
- Lovely Day — Bill Withers (wind down)
- Mambo No 5 — Lou Bega (feat. the Fresh Prince)
- Mess Around — Ray Charles
- Moondance — Van Morrison
- Move On Up — Curtis Mayfield
- My Baby Just Cares For Me — Nina Simone (romantic)
- Pencil Full of Lead — Paolo Nuttini
- Reet Petite — Jackie Wilson
- Roar — Katy Perry (vintage version)
- Seven Nation Army — The White Stripes
- Shake it Off - Taylor Swift
- Shout - The Isley Brothers
- Sorry - Justin Bieber
- Teenage Dirtbag - Weezer
- That Man — Caro Emerald
- The Boy Does Nothing — Alesha Dixon
- Twisting the Night Away — Sam Cooke
- Umbrella — The Baseballs
- Valerie — Amy Winehouse
- You Know that I'm No Good — Wanda Jackson