You know the last time you saw a fantastic live band you went home feeling really great. That’s the way you want your guests to feel at your special event, so why not let The Martinis give you that opportunity.
If you have all the necessary elements you need to make your party a success but haven’t found the right music……Here they are.
Starting gently with some Frank and Ella style swing, the band can judge the mood with ease and move seamlessly through Latin dance, Lounge, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Reggae, Motown, Disco and Dance to finish up with some of the funkiest tunes on the planet.
The Martinis are Britain’s finest dance band. With their immaculate vocals; Mim, James and their band can make your evening truly unforgettable. The Martinis can also be augmented by a sax player or a full horn section. Alternatively for that intimate champagne reception, the band can provide an excellent instrumental trio of vibes, double bass and guitar, as well as any other smaller combinations from solo piano upwards.
The Martinis consist of some of the finest musicians in the UK. Collectively they have worked with the likes of Shirley Bassey, Michael Ball, Nelson Riddle Orchestra, Michael Crawford, Human League, Alison Moyet, West Life, Charlotte Church, Pet Shop Boys, Katherine Jenkins, Vince Hill, National Youth Orchestra, The Rat Pack, and performed in numerous West End Shows.
I write to you from back home in the states with jet lag from hell yet great appreciation and admiration for yourself and the members of The Martinis. You were all magnificent in your musicianship! That insane crowd of Brits and Americans were speechless over how amazing you all were. Many thanks for the kindness you all showed me and for kicking some serious ass for an amazing crowd. Both Felicity and Stanley agreed you were all incredible.
Christine Tucci – Wedding of Stanley Tucci & Felicity Blunt (Actors) – London 2012
“We’ve had lots of guests saying how good the band were. Really professional – couldn’t have asked for more!”
Mark Dodson – Wedding Reception – Buckinghamshire – September 2010