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Line-Up: 4-piece (1 vocal, guitar, bass, drums)

Lead Vocals: Female vocals

Guide Price: £849

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Genre: Pop / Rock Cover



Pop / Rock Cover Wedding Band Hire London - 8th Avenue

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Based: London

Guide Price: £849

Genre: Pop / Rock Cover

Line-Up: 4-piece (1 vocal, guitar, bass, drums)

Lead Vocals: Female vocals



Pop / Rock Cover Wedding Band Hire London - 8th Avenue

This band is super versatile, coming in a 3, 4 and 5 piece line up, with two vocalists in the band as standard you will get full vocals coupled with some solid instrumentals.

The band is led by Natalie, our powerhouse vocalist who has graced the stage at The Ritz in Abu Dhabi for their New Year’s Eve celebrations, and TUI (formerly Thompson) Marella Discovery Cruises. The band is backed by Andy on Drums, Alice on guitar and vocals, Andrea on bass, and Pete on keys, who have collectively studied at The Brit School, Salford University, Milan CMP, and the British Institute of Modern Music.

You might have spotted these talented musicians at Glastonbury, The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival, Brunley International Rock and Blues Festival, Stockton International Riverside Festival, Tate Modern, and the Lords Cricket Ground Tunbridge Wells Forum. The band has also had the honour of performing alongside Ray Davies of The Kinks! When they’re not at weddings up and down the country they can be found performing in five star hotels across the world as part of the in-house entertainment teams.

They’ve got an extensive repertoire of over 300 songs covering pop, rock, disco, reggae, jazz, swing, country, Motown, soul, and folk party hits across the decades - just take a look! Once you’ve booked the band you can count on excellent and fast communication, as well as having full control over what songs the band plays on your special night. The band will make sure they’re 100% on the same page as you well in advance of your event. They’ll also bring their best party tricks and we’ll leave it up to your guests to guess which of the band members can touch their nose with their tongue! The band bring a full PA and lighting rig wherever they go.



All About That Bass - Meghan Trainor
All Shook Up – Elvis
All You Need Is Love - The Beatles
Back To Black - Amy Winehouse 
Bad Romance - Lady Gaga
Big Black Horse And A Cherry Tree – Kt Tunstall 
Black Magic - Little Mix 
Break Free - Ariana Grande 
Brimful Of Asha – Corner Shop Boys
Call Me - Blondie 
Call Me Maybe - Carly Rae Jepsen 
Can’t Help Falling In Love - Elvis Presley
Can’t Stop The Feeling - Justin Timberlake
Chained To The Rhythm - Katy Perry 
Chandelier - Sia 
Cherry – O Baby Eric Donaldson
Count On Me - Bruno Mars 
Crazy - Gnarles Barkley 
Crazy In Love - Beyoncé 
Daydream Believer - The Monkees  
Dear Future Husband - Meghan Trainor
December 63 - Frankie Valli 
Do It Like A Dude - Jessie J 
Don’t Get Me Wrong – The Pretenders
Firework - Katy Perry 
Flashlight - Jessie J 
Forget You - Ce Lo Green 
Get Back – The Beatles
Get Lucky - Daft Punk 
Halo - Beyoncé 
Happy - Pharrell Williams 
Happy Together – The Turtles
Heart Of Glass - Blondie 
Heaven Is A Place On Earth - Belinda Carlisle 
Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles 
Hey Jude - The Beatles
Hey Soul Sister - Train
Hey Ya - Outkast
Hit Me Baby One More Time - Britney Spears
Hold Back The River - James Bay
Holiday - Madonna
Hot N Cold – Katy Perry
I Kissed A Girl - Katy Perry
I Need A Dollar – Aloe Black
I See Fire - Ed Sheeran
I Think We’re Alone Now - Tiffany
I’m A Believer - The Monkees
I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) - The Proclaimers
I’m Not The Only One - Sam Smith 
I’m Outta Love - Anastasia 
I’m Still Standing - Elton John 
I’m Yours - Jason Mraz 
I’ve Got A Feeling - Black Eyed Peas 
If I Ain’t Got You - Alicia Keys 
If I Were A Boy - Beyoncé 
Ironic – Alanis Morrisette
It Must Be Love - Madness   
Karma Chameleon – Boy George
La Isla Bonita - Madonna 
Like A Prayer - Madonna 
Like A Virgin - Madonna 
Listen - Beyoncé 
Locked Out Of Heaven - Bruno Mars 
Lola - The Kinks 
Love On The Brain - Rihanna 
Love Shack – B-52s
Love You I Do - Jennifer Hudson 
Make You Feel My Love - Adele 
Mercy - Duffy 
Million Dollor Bill - Whitney Houston 
Moves Like Jagger - Maroon 5 Ft Christina 
Never Forget You – The Noisettes
One Last Time - Ariana Grande 
Oops I Did It Again - Britney Spears 
Palace - Sam Smith 
Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry
Price Tag - Jessie J 
Rather Be - Jess Glyne 
Real Love - Jess Glyne 
Rehab - Amy Winehouse 
Roar - Katy Perry 
Rolling In The Deep - Adele 
Rumour Has It - Adele 
Runaway Baby - Bruno Mars 
Running - Beyoncé 
Set Fire To The Rain - Adele 
Shake It Off - Taylor Swift 
Shake It Out - Florence & The Machine
Shape Of You - Ed Sheeran 
Shout - Lulu
Shut Up & Dance - Walk The Moon 
Single Ladies - Beyoncé 
Skyfall - Adele 
Smile - Lily Allen 
Somebody I Used To Know - Kimbra 
Someone Like You 
Son Of A Preacher Man - Dusty Springfield 
Sunday Morning - Maroon 5 
Sunny Afternoon – Kinks
Suspicious Minds – Elvis
Sweet About Me - Gabriella Cilmi
Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond 
Take Me Home - Jess Glyne 
Take Me To Church - Hozier 
Tears Dry On Their Own - Amy Winehouse 
The Dog Days Are Over - Florence & The Machine 
The Tide Is High - Blondie 
The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson
There She Goes – The Las
Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran 
This Love - Maroon 5 
Thriller - Michael Jackson 
Titanium - Sia 
Too Good At Goodbyes - Sam Smith 
Treasure - Bruno Mars
Troublemaker - Olly Murs 
Umbrella - Rihanna 
Uptown Funk - Bruno Mars 
Valerie - Amy Winehouse 
Waiting All Night - Ella Eyre 
Walk Like An Egyptian – The Bangles
Walk Me Up Before You Go-Go – Wham
Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks
We Found Love - Rihanna 
Whenever Wherever - Shakira
You Can Call Me Al – Simon And Garfunkel
You Got The Love – Florence And The Machine  
You Know I’m No Good - Amy Winehouse 
Your Song - Elton John 


Alone - Heart
Back In The Ussr - The Beatles 
Be My Baby - The Ronettes
Blue Suede Shoes - Elvis 
Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison 
Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen 
Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen 
Crocodile Rock - Elton John 
Don’t Stop Me Now - Queen 
Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
Every Breath You Take - The Police 
Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor 
Go Your Own Way - Fleetwood Mac 
Golden Eye - Tina Turner 
Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis 
Help - The Beatles 
Here I Go Again - Whitesnake 
Hit Me With Your Best Shot - Pat Benatar
Hot Stuff - Donna Summer 
Hotel California – The Eagles 
Hound Dog - Elvis 
Human - The Killers
I Love Rock N Roll - Joan Jett 
Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry 
Knocking On Heavens Door - Guns & Roses
Let It Be - The Beatles
Let’s Twist Again - Chubby Checker 
Little Lies - Fleetwood Mac 
Living On A Prayer - Bon Jovi 
Message In A Bottle - The Police
Mr Brightside - The Killers 
Nutbush City Limits - Tina Turner 
Old Time Rock & Roll - Michael Bolton 
One Way Or Another - Blondie 
Piece Of My Heart - Janis Joplin 
Private Dancer - Tina Turner 
River Deep Mountain High - Tina Turner 
Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley 
Rocking All Over The World - Status Quo 
Saw Her Standing There - The Beatles
Sex On Fire - Kings Of Leon 
Shook Me All Night Long - Ac/Dc 
Simply The Best - Tina Turner 
Son Of A Preacher - Dusty Springfield 
Summer Of 69 - Bryan Adams
Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond 
Tainted Love – Soft Cell
The Chain - Fleetwood Mac 
Twist & Shout - The Beatles 
Use Somebody - Kings Of Leon 
Walking Back To Happiness - Helen Shapiro 
We Are The Champions- Queen 
We Will Rock You - Queen 
What’s Love Got To Do With It - Tina Turner 


Ain’t No Stoppin Us Now - Mcfadden & Whitehead
Boogie Wonderland - Earth Wind & Fire 
Car Wash - Rose Royce
Celebration - Kool & The Gang 
Dancing On The Ceiling - Lionel Richie 
Faith - George Michael 
Flashdance - Irene Cara
Footloose - Kenny Loggins 
Give It Up - Kc & The Sunshine Band 
Good Times - Le Freak 
How Will I Know? - Whitney Houston 
I Wanna Dance With Somebody - Whitney Houston 
I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor
I’m Every Woman - Chaka Khan 
I’m So Excited - The Pointer Sisters
Kiss - Price 
Last Dance - Donna Summer
Le Freak - Chic 
Let’s Hear It For The Boy - Denise Williams
Moving On Up - The M People 
Proud Mary - Tina Turner 
September - Earth Wind & Fire 
Sex Bomb - Tom Jones 
She Works Hard For The Money - Donna Summer 
Teardrops - Womack & Womack 
Thinking Of You - Sister Sledge 
Walking On Sunshine - Katrina & The Waves
We Are Family - Sister Sledge 


Could You Be Loved - Bob Marley 
Gimme Hope Johanna – Eddy Grant
Jammin - Bob Marley
Kingston Town - Ub40 
Monkey Man - Amy Winehouse 
Red Red Wine - Ub40
Rude – Magic 
Special Brew - Bad Manners 
Suzanne Beware Of The Devil – Danny Livingston
Three Little Birds - Bob Marley 
You Can Get It If You Really Want – Desmond Dekker


At Last - Etta James 
Feeling Good - Nina Simone / Hit The Road Jack Mashup - Ray Charles
Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra
I Just Wanna Make Love To You - Etta James 
Moondance - Van Morrison 
Route 66 - Natalie Cole 
Smooth Operator - Sade 


9-5 – Dolly Parton 
American Pie – Don Mclean
Bargain Store - Dolly Parton 
Country Roads - John Denver 
I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
Jolene - Dolly Parton
Lightning Bolt - Jake Bugg
Man I Feel Like A Woman - Shania Twain
Rotterdam - The Beautiful South 
Still The One - Shania Twain 
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
That Don’t Impress Me Much - Shania Twain 
There’s A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop (Swears He’s Elvis) Kirsty Maccoll 
Trouble Town - Jake Bugg 

Motown & Soul 

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough - Marvin Gaye 
Ain’t Nobody - Chaka Khan 
Ain’t That Peculiar - Marvin Gaye
Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers 
All Night Long - Lionel Ritchie 
Baby Love - The Supremes 
Begging - Frankie Valli
Blame It On The Boogie - Jackson 5 
Build Me Up Buttercup - The Foundations
Can’t Hurry Love - The Supremes 
Cupid - Sam Cooke 
Dancing In The Street - Martha Reeves
Do You Love Me? - The Contours 
Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding 
Get Ready - The Temptations 
Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 
Higher & Higher - Jackie Wilson 
I Feel Good - James Brown 
I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston 
I’m Coming Out - The Supremes 
In The Midnight Hour - Wilson Pickett
Isn’t She Lovely - Stevie Wonder 
Let’s Stay Together - Al Green 
Little Bitty Pretty One – Jackson Five
Master Blaster - Stevie Wonder 
Midnight Train To Georgia - Gladys Knight 
My Girl - The Temptations 
Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin 
Never Too Much - Luther Vandross 
Reach Out (I’ll Be There) - Four Tops 
Red Light Spells Danger - Billy Ocean 
Signed Sealed Delivered - Stevie Wonder 
Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder 
Stand By Me - Ben E King 
Suddenly - Billy Ocean 
Superstition - Stevie Wonder 
This Is A Man’s World - James Brown 
Tracks Of My Tears – Smokey Robinson 
Wishing On A Star - Rose Royce 
Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
You Got A Friend - Jackson 5 
Young Hearts Run Free - Candi Staton 


All Along The Watchtower - Bob Dylan 
Big Yellow Taxi - Joni Mitchell
Blowing In The Wind - Bob Dylan
Budapest - George Ezra 
Cassy O’ - George Ezra 
Cecilia - Simon And Garfunkel
Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen  
Imagine – John Lennon 
Knocking On Heaven’s Door - Bob Dylan 
Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan 
Listen To The Man - George Ezra 
Put Your Records On - Corinne Bailey Rae
Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
The Times They Are A-Changin’ - Bob Dylan 
Wake Me Up - Avicii
What You Waiting For? - George Ezra


Really fun band for our Christmas party - amazing vocals and really got everybody dancing! Hannah, London, Christmas Staff Party, December 2016

8th Avenue performed at our work Christmas party to a hard crowd but were an absolute hit! Had us all up dancing. Great set list. Great musicians. Amazing singers such great choices and they had lots of smiles for us and had us singing along. Shelley, London, Christmas Staff Party, December 2016

Just wanted to let you know that the band were all amazing on the night - we had such a great time and all our guests commented on how impressive the band were - the dance floor was busy all evening. Please would you pass on my thanks as I didn't get a chance to thank them all individually before they left and I really want them to know that they made it all perfect, especially giving up the keyboard for the first song as well! Thanks for all your help in organising everything, it was exactly what we wanted. Sally & Phil, London, Wedding, October 2016

We were beyond thrilled with 8th Avenue, they were fantastic and really exceeded our expectations. We had lots of great feedback from all of the guests and our other suppliers were all asking where they were from! They really made our special day even better, thanks so much for all your and the bands efforts, especially coming all the way to Devon! Angela & Francesco, Devon, Wedding, July 2016

Please thank the band so much, we truly think they made the occasion all the more special. They definitely added a WOW factor. Our guests have all commented on how great they were. They allowed and actively encouraged audience participation which delighted many of our guests (especially the ones who could actually sing!). They arrived early and were very accommodating to our schedule as we did run slightly behind. The vocalist was absolutely brilliant, she worked the crowd and looked amazing. Having the band join in our first dance song saw the dance floor filled from beginning to end. Hopefully they enjoyed the night, the brides certainly woke up having thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Ewan dropped off and picked up everything exactly when he said he would and always communicated updates with us. The process of booking, setting up and the actual event was all too easy. Thank you for your help in arranging all of our particular requests and getting us started with the spotify list, it made our job of organising this wedding that much easier. Nicky & Leah, London, Wedding, March 2016

We absolutely LOVED the band! They made the night and our guests thought they were awesome too! We were hoping they would be great, and I was sure they would be, but on the night they were even better than we had hoped for, they did a really great job! Natasha Porter, London, Wedding, December 2015

Everything from the acoustics to the choice of music was perfect. Everybody thought they were fabulous and they managed to get everyone dancing! Massi & Renata, London, Wedding, August 2015

Thank you for an incredibly fun evening! The band made our evening reception a night to remember! Jackie Murray, Hampshire, Wedding, February 2015

We had a launch party and hired the band to play some background music. They did a great job. Super professional, with some really unique takes on well known songs. Louise Stewart, Surrey, Corporate Launch, December 2014


How long do you take to set-up?
The minimum set up time required is 60 minutes. However it's best to schedule in 90 minutes to mitigate any unforeseen issues that might arise. The band will work quickly to set up and sound check as soon as possible. Sound checking is very important for us as it means we'll be able to avoid poor sound quality, feedback, and other technical sound issues which could arise throughout the performance. A good sound check means you'll get a great performance. 

What time do you play?
Any time to suit you, standard prices are for 2 hours of live music, anytime between 6pm and 1am inside Greater London, or between 6pm and midnight outside Greater London

How long do you play for?
We’re flexible! Usually we do 2 x 60 or 3 x 40 minute live sets in the evening and can provide either a pre-mixed disco (tailored to your tastes) or a crossfading bespoke playlist designed by you before, in-between and after live sets, so your whole night of entertainment is covered in one booking. We can also perform up to 2 hours’ worth of an acoustic set as an add-on, which is perfect for during drinks or dinner.

Do you have your own PA and lighting?
Yes – all included in the price.

Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?

Will you perform our first dance?
Yes, as long as we have two weeks’ notice we will learn the first dance of your choice.

How much space do you require?
5 piece – 2.5x3.5m
4 piece - 2x4m
3 piece - 3x2m

How much power do you require?
2 x 13 amp sockets is fine for our system.

Do I need to provide food/drinks?
All the hard work the band puts in from traveling to your venue, setting up, and working well into the night makes the band quite hungry and thirsty! So they would very much appreciate being fed and watered either before their performance or during a break. They don't expect a 3 course meal, and they won't drink on the job if you don’t want them to, but it's true that a happy band always results in a happy performance. 

Can we add a musician or have a smaller band?

Of course! We flex our line up to suit stage sizes and budgets whether that means adding or subtracting band members to get you the perfect fit.


We are based in London, and are happy to travel to any gig within Greater London for free. We are always happy to travel further afield for a performance, and we do frequently travel outside of London for shows. We have set fees to cover our travel expenses and overnight accommodation if required. 

Choosing Songs
One of the things we pride ourselves on is our repertoire which has over 300 songs in it spanning multiple genres. And what’s more is you get to pick exactly what you want to here. In a standard 2 hour set we cover 32 songs. Once you book the band we encourage you to pick your favourites from the repertoire and leave the ordering up to our musical director to create medleys and flow within the set. We’ve been doing this for a few years now and know what works well on the dancefloor. 

If you’d rather hand the reins over to us that’s more than fine, or if you’d like you can use the traffic light system where you highlight which songs into green, amber and red categories and leave the design up to our musical director.

Band Members Falling Sick
As a working band, we work with a roster of official 'deps' or understudies ready to step in at a moment’s notice should an unforeseen circumstance occur. They are professional well-rehearsed musicians representing the best talent out there, and for this reason we can guarantee the quality of our performance will not falter. Therefore you can be safe in the knowledge that if a band member falls ill we will be able to have another member of our collective step in seamlessly.

Sound Limiters
We can work with sound limiters! We have a few tricks up our sleeves for making sure you and your guests still get a slamming performance without cutting the power via the sound limiter. We can go acoustic, meaning we can have drums replaced by cajon or the drummer can use a smaller kit and even use feathered drumsticks or hot rods to reduce the decibel level. We can also have guitar and bass use less wattage for their amps and go acoustic if needed. We’ve dealt with sound limiters up and down the country and can confidently say a sound limiter won’t be a problem.