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Line-Up: 5 Piece

Lead Vocals: Male/Female vocals

Guide Price: £1062

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Genre: Pop / Rock Cover



Pop / Rock Cover Wedding Band Hire Warwickshire - The Jump (Finally - Ce Ce Peniston)

Pop / Rock Cover Wedding Band Hire Warwickshire - The Jump (Mr Brightside - The Killers)

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Based: Warwickshire

Guide Price: £1062

Genre: Pop / Rock Cover

Line-Up: 5 Piece

Lead Vocals: Male/Female vocals


Pop / Rock Cover Wedding Band Hire Warwickshire - The Jump

The Jump have honed their skills over the past decade performing at venues such as the NEC and NIA, playing at The Big Chill and Godiva Festivals, and performing live on BBC radio. They have worked with world-renowned producers Hanif Williams and Grammy award winner Roger Lomas and shared stages with the likes of The Selecta, The Specials, Steps, and INXS.

This has seen them travel not only in the UK, but jet setting around USA, Europe, and the Middle East.


Modern Tracks

Cake By The Ocean (DNCE)
Shut Up and Dance (Walk the Moon)
Uptown Funk (Mark Ronson)
24k Magic (Bruno Mars)
Get Lucky (Daft Punk)Modern Continued…
Rather Be (Clean Bandit/Jess Glynne)
Real Love (Clean Bandit/Jess Glyne)
King (Years and Years)
Moves Like Jagger (Maroon 5)
Domino (Jessie J)


Insomnia (intro) (Faithless)
Let Me Be Your Fantasy (Baby D)
Dreamer (Livin’ Joy)
2 Can Play That Game (Bobby Brown)
Finally (CeCe Peniston)


Teenage Dirtbag (Wheatus)
Disco 2000 (Pulp)
Moving Too Fast (Artful Dodger)
Toca’s Miracle (Fragma)

90s Mash Up

What’s The Story Morning Glory (Oasis)
Where Love Lives (Alison limerick)
U Sure Do (Strike)
Girls and Boys (Blur)

Smash Hits

Reach (S Club 7)
Spinning Around (Kylie Minogue)
Hit Me Baby One More Time (Britney Spears)
Everybody (Backstreet Boys)

Jacko Medley

Wanna Be Starting Something
The Way You Make Me Feel
Beat It

Soul Revival

You’ve Got The Love (Florence)
Forget You (Ce Lo Green)
Valerie (Amy Winehouse)

Live Lounge

Rude (Magic)
All That She Wants (Ace of Base)
Counting Stars (One Republic)

New Wave / Punk

99 Red Balloons (Nena)
Kids In America (Kim Wilde)
Call Me (Blondie)


House Of Fun (Madness)
Town Called Malice (The Jam)
Come On Eileen (Dexys Midnight Runners)

80s Movie Medley

What A Feeling (Irene Cara)
Fame (Irene Cara)
Footloose (Kenny Loggins)

British Synth Pop

We close Our Eyes (intro) (Go West)
Video Killed The Radio Star (Buggles)
Don’t You Want Me Baby (Human League)
Respect (Erasure)

80s Hair Rock

Jump (intro) (Van Halen)
We Built This City (Starship)
Easy Lover (Phil Collins and Philip Bailey)
Final Countdown (Europe)

80s Pop Hits

Wanna Dance With Somebody (W Houston)
We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off (Jermaine Stewart)
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)
I’m So Excited (Pointer Sisters)


I Want You Back (Jackson 5)
Tears Of A clown (Smokey Robinson)
Reach Out (I’ll Be There) (Four Tops)
Higher & Higher (Jackie Wilson)

60s Pop Rock

Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones)
I’m A Believer (The Monkees)
You Really Got Me (The Kinks)
Saw Her Standing There (The Beatles)


I’m Coming Out (Dianna Ross)
He’s The Greatest Dancer (Sister Sledge)
Let’s Groove (Earth Wind & Fire)
Boogie WOnderland (Earth Wind & Fire)

Indie Encore

Mr. Brightside (The Killers)
Sex On Fire (Kings Of Leon)

Rock Encore

Living On A Prayer (Bon Jovi)
Don’t Stop Believing (Journey)

Rave Encore

Everybody’s Free (Rizalla)
Set You Free (N Trance)


“…Thanks for adding a big chunk of boogie-woogie-funky-wunky-rocknrolly juice to the night! Loved by all and wont be the last time we see you I’m sure.” Rich & Ali Hemming

“…You were AMAZING!!! So many people commented with such words as… Incredible; outstanding; great fun!!!”Scott and Julia Bishop

“…I have heard nothing but awesome comments about you guys and the sets you played!! Cheers guys cracking effort”Cpl Daniel Terblanche, 1st Royal Tank Regiment


Our typical ‘on-site’ times are between 5pm and 12.30am (including setting-up and packing down time, so this would accommodate a midnight finish for the music). If you require us any earlier or later this will usually incur a nominal extra charge. Get-in, set-up and soundcheck usually takes around an hour and half (depending on the complexity of the load-in - with an easy load-in this can be as little as 1 hour).

In order to maximise the dancing try and attempt to place the band sets as late as possible and around other events you may have on the evening (buffet, fireworks etc). Typical successful timings (for say, a wedding) would look something like this:  
5.00pm – arrive, set-up, soundcheck.
6.30pm – background dinner or disco music (whilst the band gets changed)
8.00pm – buffet
9.00pm – band’s first set
10.00pm – interval (with disco)
10.30pm – band’s second set
11.30pm – disco music
Midnight – Finish
12.30am – band leave site.   

Loading Area  
We require an area where we can park for at least 20 minutes without risk of getting a ticket. J  

Staging Area  
We require approximately 150 square feet (say; 10ft depth, 15ft width) for us to set-up. For the best visual/audio results it is best we play down the ‘length’ of the room (so we would be at one end of the room, facing the other) with the dancefloor immediately in front of us. 

There should be a minimum of two 13 amp sockets near the staging area. If power is located elsewhere, the venue may need to provide extension leads to run power nearer our location. If the venue uses a generator this must be well grounded (to avoid electrocution), voltage regulated (so no power spikes can damage our equipment) and a minimum 5kw (to safely run our equipment).  

Soundcheck is an integral part of our preparations. This is where we check the PA, lights and instruments to make sure that everything is configured correctly. We will need to make noise during soundcheck (otherwise we cannot check the sound...!). This usually occurs in the last 15 minutes where we will run a few songs to ensure that everything is primed and ready for the evening.  

Changing Area  
When we arrive we will typically be in our ‘civvies’ (as lugging equipment can be a messy business!), we therefore require an area where we can get changed into our stage clothes. This should be big enough for five people, and ideally secure (so we can leave our belongings there whilst we play).  

As we will be on site for the entire evening we will require some sort of ‘hot’ evening meal. The band do not have any allergies and there are no vegetarians, so we’re not that fussy...! It is usually easier with weddings to cater for us within the buffet numbers.  

Use of Our Equipment (for speeches etc)  
If you wish to use our PA equipment for speeches this is fine. However, please bear in mind we no longer use radio mics (as they have too often picked up the local taxi company during a gig!), so any speakers would need to come to the stage area and use our ‘wired’ microphones. If you have a professional performer (say, a solo artist or duo) who would like to use our PA, this can be arranged (as long as they bring their own instruments). Depending on the specific requirements this may incur a small extra charge.   Please note, we no longer allow DJs or bands to use our equipment (as they can potentially drive the PA too hard and damage it) and the use of our instruments and guitar amplifiers will not be allowed under any circumstances (as these are easily damaged too). Unfortunately we do not offer a ‘Rockeoke’ service (where guests can sing with the band) as guests are not covered in our equipment insurance.   

‘Laptop DJ’ Service: First Dance and Other DJ Song Requests  
The laptop DJ service uses a playlist-based software package and is not ‘manned’ (as we are often getting changed, eating, having a break etc!). Whilst we have a large library of music it is by no means exhaustive. If there are specific tracks you would like to bet played on the night we recommend you provide these on either a memory stick or CD. Some clients in the past have provided their own playlist on a laptop or iPod - this is no problem at all, we can plug this directly into our PA.