The Los Palmas 6 was set up to offer the total Madness tribute.
Theresa• Nov. 18, 2017
Fab night. Madness Tribute Band was Bloody Brilliant! My feet are killing me from all that dancing! Thanks for inviting us to celebrate your 50th birthday.
Vince Carden• June 10, 2017
The Friday night saw the best gig of the three weekends in the best venue with the best tribute band playing. Los Palmas 6 played a special one off set list ranging from playing all of the One Step Beyond album to a feat that will now have them in the Guiness book of Records - being the only Madness Tribute band ever to play March Of The Gherkins. What a gig.
Tricia Secretary Burghfield Residents Association.• May 8, 2017
"The band that we had booked from your agency for our May Fayre week-end were FABULOUS! No other words can describe it. My inbox is full to overflowing with word of thanks. Seriously though, they arrived on time. Set up, did their check. Had their sandwiches and then went on and never stopped. They appreciated the room I had set up for them. They were just great. They were hardly let off again at the finish. I am so pleased I booked them. I hope we can use someone from your agency again next year - but what BIG BOOTS they will have to follow. Please thank the band for me. Tricia Secretary Burghfield Residents Association.
8 May 2017"
Richard Toll• March 28, 2017
Just a note to say how brilliant Saturday night was at Maldon. Not being quite so intoxicated as I was at my 50th, it was great to watch and admire the professionalism of the musicians and vocals. You guys really are top notch. It was also a superb set. Johnny the Horse, Believe Me, Disappear, Land of Hope and Glory. Great to hear those tracks live in addition to the usual numbers. Loved it. It was good to meet you guys again and I look forward to the next time.
Jon - Madness Information Service• April 14, 2016
"""There used to be this word called ""Tribute"" and much like its friend ""Genius"" it got over used to the point where everyone forgot what it really meant. When they saw it written over posters of men dressed in union jack pyjama suits they assumed it meant the same as words like ""copying"" or the phrase ""a bit like"". When they heard it used so often before poor singers sang songs on the x factor written by other people they assumed the word meant ""borrowed from"". But Last Friday when Los Palmas 6 played, the word breathed a lung full of its feudal ancestry once again, and saw itself as an acknowledgment of gratitude, respect, and admiration, to a tribe. As a praiseworthy quality, I pass my own Tribute to what was an excellent entertaining set of pure solid fun. A great band, a true Tribute. Must have been booked by a genius "
ONE STEP BEYOND
ROCKIN IN Ab
ONE BETTER DAY
DRIVING IN MY CAR
TOMORROWS ANOTHER DAY
JOHNNY THE HORSE
SUN & THE RAIN
SHAME & SCANDAL
BED & BREAKFAST MAN
LAND OF HOPE & GLORY
HOUSE OF FUN
IT MUST BE LOVE