Sarah Collins is a firm favourite on today's Motown and Northern Soul scene with many appearances at UK and European festivals and events. Videos of her singing Northern Soul covers on her YouTube channel have clocked up over 7 million views. She's now got together with a group of highly experienced musicians to recreate the live sound and feel of the songs which originated on an underground scene during the mid 60s and have swept the dance floors ever since. With a line-up of guitar, bass, drums and keyboards, backing vocals and a one to three-piece brass section, the band play authentic arrangements of the original songs. Keep The Faith provide a live Motown and Northern Soul experience that is second to none.
Nick Reed, Masham Town Hall• Nov. 1, 2017
"""What a cracking night of Northern Soul we had yesterday. Sarah's dazzling voice and stage presence, and a top-class band doing full justice to 30+ soul classics and a bit of bonus ska as well! Virtuoso horn trio, tight rhythm section, crisp Fred Perrys! One of the best nights we've had here at the town hall, come back soon!!!"
Leeds Crusaders Scooter Club• July 4, 2017
"""We all had one of the best nights ever, fantastic vocals and great band plus the ability to have the place bouncing from the first song to the last"""
Services From Sarah Collins & Keep The Faith
7 Piece Band With Female Vocals - 2 Hours
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CLASSIC MOTOWN & SOUL
Ain't That Peculiar (Marvin Gaye)
Baby I Need Your Loving (The Four Tops)
Come See About Me (The Supremes)
Could It Be I'm Falling In Love (The Spinners)
Dancing In The Street (Martha Reeves)
Knock On Wood (Eddie Floyd)
Give Me Just A Little More Time (COTB)
He Was Really Saying Something (Velvelettes)
Higher And Higher (Jackie Wilson)
Hold Back The Night (The Trammps)
I Can't Help Myself (The Four Tops)
I'll Be Around (The Spinners)
It's The Same Old Song (The Four Tops)
Jimmy Mack (Martha Reeves)
Land Of A 1000 Dances (Wilson Pickett)
Let's Stay Together (Al Green)
Midnight Hour (Eddie Floyd)
Needle In A Haystack (Velvelettes)
Shake A Tail Feather (Ray Charles)
Suddenly (Billy Ocean)
Superstition (Stevie Wonder)
Sweet Soul Music (Arthur Conley)
Take Me In You Arms (Kim Weston)
The Love I Lost (Harold Melvin)
Too Busy Think About My Baby (Marvin Gaye)
25 Miles (Edwin Starr)
A Lovers' Concerto (The Toys)
Band Of Gold (Freda Payne)
Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy (The Tams)
Cool Jerk (The Capitols)
Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) (Frank Wilson)
Getting Mighty Crowded (Betty Everett)
Gone With The Wind Is My Love (Rita & The Tiaras)
Heaven Must Have Sent You (The Elgins)
I’m Gonna Run Away From You (Tami Lynn)
I'm On My Way (Dean Parrish)
Just A Little Misunderstanding (The Contours)
Let's Wade In The Water (Marlena Shaw)
Long After Tonight Is All Over (Jimmy Radcliffe)
Move On Up (Curtis Mayfield)
My Man Is A Sweet Man (Millie Small)
Open The Door To Your Heart (Darrell Banks)
Out On The Floor (Dobie Gray)
Red Light Spells Danger (Billy Ocean)
Shoorah Shoorah (Betty Wright)
Soul Time (Shirley Ellis)
Stick By Me Baby (The Salvadors)
Tainted Love (Gloria Jones)
The Night (Frankie Valli)
There's A Ghost In My House (R. Dean Taylor)
The Snake (Al Wilson)
Time (Edwin Starr)
Turning My Heartbeat Up (The MVPs)
What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted (Jimmy Ruffin)
When You’re Young And In Love (The Marvelettes)
You Didn't Say A Word (Yvonne Baker)
You've Been Gone Too Long (Ann Sexton)
A Message To You Rudy (The Specials)
Lip Up Fatty (Bad Manners)
Monkey Man (The Specials)
My Boy Lollipop (Millie Small)
On My Radio (The Selecter)
You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) (Dawn Penn)