Swansong Acoustic are a professional guitar/female vocal duo with extensive experience and a vast repertoire born of many years on the road. Genres of music include jazz, rock, country, blues, mainstream and original material.
Lukasz• April 30, 2018
Swansong Acoustic was just amazing! Perfect fit with the International Jazz Day event. Our students loved the band. Beautiful voice and excellent instrumental skills impressed the audience. Moreover, Karen was open to any suggestions and ready to discuss the event details what made the evening even better. Would definitely book again.
Thank you to Swansong Acoustic, they made the night. Brilliant Performance. Can't wait for them to return.
Swansong Acoustic filled our venue with amazing renditions of a variety of songs - something for everyone. Karen's incredible powerful voice and Nige's beautiful guitar playing made this duo a real treat.
Howard• Dec. 19, 2017
Thursday night at The Victoria at Dronfield, always a top night as I book the acts for the venue, was brilliant this week with the appearance of Swansong Acoustic featuring Karen Gilmore and Nigel Smith on guitar who delivered a faultless performance
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Full PA (3k rig or small set up depending on venue), lights, background music (if required)
Midnight in Harlem (Tedeshi Trucks Band) / Hotel California (Eagles) / Everyday is a winding road (Crow) / My baby just cares for me (Simone) / Second time around (Brydon) / Sweet Child 'o Mine (G & R), Whole Lotta Rosie (AC/DC), Because the night (Springsteen - Patti Smith), Gimme Some Lovin' (Spencer Davis), Satisfaction (Stones), Babylon (David Gray), Songbird (McVie), Still got the blues (Gary Moore), Long Train Running (Doobie Bros), Hand in Pocket (Morissette), Dakota (Stereophonics), Son of a Preacherman (Springfield), Bad Moon Rising (Credence Clearwater Revival), Life by the drop (Stevie Ray Vaughan), Let's twist again (Chubby Checker) etc etc