The scarlet feathers

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Transport yourself 60 years back in time and 3000 miles westwards with the sound of The scarlet feathers. The band are made up of some of London's finest session musicians, brought together by their mutual love for early New Orleans rhythm & blues.

Specialising in recreating the original and authentic sound of R&B, The scarlet feathers are passionate about the 45" records that emerged from the New Orleans studios of Cosimo Matassa in the 1950s and 1960s by the likes of Little Richard, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint and Big Joe Turner.

Expect stylish horn licks, soulful vocals and classic tunes that are guaranteed to get the dancefloor heaving.

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  • Do you have your own PA and lighting?

    We have a PA and Some lights.

  • Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?


  • How much space do you require?

    For a three piece band 6sq m

  • My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?

    We would be happy to learn new songs that fit our repertoire.

  • How many breaks do you take? How long are they?

    20min for every hour set

Set List/Services

I didn't want To Do It (The Spiders)
I Got Sumpin' For You (Guitar Slim)
I hear you knocking (Smiley Lewis)Ah Cubanas (Dave Bartholomew)
Ain't That A Shame (Fats Domino)
Arabian Love Call (Art Neville)
As Long As I'm Moving (Ruth Brown)
Back Home To Me (Aaron Neville)
Blue Monday (Fats Domino)
The Bright Mississippi (Allen Toussaint)
Cat Music (Fats and Dave)
Don't Blame it on me (Dave Bartholomew & Fats Domino)
Don't Jive Me (Smiley Lewis)
Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans (Louis Armstrong)
Everytime I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone (Roy Montrell)
The Fat Man (Fats Domino)
Flip Flop & Fly (Big Joe Turner)
Going to Chow (Dave Bartholomew)
Hook Line & Sinker (Smiley Lewis)
I hope you're coming back to New Orleans (The Jazz Vipers)
I love to rock & roll (Eddie Bo)
I'm In Love Again (Fats Domino & Dave Bartholomew)
Java (Allen Toussaint)
Jock-a-mo (James "Sugar Boy" Crawford)
Let The Good Times Roll (Ray Charles)
Mama Don't Like It (Smiley Lewis)
Mardi Gras Mambo (The Hawketts)
Mojo Hannah (Tami Lynn)
One Night (Smiley Lewis)
Rip It Up (Little Richard)
Say Baby (Blind Willie Johnson)
Shrimp & Gumbo (Dave Bartholomew)
Sixteen Tons (BB King)
Snake Eyes (Alvin 'Red' Tyler)
Something You Got (Barbara George)
Stormy Weather (Harold Arlen & Ted Koehler)
Sufferin' Mind (Guitar Slim)
Walk That Walk (Eddie Bo)
Walking To New Orleans (Fats Domino)
Well I Done Got Over It (Guitar Slim)
What's Going On (Art Neville)
Ya Ya (Lee Dorsey)