The Covers Brothers are real life siblings Paul and Steven Herron. Having played together for over 15 years, they share the same love for all harmony based classic pop music from the early sounds of 50s America through to the Britpop days of the 90s.
When they sing, the sound tells you they're brothers, and when they chat in between songs you can tell they're from the north east!
No backing tracks, no electronic trickery, just two voices and two acoustic guitars, simple, authentic, and fun.
- Please, describe your act or business in on sentence:Harmony laden cover versions of classic songs from the past 60 years.
- What are the highlights of your career?Too many to mention, but last ear we were flown out to upstate New York to play, it was absolutely amazing.
- What is your competitive advantage (special features)?I guess the fact we have no backing tracks, no lyrics sheets, no ipads, no special trickery, and we're happy to have a crack at song requests.
- What kind of events do you usually serve?Parties, weddings, Food fairs, corporate events, funerals, wakes, you name it, we've played it.
- Who are your previous clients?far too many to mention....
- How can event planners pay for your services?Bank Transfer, Cash, Cheque, Paypal, etc.
- How long do you play for?The usual length is 2 x 45minute sets, but this varies hugely from event to event, we are 100% flexible.
- Do you have your own PA and lighting?We have our own PA, but no lighting.
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?We are fully covered by public Liability insurance and all our equipment is PAT tested.
- How much space do you require?All we need is one plug socket, and around 4-5 meters squared, we can usually squeeze in anywhere we need to.
- My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?Probably, maybe, more then likely, get in touch!!
- How many breaks do you take? How long are they?usually just one break, between 15 and 30 minutes, but every event is different, we are flexible with most things.
James Sit Down
Elvis Presley Devil in Disguise
Thats alright Mama
The Stone Roses She bangs the Drums
Dire Straits Walk of life
Sultans of swing
So far away.
Crowded House Locked Out
Weather with you
Fall at your feet
Four seasons in one day
There goes god
It’s Only Natural
The Killers All these things that I have done
Take That Back For Good
George Michael Faith
Queen Crazy little thing called love
Elton John I’m still standing
I guess thats why they call it the blues
Abba Does your mother know?
The Cure Friday I’m in love
Joe Jackson Is she really going out with him?
Elbow One Day like This
Don McClean American Pie
Glen Campbell Rhinestone Cowboy
Johnny Cash Ring of fire
R.E.M. Shiny happy people
Man On The Moon
Losing My Religion
Stealers Wheel Stuck in the middle
The Bee Gees Stayin alive
Radiohead High and Dry
Neil Diamond Sweet Caroline
Hunters and Collectors Throw your arms around me
MGMT Time to pretend
Paul Weller Wild Wood
Cliff Richard Wired for sound
The Righteous Brothers You’ve lost that loving feeling
Kings Of Leon Sex On Fire
Simon & Garfunkel Homeward bound
Keep the customer satisfied
Paul Simon Diamonds on the soles of her shoes.
The Everly Brothers All I have to do is dream
Bye Bye Love
Wake up little Susie
Gerry Rafferty Baker Street
The Beatles Here comes the Sun
One after 909
The Ballad of John and Yoko
Back in the USSR
I Feel Fine
I’ve just seen a face
Oasis Rockin Chair
Don’t Look back in Anger
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Michael Jackson Smooth Criminal
Black or white
Jackie Wilson (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher
The Monkees Daydream believer
I’m a believer
This is a low
Fleetwood Mac Go your own way
Never going back again
The Verve Drugs don’t work
The Kinks Waterloo Sunset.
U2 With or without you
Angel Of Harlem
The Rolling Stones Last Time
The Strokes Last Nite
The Jam Town called malice
The Smiths There is a light that never goes out
David Bowie Star Man