The Strand is a lively Wedding and Party band. This well established 5 piece is very popular and plays a wide range of well-known music guaranteed to keep your dance floor full. The setlist includes songs from the music from 60`s together with plenty of up to date chart hits.
Shirley Jaques• 9 Dec 2015
I Just wanted to let you know how much all of my friends enjoyed ‘The Strand’ at my birthday party. Everyone said what a brilliant mix of music and how much they enjoyed dancing to it. Even people who do not usually dance were up on the dancefloor; strutting their stuff! It has also been commented that although it was suitably loud it didn't stop them from talking and chatting. All the best to you and the band
- Please, describe your act or business in on sentence:Lively and fun dance band catering for all ages and musical tastes.
- What are the highlights of your career?The band has been playing regularly in a wide range of venues over the last 24 years. We do many charity fundraising events each year however last year's highlight would be an outdoor concert event playing to approx. 2400 guides at Foxlease in Hampshire.
- What is your competitive advantage (special features)?Our price is kept low
- What kind of events do you usually serve?Weddings, private parties and corporate events. We also cater for smaller venues including some pubs and clubs.
- Who are your previous clients?Hampshire Police, Marks & Spencer, R&M Electrical, Smile4Wessex, The Joe Glover Trust, Click Sergeant...and many others, numerous Hotels, Golf clubs and Yacht Clubs and private venues
- How can event planners pay for your services?A deposit of 10% of the booking fee is required at the time of booking. This is usually done by bank transfer. The balance is then payable either 5 days prior to the performance by bank transfer or, in cash on the day on arrival.
... here are some songs recently played by The Strand ...
Dance with me Tonight – Olly Murs
Marry You – Bruno Mars
Happy – Pharrell Williams
Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson
Castle on a hill - Ed Sheehan