The band have compiled the following list of Frequently Asked Questions. You can read all the answers below...

How much do you charge?
Please contact us. In order to provide an accurate quote we will ask you for the location, date and required arrival time.

Can I come to watch the band?
Yes, by arrangement. Our performances are normally at private events but we can arrange for prospective clients to come and watch the show. It also gives us a chance to discuss the requirements of your event in more detail. Please contact us to arrange a suitable date.

How long do you play for?
We find that most events request either two sets of 60 minutes or three sets of 45 minutes but we are flexible - feel free to ask for what you want.

Where do you play?
We are based in East Anglia, UK. Most of our work is currently in the Home Counties, Midlands, East Anglia and North London but we are happy to travel throughout the UK, subject to travel and accommodation costs.

How long do you take to set up?
It takes us around two hours to unload our equipment, set up and carry out a sound check. We normally ask for access to the venue 2 hours 30 minutes before your guests are due to arrive. We also request that clients please advise of any circumstances that may increase the setting up time, e.g. difficult access, stairs or elevators.

Will it be too loud?
Our sound engineer will be positioned close to the dance floor and he will set the volume to a level that is appropriate for the venue. We are always sympathetic to the requirements of clients and/or venue management and will always adhere to reasonable demands in respect of the volume at which we perform.
How much space do you need?
The recommended stage size is 7.5m wide x 5m deep (25 x 16 feet). It may be possible to fit on a smaller stage provided there is space in front and to the sides which can be used for speaker cabinets and other equipment.

Do you have insurance against accidents and damage at venues?
Yes, we have public liability insurance that covers accidental bodily injury and accidental loss or damage to property arising from use of musical equipment. Our equipment is also fully tested for electrical safety (PAT tested).