Boogie Oogie

A seven-piece band specialising in 70s and 80s disco, funk and soul, and renowned for its breathtaking vocals, fat, funky grooves and sophisticated image. Ten years’ experience at weddings, corporate events, TV, radio and festivals in the UK and Europe.

Boogie Oogie are one of the few party bands in the UK to combine the disco, funk and soul classics of the 70s and 80s, More Boogie provide an unmissable live experience. A dynamic seven-piece band, they have honed a distinctive sound of breathtaking four-part harmonies and the fattest, funkiest grooves.

Their dazzling musicianship, high-energy performances and stylish, sophisticated image have earned them an unrivalled reputation. If you want fun, without the cheese, then look no further. Whatever the occasion – weddings, corporate functions, festivals – More Boogie guarantee to tear the roof off your event and leave no one standing (still)!
Each member has a wealth of performance experience: at Glastonbury Festival and the Mercury Music Awards; on TV (Top of the Pops, Later with Jools Holland) and radio (John Peel, Sean Hughes); and with artists such as Basement Jaxx, MJ Cole, D-Ream, Roots Manuva, Kym Mazelle, The Shamen & Urban Species. They have worked together for more than ten years, with such corporate clients as the BBC, GlaxoSmithKline, HM Forces, the Law Society and Willis Faber.
Their client-centred service begins the moment you make an enquiry, and they will liaise with you on every detail to ensure your event runs without a hitch. They come fully equipped with a professional PA system and lighting rig suitable for venues of up to 300 people and can arrange for additional equipment and technicians if required. As a matter of course, they play pre-mixed music between their sets, but they also offer an DJ service should you wish.

Crazy In Love

Dr Beat

Greatest Dancer

Hot Stuff

Somebody Else’s Guy

You Make Me

Client Comments
‘The client was blown away by the band. Not only was the music brilliant, but you really brought the whole evening together. I also wanted to say what a pleasure it has been to work with you. I hope we can do it again.’
– Sian O’Riordan, Cork Entertainment
‘Thank you for making my wedding reception such a success. It really wouldn’t have been the same without you. You did such an amazing job of getting everyone dancing ˇ you even got my dad up there! I’d recommend you to anyone without hesitation’
– Fiona Pegg, wedding, Dumbarton
‘I would like to extend my warmest thanks to everyone from the band. I take my hat off to More Boogie for a thoroughly enjoyable and professional performance which rounded off the evening in the best possible manner’
– Michael Frith, wedding, Saxmundham,
‘The band sounded superb and it was really lovely for me to leave the whole running of the event to you. You really got everybody on the dance floor and all my guests had a fabulous time. Thank you very much for both your enthusiasm and professionalism’
– Laura Webb, St George’s Medical School Alumni Ball

Repertoire List
A night to remember – Shalamar
All night long – Mary Jane Girls
Ain’t nobody – Chaka Khan
Ain’t nothing going on but the rent – Gwen Guthrie
And the beat goes on – The Whispers
Apparently nothing – Young Disciples
As – Stevie Wonder
Baby one more time – Britney Spears
Best of my love – The Emotions
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Blame it on the boogie – Jackson Five
Boogie oogie oogie – A Taste of Honey
Boogie wonderland – Earth Wind & Fire
Crazy in love – Beyonce
Disco inferno – The Trammps
Do I do – Stevie Wonder
Don’t you worry ’bout a thing – Stevie Wonder
Dream come true – Brand New Heavies
Ease on down the road – Michael Jackson and Diana Ross
Everybody dance – Chic
Fame – Irene Cara
Funkin’ for Jamaica – Tom Browne
Gimme gimme – Abba
Good times – Chic
He’s the greatest dancer – Sister Sledge
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
History – Mai Tai
I can make you feel good – Shalamar
I feel for you – Chaka Khan
I found lovin’ – Fatback Band
I’m coming out – Diana Ross
I’m every woman – Chaka Khan
Independent women – Destiny’s Child
It’s a love thing – The Whispers
It’s raining men – The Weather Girls
I wish – Stevie Wonder
I wanna thank ya – Angie Stone
I want your love – Chic
Jump – Pointer Sisters
Ladies’ night – Kool and the Gang
Lady marmalade – Labelle
Le freak – Chic
Let’s go round again – Average White Band
Let’s groove – Earth Wind & Fire
Lost in music – Sister Sledge
Love at first sight – Kylie Minogue
Love come down – Evelyn King
More than a woman – Bee Gees
My lovin’ (Never gonna get it) – En Vogue
Night fever – Bee Gees
Nights on Broadway – Candi Staton
1999 – Prince
Off the wall – Michael Jackson
PYT – Michael Jackson
Relight my fire – Dan Hartman
Rhythm of the night – Debarge
Rock with you – Michael Jackson
Runaway – Lolleata Holloway
Runaway love – Linda Clifford
September – Earth Wind & Fire
Somebody else’s guy – Jocelyn Brown
Street life – Randy Crawford/The Crusaders
Superstar – Jamelia
There it is – Shalamar
Thinking of you – Sister Sledge
Upside down – Diana Ross
Voulez vous – ABBA
We are family – Sister Sledge
You make me feel – Sylvester
Young Hearts – Candi Staton

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