Bossa Acoustic Trio

Bossa Acoustic Trio in London

The Bossa Acoustic Trio are a professional and reliable acoustic act that play covers of classic and current pop, indie, soul and RnB.

The lead vocalist has held a residency in Dubai at The Four Season and the guitarist has released 4 albums as a folk solo artist.

The Bossa Acoustic Duo

The Bossa Acoustic Duo

The set up is female vocals, male guitar + BVs and a male Cajon player is added to form a trio. As an act, they perform at private and corporate events as well as bars, pubs and restaurants all over London.


Repertoire List

Soul & Motown
Barratt Strong – Money
Big Mama Thornton – Hound Dog
Al Green – Tired of Being Alone
Marvin Gaye – Heard It Through the Grapevine
Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On
Stevie Wonder – Superstition
Stevie Wonder – Master Blaster (Jammin’)
Bill Withers – Ain’t No Sunshine
Ray Charles – Hit the Road Jack
James Brown – I Feel Good
Nina Simone – Feeling Good
Ben E. King – Stand by Me
Bill Withers – Lean on Me

Modern Soul & RnB
Jamie Woon – Sharpness
Lianne La Havas – No Room for Doubt
Amy Winehouse – Mister Magic
Banks – Change
Beyonce – Disappear
Alicia Keys – Unthinkable
Banks – Waiting Game
Drake – Hold on We’re Going Home
Nneka – Shining Star

Classic Pop
Eva Cassidy – Songbird
Grease – You’re the One That I Want (The Lennings cover)
Bob Marley – Is This Love (Allen Stone cover)
Tina Turney – Proud Mary
Stuck in The Middle with You
Dolly Parton – Jolene
Queen – Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Dusty Springfield – Son of a Preacher Man
Madonna – Papa Don’t Preach
Aretha Franklin – Say A Little Prayer
Roy Orbison – Pretty Woman
Nancy Sinatra – These Boots Are Made for Walking
Womack and Womack – Teardrops
Sting – Englishman in New York
Michael Jackson – Billie Jean
Aretha Franklin – You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman
Mungo Jerry – Summertime
Fleetwood Mac – Don’t Stop

Jazz & Swing
Peggy Lee – Fever
Peggy Lee – Why Don’t You Do Right
Louis Jordan – Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby
Ella Fitzgerald – Summertime
Ella Fitzgerald – When I Get Low I Get High
Ernest Rodgers – Willie the Chimney Sweeper
Chet Baker – Not for Me
Frank Sinatra – How Insensitive
Frank Sinatra – I Could Write a Book
Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse – Body & Soul

Classic Rock
The Police – Message in A Bottle
The Smiths – Big Mouth Strikes Again
Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box
Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock
Soft Cell – Tainted Love
The Kinks – You really Got Me
Bruce Springsteen – Dancing in The Dark
The Rolling Stones – Satisfaction
The Rolling Stones – Miss You

Modern Rock
The Cure – Just Like Heaven
Coldplay – Green Eyes
Paramore – The Only Exception
The Cure – Lovesong
Dallas Green/ City & Color – The Girl
The 1975 – Somebody Else
Arctic Monkeys – Fake Tales of San Francisco

Indie Pop & Folk
Feist – Cicadas & Gulls
Bon Iver – Flume
Mumford & Sons – Little Lion Man
The XX – Islands
Bon Iver – I Can’t Make You Love Me
Fleet Foxes – Mykonos
Laura Marling – Ghosts
I Blame Coco – No Smile
Mumford & Sons – Liar
I Blame Coco – Self Machine
The Black Keys – Lonely Boy
Kings of Leon – The Bucket
Lucia – Silence
Kings of Leon – Fans
Two Door Cinema Club – Something Good Can Work
Bombay Bicycle Club – Cancel On Me
Bombay Bicycle Club – Shuffle
The Black Keys – Tighten Up
The Black Keys – Next Girl
Gorillaz – Melancholy Hill


We first saw them performing at a friends 30th birthday celebration. We were so impressed by her voice and diversity of song selection that we immediately asked if they’d sing at our wedding. The band performed a beautiful set at our wedding ceremony and then a more uptempo set at the reception. We picked out our favourite songs (from The Cure to Drake to Christmas songs) and Steph, the lead, performed them uniquely and in a very cool style. All of our guests were very impressed. We cannot of imagined our wedding without them. Highly recommended!”
— Ali Cheyne

“The band was fantastic, and we would certainly work with them again in the future, The crowd loved their act and the lead was very professional and a lovely person to work with. 5 out of 5”
— Kate Nemeth (Smyle Creative),