Guy – Solo Lead Vocals-Guitarist

Solo Lead Vocals-Guitarist In London

Guy is a young, contemporary, and versatile solo lead vocals-Guitarist with a vast playlist of modern chart hits, as well as classics from the 50’s through to the 00’s.

He is a professional and experienced musician, who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music business, as well as starring in west end musicals. Guy has extensive experience of playing at weddings, University balls, private parties, charity events, and corporate functions.

Guy has worked extensively as a Singer and Guitarist for many function and tribute bands including, ‘Abba Magic’, ‘Probably Robbie’ (Robbie Williams Tribute), ‘Bjorn Again’ and ‘Green Dayz’ (Green Day Tribute). In 2003 he performed as Bjorn in the West End theatre show ‘Sing-a-Long-a-Abba’. He has performed in front of the Duke and Duchess of York at a wedding, and also performed at the legendary Abbey Road studios on 3 separate occasions!

What makes Guy different to other solo acts is his ability to keep his play list fresh and up to date, playing the most recent chart hits of the 2010’s as well as classics form the 50’s to the 00’s. The play list is always organised on the night, and is always varied to cater for the age range of the audience, and the songs that we know will get people up and dancing.

Guy is totally reliable, punctual, and smartly dressed. Onstage he is energetic and entertaining, involving the audience in the performance wherever possible! He can perform unplugged, on acoustic guitar and vocals, or plugged, with electric guitar, vocals, and backing tracks. He is is fully self-contained, providing a top of the range PA and lighting system for audiences up to 400 people.

Does the venue for your event have only a small floor space for the entertainers? Does the venue have sound level restrictions? Do you have a small budget? If the answer to this all these questions is yes then a full live band is probably not an option. Guy is able to set up in a small space, control the volume of the performance to comply with venue restrictions, and have a smaller price tag than a full live band without compromising on the performance.

With Guy you get great value for money as we can play up to 3 x 45 minute sets. In addition, we can play extended sets, and if requested can play an additional acoustic set during dinner or a drinks reception, and can even include a DJ in between the live sets. Guy can travel all over the UK and overseas, and will always strive to make your event special and give you a show you’ll never forget!

Mr Brightside

Summer Of 69

Sweet Home Alabama

Repertoire List

I’m a Believer – Monkees – 60’s
Brown Sugar – Stones – 60’s
Suspicious Minds – Elvis – 60’s
Soul Man – Sam and Dave – 60’s
Satisfaction – Stones – 60’s
Daydream Believer – Monkees -60’s
I feel Good – James Brown – 60’s
Sitting on the Dock Of the Bay – Otis Redding -60’s
You Really Got Me – The Kinks – 60’s
I saw her Standing there – The Beatles – 60’s
Jumpin Jack Flash – Rolling Stones – 60’s
Can’t Buy Me Love – The Beatles – 60’s
Moondance – Van Morrison – 60’s
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison -60’s
Stand By Me – Ben E King – 60’s
It’s Not Unusual – Tom Jones – 60’s
Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison – 60’s
All Shook Up – Elvis – 60’s
Hound dog – Elvis – 60’s
Jailhouse Rock – Elvis – 60’s

Fly Me to the Moon – Sinatra – 50’s
Mr Bojangles – Samy Davis Jnr – 50’s
The Lady is a Tramp – Sinatra – 50’s
Mack the Knife – Bobby Darin – 50’s
Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly – 50’s
That’ll be the Day – Buddy Holly – 50’s
Living Doll – Cliff Richard – 50’s
Summer Holiday – Cliff Richard – 50’s
Tutti Frutti – Little Richard – 50’s
Johnny Be Goode – Chuck Berry – 50’s
You never can tell – Chuck Berry – 50’s
Great balls of fire – Jerry Lee Lewis – 50’s
Rock Around the Clock – Bill Hailey – 50’s
Let’s twist again – Chubby Checker – 50’s

Come up and See Me – Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel -70’s
Superstition – Stevie Wonder – 70’s
Crazy Little thing called love – Queen -70’s
Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen -70’s
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynard Skynard – 70’s
Disco Inferno – The Traamps – 70’s

Town Called Malice – The Jam – 80’s
Living on A Prayer – Bon Jovi – 80’s
Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams – 80’s
The power of Love – Huey Lewis – 80’s
Footloose – Kenny Loggins – 80’s
Don’t you forget about me – Simple Minds – 80’s
Take on Me – Aha – 80’s
Billy Jean – Michael Jackson – 80’s
Every breath you Take – Police – 80’s
Kiss – Prince – 80’s

Angels – Robbie Williams – 90’s
Bohemian Like You – Dandy Warhols -90’s
Rocks Off – Primal Scream – 90’s
Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams – 90’s
We’re Alright – Supergrass – 90’s
Parklife – Blur – 90’s
Disco 2000 – Pulp – 90’s
Don’t Look back in Anger – Oasis – 90’s
Have I told you Lately – Van Morrison – 90’s
When You say Nothing at all – Ronan Keating – 90’s
Cosmic Girl – Jamiroquai – 90’s
You Do Something to Me – Paul Weller – 90’s
Have I told You Lately – Van Morrison – 90’s

Somebody Told Me – The Killers – 00’s
Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand – 00’s
I don’t Feel like Dancing – Scissor Sisters – 00’s
Hey Ya – Outkast – 00’s
Chelsea Dagger – The Fratelli’s – 00’s
I predict a Riot – Kaiser Cheifs – 00’s
I bet you look good on the dancefloor – Arctic Monkeys – 00’s
Valerie – Amy Winehouse – 00’s
Last Night – the Strokes – 00’s
Mr Brightside – The Killers – 00’s
Sex on Fire – Kings of Leon – 00’s

Get Lucky – Daft Punk – 2010’s
Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5 – 2010’s
Dynamite – Taio Cruz – 2010’s
I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas – 2010’s
Forget You – C lo Green 2010’s
Blurred Lines – Robin Thicke – 2010’s
Happy – Pharell Williams – 2010’s
Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson – 2010’s
Cake By the Ocean – DNCE – 2010’s
Can’t stop the Feeling – Justin Timberlake – 2010’s
Wake Me Up – Aviici- 2010’s
Want to Want Me – Jason Derulo – 2010’s
Shut up and Dance – Walk the Moon – 2010’s