Footprint Duo

Footprint Duo Wedding Band


Footprint are a young, contemporary, and versatile party duo with a vast playlist of modern chart hits, as well as classics from the 50’s through to the 90’s. The duo consists of female (Lead Vocals) and male (Lead Vocals / Guitar).

Both are professional and experienced musicians, who have worked with some of the biggest names in the music business, as well as starring in west end musicals.

They are ideal to hire for weddings and private functions with a limited space or budget but still require a high quality, well presented and versatile act that can entertain a variety of guests from all ages.

Both musicians have extensive experience of playing at weddings, University balls, private parties, charity events, and corporate functions.

Kate has worked as a backing singer with Lou Reed, Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet), ABC, Visage, T’pau, and Go West. Her Session credits include Hayley Westenra, Elvis Costello and Toby Smith (Jamiroquai).

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’.

Hits of The 00’s

Hits of The 60’s & 70’s

Hits of The 80’s & 90’s


What makes Footprint different to other duo’s is their ability to keep their play list fresh and up to date, playing the most recent chart hits of the 00’s as well as classics form the 50’s to the 90’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.

Footprint are totally reliable, punctual, and smartly dressed. Onstage they are energetic and entertaining, involving the audience in the performance wherever possible! The duo 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.

Footprint are 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 Footprint you get great value for money as they can play up to 3 x 45 minute sets. In addition, they can play extended sets, and if requested can play an additional Jazz/background music set during dinner or a drinks reception, and can even include a DJ in between the live sets. Footprint 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!

Client Comments


Have just got back from honeymoon and just wanted to say a huge thank you to you and Katie for our evening reception. You were absolutely brilliant and totally made the whole thing for us. Everyone commented on how fantastic and varied your set was. You even encouraged a bit of a “break dancing” dance off among some of the guys! Everyone was just very disappointed that you couldn’t play on for longer!! Will be sure to recommend you to friends / family in the future.

Thanks again
– Mike and Louise Corcoran .


Just wanted to say “thank you”. I thought the music went down really well with everyone and the first dance was certainly fun.

All the best
– Andrew Brock – Wedding 

Dear Guy,

Thank you so much for arranging everything for the evening. The duo was extremely popular and had the dance floor filled right from the start! Exactly what we were hoping for. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you. Very best wishes and huge thanks.

– Nicola Hall Thompson – Wedding 

Song List
All Summer Long – Kid Rock – 00’s
American Boy – Estelle – 00’s
Buck Rogers – Feeder – 00’s.
Chelsea Dagger – The Fratelli’s – 00’s
Crazy – Knarls Berkley – 00’s
Crazy in Love – Beyonce – 00’s
Don’t Upset the Rhythm – Noisettes – 00’s
Fascination – Alphabeat -00’s
Hey Ya – Outkast – 00’s
I Believe in a Thing Called Love – The Darkness -00’s
I bet you look good on the dancefloor – Arctic Monkeys – 00’s
I don’t Feel like Dancing – Scissor Sisters – 00’s
I got a Feelin- Black Eyed Peas – 00’s
I kissed a Girl – Katy Perry – 00’s
I predict a Riot – Kaiser Cheifs – 00’s
Last Night – The Strokes – 00’s
Mercy – Duffy – 00’s
Monster – The Automatic -00’s
Mr Brightside- Killers – 00’s
No Tomorrow – Orson – 00’s
Poker Face – Lady Gaga – 00’s
Put your records on – Corrine Bailey Rae – 00’s
R U Gonna Be My Girl – Jet – 00’s
Rehab – Amy Winehouse – 00’s
Sex On Fire – Kings Of Leon – 00’s
Skater Boy – Avril lavigne – 00’s
Smile – Lily Allen – 00’s
Somebody Told Me – The Killers – 00’s
Super Duper Love – Joss Stone -00’s
Sweet About Me – Gabriela Cilmi – 00’s
Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand – 00’s
This Love – Maroon 5 – 00’s
Times Like These – Foo Fighters – 00’s.
When You were Young – The Killers -00’s

All The Small Things – Blink 182 – 90’s
Angels – Robbie Williams – 90’s
Bohemian Like You – Dandy Warhols -90’s
Disco 2000 – Pulp – 90’s
Don’t Look back in Anger – Oasis – 90’s
Hard to Handle – Black Crowes – 90’s
Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams – 90’s
Mama told me not to Come –Tom Jones -90’s
Parklife – Blur – 90’s
Rocks Off – Primal Scream – 90’s
Teenage Dirtbag – Wheatus – 90’s
The One and Only – Chesney Hawkes – 90’s
Under the Bridge – Chilli Peppers – 90’s
We’re Alright – Supergrass – 90’s
When You’re gone – Bryan Adams / Mel C – 90’s

1999 – Prince – 80’s
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson – 80’s
Celebration – Kool and the Gang – 80’s
Don’t you Forget About Me- Simple Minds – 80’s`
Don’t You Want Me Baby – Human Legue – 80’s
Hey Mickey – Tony Basil – 80’s
I Think We’re alone Now – Tiffany – 80’s
I’m so excited – Pointer Sisters – 80’s
Kids in America – Kim Wilde – 80’s
Kiss-Prince- 80’s
Lets Dance-David Bowie – 80’s
Living on a Prayer – Bon Jovi – 80’s
Material Girl – Madonna – 80’s
Somebody else’s Guy – Jocelyn Brown – 80’s
Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams – 80’s
The Power Of Love – Huey Lewis and the News – 80’s
Town Called Malice – The Jam – 80’s
Thriller – Michael Jackson – 80’s

Blame it on the Boogie – The Jacksons – 70’s
Come up and See Me – Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel -70’s
Crazy Little thing called love – Queen -70’s
Dancing Queen – Abba – 70’s
Disco Inferno – The Tramps – 70’s
Don’t stop me now – Queen – 70’s
Greatest Dancer – Chic – 70’s
Heart of Glass – Blondie – 70’s
Hot stuff – Donna Summer – 70’s
I want you Back – The Jacksons – 70’s
I will survive – Gloria Gaynor – 70’s
I Wish – Stevie Wonder – 70’s
Lady Marmalade – LA Belle – 70’s
Le Freak-Chic – 70’s
Long train Runnin – Doobie Brothers – 70’s
Lost in Music – Chic -70’s
Lovely Day – Bill Withers – 70’s
Mamma Mia – Abba -70’s
Play that funky Music – Wild Cherry – 70’s
Relight my Fire – Dan Hartman – 70’s
Superstition – Stevie Wonder – 70’s
Sweet home Alabama- Lynard Skynard – 70’s
Teenage Kicks – Undertones – 70’s
That’s the way I like it – KC and the Sunshine band – 70’s
Thinking of You-sister sledge – 70’s
Video Killed the Radio Star – Bugles – 70’s
We are Family – Sister Sledge – 70’s
Wishing on a star- Rose Royce – 70’s
You might need Somebody – 70’s
Young hearts – Rose Royce – 70’s
You should be Dancin-Bee Gees – 70’s

Brown Sugar – Stones – 60’s
Build me Up Buttercup – Foundations – 60’s
Dancing in the Streets – Martha Reeves – 60’s
Daydream Believer – Monkees -60’s
Gimme Some Lovin – Blues Brothers -60’s
Higher and Higher – Jackie Wilson – 60’s
Honky Tonk Women – Stones – 60’s
I feel Good – James Brown – 60’s
I’m a Believer – Monkees – 60’s
I saw her Standing there – The Beatles – 60’s
Rescue Me – Fontella Bass – 60’s
Respect – Aretha Franklin – 60’s
Satisfaction – Stones – 60’s
Sex Machine – James Brown – 60’s
Signed Sealed Delivered – Stevie Wonder – 60’s
Sitting on the Dock Of the Bay – Otis Redding -60’s
Shake your tail Feather – Ray Charles – 60’s
Son of a preacherman – Dusty Springfield – 60’s
Soul Man – Sam and Dave – 60’s
Suspicious Minds – Elvis – 60’s
Think – Aretha Franklin – 60’s
You Really Got Me – The Kinks – 60’s

Fly Me to the Moon – Sinatra – 50’s
Johnny be Goode – Chuck Berry – 50’s
Mr Bojangles – Samy Davis Jnr – 50’s
The Lady is a Tramp – Sinatra – 50’s

Hire a small wedding band , party bands or function band,  when you require quality but on a budget, available in London and the Home Counties.


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