Something Blue Acoustic Duo

Something Blue Acoustic Duo specialise in performing well known songs with dual vocals, guitar and sax guaranteed to have you tapping your feet! Whether you’re hosting a small intimate gathering in your own home for a few select friends, or holding a larger event for several hundred people, Something Blue Acoustic Duo mixes popular jazz numbers, pop from the 60’s to the present day, a bit of folk, rock, and even some ska!

Black Horse

Moondance

Space Oddity

When You’re Gone

Something Blue Acoustic Duo’s repertoire appeals to all ages and they will take special care to play at a level that will enable everyone to mingle and converse comfortably. Their repertoire of over 100 well-known tunes comprises all the most popular hits of the jazz era to well known pop covers. There’s something for everyone here. Something Blue’s PA takes up a minimum of space and requires the use of just one standard domestic power socket.

Client Comments
“Absolutely fantastic…”
BBC Southern Counties Radio

“An absolutely splendid performance. Just what our party needed!”
Mrs H of Tunbridge Wells, Kent

“The evening went brilliantly, thanks in no small part to your talent, friendliness, enthusiasm and professionalism.”
Mrs. J of Ticehurst, East Sussex

“Thank you for a hugely successful evening”
Mr. J of Battle, East Sussex

“There wasn’t a foot in the room that wasn’t tapping!”
Mrs L. of Lewes, East Sussex

“Shades of Coleman Hawkins!”
Mr L. of Heathfield, East Sussex

“How soon can we re-book you?”
The Rose and Crown, Mayfield

Repertoire List
9 – 5
Big Yellow Taxi
Black Horse and Cherry tree
Blues is my business
Chuck E’s in love
Comin home baby
Fast as you can
Fever
Give a little bit
Good tradition
I’ll be there for you
Luka
Make me smile
Me and Bobby McGee
Mojo working
Moneymaker
Must be love
My Little Sister
New Shoes
Nothing ever happens
One step beyond
Something Stupid
Space Oddity
Stuck in the middle
Suddenly I see
Thorn in my side
Thrill is gone
Wayfaring Stranger
When you’re gone
Will you

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