Paul Cattermole & The Stuff

from£2,950

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This exciting new party band headed up by Paul from S Club 7 plays all your favourite tunes to keep your dancefloor jumping all night! Classic rock and soul are mixed up with contemporary pop covers and even a few S Club hits.

With stunning male and female lead vocals, the band covers a wide range of music, guaranteeing there is something for everyone! The band are available in several line-ups: from their 6-piece featuring Paul, female vocals, bass guitar, electric guitar, keyboards and drums through to their 11-piece with additional vocals, horn section and percussion. Meet and greets with Paul before the performance can be arranged for an additional fee, and the band are happy to discuss song requests in advance.

As a member of S Club 7, Paul experienced massive global success, with the band selling over 20 million albums. S Club 7 hits include Reach, Don't Stop Movin', Bring It All Back, which are all performed as part of the bands live set. In the years since S Club 7, Paul has worked extensively in musical theatre and original music projects, as well as on the reformed S Club 7 Tour in 2015.

Paul is delighted to be performing with his live band, whose collective credits include performances and recording work with major names such as Take That, Madness, Alexandra Burke, Joe McElderry, Brian May and Cliff Richard.

If you are looking for a band that will leave you and your friends talking for years to come, take this incredible opportunity to hire a genuine, real deal pop star, Paul Cattermole and the Stuff!

Performance info

Line-up Male vocals; female vocals; guitar; keys; bass; drums
Performance duration 2 x 60 or 3 x 40 minute sets
Interval music Yes (included in price)
Lighting Yes (included)

Booking options

Add musician
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Extend the band's line-up to an 11-piece band
Meet and greet with Paul
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An opportunity for you and guests to rub shoulders with Paul Cattermole

S Club 7 Songs

Bring It All Back
Bring The House Down
Don’t Stop Moving
Reach

Current Pop

Bang Bang – Jessie J
Can’t Stop The Feeling – Justin Timberlake
Castle on a Hill – Ed Sheeran
Crazy in Love – Beyonce
Forget You – Ceelo Green
Get Lucky – Daft Punk
Give Me Love – Ed Sheeran
Happy – Pharell
Hold Back the River – James Bay
Human – Rag N Bone Man
Locked Out of Heaven – Bruno Mars
Make Your Own Kind of Music – Paloma Faith
Marry You – Bruno Mars
Movies Like Jagger – Maroon 5
Perfect Illusion – Lady Gaga
Price Tag – Jessie J
Say You Won’t Let Go – James Arthur
Shake It Off – Taylor Swift
Shape of You – Ed Sheeran
Shut Up and Dance with Me – Walk The Moon
Something in The Way You Move – Ellie Goulding
These Days – Rudimental
Treasure – Bruno Mars
Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars
Your Song – Rita Ora

Classic Songs

9 To 5 – Dolly Parton
Alright Now – Free
Are You Guna Go My Way – Lenny Kravitz
Beggin’ – Mad Con
Black Dog – Led Zeppelin
Born in The USA – Bruce Springsteen
Car Wash – Rose Royce
Celebration – Kool and the Gang
Dancing in The Street – Martha Reeves
Daydream Believer – The Monkees
Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen
Everybody Needs Somebody – Blues Brothers
Get Back – The Beatles
Get By With a Little Help From My Friends – Joe Cocker
Glory Days – Bruce Springsteen
Hard to Handle – Black Crowes
Hotel California – The Eagles
I Feel Good – James Brown
I Wanna Dance With Somebody – Whitney Houston
Johnny B Goode – Chuck Berry
Jump – Van Halen
Last Night a DJ Saved My Life – Indeep
Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams
Livin’ On A Prayer – Bon Jovi
Mr Brightside – The Killers
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Power Of Love – Huey Lewis
Respect – Aretha Franklin
Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top
Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash
Stand By Me – Ben E.King
Start Me Up – The Rolling Stones
Summer Of 69 – Bryan Adams
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyard Skynard
Sweet Child O Mine – Guns ‘N’ Roses
The Joker – Steve Miller Band
This Love – Maroon 5
Twist and Shout – The Beatles
Unbelievable – E. M F
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
We Are Family – Sister Sledge
We Are the Champions – Queen
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry
You Really Got Me – Van Halen
You Shock Me All Night Long – AC/DC
Young Hearts Run Free – Candi Staton

Book with confidence! After events, we ask our clients what they thought of our acts. We publish what they say here, so you can read genuine, unbiased feedback before booking.

10

“Despite initially giving off the mild aura of someone coerced into performing such mindlessly happy favourites as Bring It All Back, Paul Cattermole’s surprising acoustic version of Reach proved a highlight of the night. The shameless joy of the night was cemented by a few moments of pure pop brilliance that electrified the crowd, of which closers Reach (again) and Don’t Stop Moving were two. Cringe if you like, but S Club 7 put on a show that let the audience do what they came to do: Party like it’s 1999.”

10

“There are some great moments from the other members (of S Club 7), but they manifest in particularly surprising circumstances. Paul's solo turn on the guitar for an acoustic rendition of 'Reach' starts anxiously, but the audience quickly clock on to the new arrangement and fervently sing along, transforming the initial awkwardness into a genuinely adorable performance.”

10

“Paul Cattermole’s solo version of ‘Reach’ in which he accompanied himself with an acoustic guitar, began slightly apprehensively but soon won fans over and was a beautiful moment in the show. Perhaps the most refreshing element of the show was the group’s genuine appreciation to be there. Of course, money is always a significant factor in groups reforming but with S Club 7, it was evident that they were overwhelmed by the response of their ever-loyal fans and were having a whale of a time onstage. This created an even more vibrant energy and atmosphere. There was also a much-valued acknowledgement of the fact their fanbase are all adults now, demonstrated in each member’s statement in the tour programme and enjoyable cover of ‘Uptown Funk’.”


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