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Scotch and Soda


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Dress to the nines and get ready to meet the newest sensation in town - it's Scotch & Soda!

As experts in music from the roaring twenties, Scotch & Soda bring the era's dazzling glitz and glamour to life, standing out as the most vibrant 1920s jazz band on the scene. They're perfect for anyone looking to dance the night away, sip on cocktails, and enjoy a lively Charleston.

If you're aiming to infuse your Prohibition-themed party with genuine flair, Scotch & Soda are the ones to deliver an unforgettable experience. With years of expertise performing in speakeasies, each band member knows how to entertain. They can also bring flapper girls to your event to get everyone dancing in no time. For a top-notch, classy event, Scotch & Soda are the ideal choice!

Oh my, you were all great. Everybody thought you were the best live band they have ever heard! Pusia, Private Event
Scotch & Soda's musicians have graced events for notable clients like Cancer Research UK, Hayling Island Jazz Festival, Henley Regatta and the Olympic Torch Relay.

They've performed for multiple celebrities and royalty and also at prestigious venues such as Buckingham Palace, ExCel Centre, Mansion House, Royal Academy of Arts, University of London, and St James' Palace.

Performance info

Starting line-up Vocals; clarinet/saxophone; guitar; double bass
Performance duration 2 x 60 minutes

Booking options

Add piano or drums
From £495 per musician
For a fuller sound and more rhythm
Add full PA and lighting
From £690
Recommended for evening performances and dancing

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