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Zydeco Stew


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The Zydeco Stew band's upbeat, danceable set, incorporates fiddle, tin whistle, accordion, double bass and vocals, and has been delighting audiences at private and public events UK wide for the last few years.

The band like nothing better than to play foot-stompin' honky-tonk, zydeco and R&B that you can dance the Texas polka to!

With a flexible line-up, they sound equally good as a trio or quartet; the regular line up includes musicians who have worked alongside stars such as Van Morrison and Bob Geldof.

Members of the band have provided entertainment for numerous venues and private clients including The Oxo Tower Brasserie, The King's Head Theatre, China White, The Barbican, Marco Pierre White's in Stamford Bridge, Eversheds Law Firm and fashion designer Ted Baker playing their honky-tonk style vintage classics!

Performance info

Line-up Male lead vocals/guitar; double bass; fiddle or accordion
Performance duration 2 x 60 minute or 3 x 40 minute sets
Interval music Yes (included in price)

Booking options

Quartet (adds fiddle OR accordion)
Add £200

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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.

“The band was fantastic, everyone up and dancing, really good music and a bit different. We were very happy with them, and felt they made the party!”

Warren, Office Summer Party in London, September 2019

“Great band, very skilled musicians and all very positive and professional. Perfect introduction for the event as they started at the beginning and did another set about an hour later. In our experience they were more about creating the atmosphere than anything else as the guests didn't dance to their music but listened attentively.”

Alsion, Birthday Party in London, May 2016

“Extremely satisfied! They were excellent and really professional and friendly. The band added something very special to our wedding reception and were delighted with them on the day.”

Alistair, Wedding in Stratford-Upon-Avon, July 2015

“Thank you so much for playing during our wedding ceremony! Many of my friends and family mentioned to me how beautiful your singing was, so I'm sure you'll have many more bookings coming your way!”

Jackie, Wedding

“Your singing and playing was absolutely wonderful, and created exactly the right mood during our wedding breakfast. I was very impressed by your professionalism - you dressed the part, set up quickly and efficiently, and made sure that the whole day was stress free.”

Angela, Wedding

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