SING OUT SISTERS 70's FEVER - 70's TRIBUTE
If you are looking for a night full of bright colours, platform boots and disco dancing then this glittering 70͛s Fever show is the perfect choice for you! It features all the best hits from the 1970’s, outstanding female vocals, high energy choreography, fabulous costumes and most importantly . . . plenty of audience interaction to get everyone up and involved! Join the girls on the dance floor and burn it up with Disco Inferno or boogie on down to the Jackson Five. They͛ll play that funky music and guarantee you͛ll leave saying ͚Oh What A Night͛!! Show Length: 1 x 1 hour or 2 x 45 minutes Show Line-up: 70’s Fever is available as a duo to professionally recorded backing or with alive band (6 – 8 piece). It can also be booked alongside their Abba tribute or 80’s School Disco for a night of two halves! The 70s Fever singers have been performing together for over a decade. They are no strangers to the world of entertainment and over the recent years this highly trained, professional team have worked with some of the UK’s top function bands, performed in numerous West End Musicals including Mamma Mia, Cats, Les Miserables, Fame, Grease, Evita and Blood Brothers. They have also appeared in TV shows, films, commercials and their voices can often be heard on TV and radio adverts as well as performing backing vocals for well know recording artists and bands The 70s Fever musicians have worked with the likes of Take That, Lady Gaga, Pixie Lott, Alexandra Burke, Liam Payne (One Direction), Massive Attack, Beverley Knight, Lemar, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, James Taylor Quartet, Status Quo, Jocelyn Brown, Alison Limmerick, Angie Stone, Nathan Moore (Brother Beyond), Antony Costa (Blue) and The Feeling to name just a few! As well as providing live entertainment for well-known personalities including none of than the British Prime Minister, 70s Fever have performed at private parties, weddings, Jewish functions, corporate events including award ceremonies and product launches, golf clubs, casinos, clubs, pubs & restaurants. . . the list is endless.