According to Brides Magazine their readers have an average wedding cost of £24,716 (compared to the national average in 2014 of £20,983) Interestingly the spend on entertainment (£682) for the whole day comes in at just 2.7% of the total spend … Continued
We don’t always want to raise the roof on the pub!! Sometimes we want to hear ourselves think and maybe even hear what our companions are saying?! Much as we LOVE a good loud pub band rocking the joint, we … Continued
We are over the moon to tell you that ticket sales for the first live music event organised by The Band Company have been amazing and we have completely sold out of tickets for our Steve Knightley gig with 24 … Continued
Would you like to hire Gary Barlow to sing at your wedding but finding your budget may be a little tight?! There may still be hope… The Take That frontman, Gary Barlow recently tweeted that he wants to sing at three … Continued
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Would you like to have Gary Barlow sing at your wedding but are finding the budget a bit of a juggle? Why not hire him for free?
No this isn’t our last post (we just love to blog), but we though it was only fitting that we made some mention of the First World War Centenary. Commemorated this year on 28th July as 100 years since the Great … Continued
In addition to running The Band Company we are also mums to four smalls between us, two girls and two boys. They have a pretty idyllic life, we think, with open countryside and the beach on their doorstep they can … Continued
So you’ve got the tickets, you’ve packed your bags, sat in traffic jams for hours now how do you get the most from your festival experience? Well following on from our guest blog Festival Survival Guide – Part 1 we thought … Continued
This month for our guest blog we have lifted a really touching little post from Fathers Day last year on Miles Cookman’s blog ”A Singer of Very Little Brain” which is always well worth a visit for his humorous insights into the … Continued
Imagine the scene, you have organised your event, invited all your customers (and friends and family), booked the band (through word of mouth, no contract or anything) and you are all set. Then a few days before the big event, … Continued
You’ve picked your band, organised your first dance, here are our top ten inappropriate wedding songs, be sure to keep these little gems off your playlist during your wedding if you want a long and happy marriage I Still … Continued
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Space and budget! We, at The Band Company, hear this all the time from our lovely pub clients, it is a very real problem for pubs these days. They want to have live music events, but most have space limitations and … Continued
Since The Mariachis burst onto our screens in June 2012 with their unique Mariachi style take on pop covers such as ‘Don’t You Want Me’, ‘I Love Rock & Roll’ and ‘Stay Another Day’. as part of the Doritos advertising campaign … Continued
Without a doubt it was the Victorians that gave us the Christmas we know today, when we think of a traditional Christmas, we are thinking of a Victorian Christmas. Santa, Christmas Trees, mistletoe, Christmas cards, Holly and Ivy, carolling, crackers, Christmas … Continued
Well it won’t be long now until it’s the August bank holiday which almost certainly means the british summer will come to an end two or three days before the holiday weekend. So what happens if you have planned an … Continued
Competitive vs Co-Operative? Is the successful modern business run in a competitive manner or a more constructive co-operative fashion? Is worrying about “competitors” and what they are doing just a waste of energy, would your efforts be better placed doing something … Continued
Guest blogger Jess Yeldon offers some advice on travelling to festivals, ahead of her trip to Glastonbury this year. Jess is the mother of 2 small boys (aged 4 and 5 years), an English teacher and runs a beauty blog http://www.briarrosebeauty.com/ Glastonbury … Continued
We at The Band Company are really proud to announce of one of our fantastic performers, Richard Navarro, will be the support act for British singer, songwriter Joan Armatrading on her solo tour for dates in Norwich and Basingstoke. … Continued
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