The Sunshine Band
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The Sunshine Band

The Sunshine Band formed in 2003 and has since built up a strong reputation providing entertainment that is remembered and enjoyed by those who have seen them perform. What makes the them different to other bands is their ability to keep their set list up to date, playing recent hits and all the way back to the rock ‘n’ roll classics of the late 1950s.

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The Sunshine Band formed in 2003 and has since built up a strong reputation providing entertainment that is remembered and enjoyed by those who have seen them perform.

The individual experience each of the band members, which stretches back well before the formation of The Sunshine Band and totals hundreds of live performances, has given them a great understanding of how to put together their part of your event, allowing you to relax and enjoy their music.

The band is based in the North West of England but have travelled all over the UK and overseas to perform.

What makes the them different to other bands is their ability to keep their set list up to date, playing recent hits and all the way back to the rock ‘n’ roll classics of the late 1950s. This broad repertoire means there will be something for everyone to enjoy.

The Sunshine Band perform totally live, “Absolutely no backing tracks used”.
They pride themselves on being reliable, punctual and smartly dressed. They also come equipped with their our own high quality PA system and lighting rig.

Mr. Brightside – The Killers
Sex on Fire – Kings of Leon
Dakota – Stereophonics
Higher & Higher – Jackie Wilson
Take your Mama – Scissor Sisters
All Day and All the Night – The Kinks
Gimme All Your Lovin’ – ZZ Top
I Saw Her Standing There – The Beatles
Tainted Love – Gloria Jones
Stay With Me – The Faces
Should I Stay or Should I Go – The Clash
Teenage Kicks – The Undertones
(I Feel The) Earth Move – Carole King
River Deep, Mountain High – Ike & Tina Turner
Suspicious Minds – Elvis Presley
Burning Love – Elvis Presley
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Kids in America – Kim Wilde
Feel Like Making Love – Bad Company
You Should be Dancing – The Bee Gees
Disco Inferno – The Trammps
Hard to Handle – Otis Redding 
One Way or Another – Blondie 
Rebel Rebel – David Bowie
Billie Jean / Can you fell it – Michel Jackson
Blame It On The Boogie – The Jackson’s
Car Wash – Rose Royse
Long Train Running – The Isley Brothers
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry 
Down Down – Status Quo
Stay With Me – Rod Stuart 
Hanging On The Telephone – Blondie
Son of a Preacherman – Dusty  Springfield
(Take Another Little) Piece of my Heart – Dusty Springfield
Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac
The Power of Love – Huey Lewis & The News
Nutbush City Limits – Ike & Tina Turner
Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder
Down Down – Status Quo
Baby Love/Where Did Our Love Go? – Diana Ross & The Supremes
You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry
Shake Rattle & Roll – Bill Haley & The Comets
I Wish – Stevie Wonder
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Supermassive Black Hole – Muse
Learning to Fly – Foo Fighters
Drops of Jupiter – Train
Heroes – Bowie
Dancing in the streets – Martha Reeves
Proud Mary / Get ready – Tina Turner/Temptation
Soul medley – Midnight hour / Respect / Hard to handle
One day like this – Elbow

Here’s a selection of their first dance songs

Fly me to the moon – Frank Sinatra
Your just to good to be true – Andy Williams
Wonderful world – Louis Armstrong x