Set list

  • A Little Less Conversation | Elvis Presley
  • Ain’t Nobody | Chaka Khan
  • As | Stevie Wonder
  • Billie Jean | Michael Jackson
  • Blame It On The Boogie | Jackson 5
  • By The Way | Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • California Gurls | Katy Perry
  • Canned Heat | Jamiroquai
  • Come Together | The Beatles
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love | Queen
  • Dancing In The Street | Martha Reeves
  • Do I Do | Stevie Wonder
  • Domino | Jessie J
  • Do You Love Me | The Contours
  • Don’t Look Back In Anger| Oasis
  • Don’t Stop Believing | Journey
  • Don’t Stop Me Now | Queen
  • Dreaming Of You | The Coral
  • Forget You | Ce Lo Green
  • Get Back | The Beatles
  • Gimme Some Lovin’ | Spencer Davis Group
  • Grenade | Bruno Mars
  • Happy Birthday | Stevie Wonder
  • Happy| Pharrell
  • Hey Jude | The Beatles
  • Higher And Higher | Jackie Wilson
  • Ho Hey| The Lumineers
  • Hot Stuff | Donna Summer
  • I Feel Love | Donna Summer
  • I Feel Good (I Got You) | James Brown
  • I Love To Boogie | T Rex
  • I Kissed A Girl | Katy Perry
  • I Only Want To Be With You | Dusty Springfield
  • I Want To Hold Your Hand | The Beatles
  • Johnny B. Goode | Chuck Berry
  • Kiss | Prince
  • Knock On Wood | Eddie Floyd
  • Lady Marmalade | Patti LaBelle
  • Let Me Entertain You | Robbie Williams
  • Locked Out Of Heaven | Bruno Mars
  • Loco Motion | Little Eva
  • Long Train-Running | Doobie Brothers
  • Love Machine | Girls Aloud
  • Mama Mia | ABBA
  • Marry You | Bruno Mars
  • Mercy | Duffy
  • Message In A Bottle | Sting & The Police
  • Mr Brightside | The Killers
  • Moves Like Jagger | Maroon 5
  • Mustang Sally | The Commitments
  • My Sherona | The Knack
  • Next To Me | Emeli Sande
  • No Good Advice | Girls Aloud
  • Nutbush City Limits | Tina Turner
  • Pinball Wizard | The Who
  • Place Your Hands | Reef
  • Play That Funky Music | Wild Cherry
  • Price Tag | Jessie J
  • Proud Mary | Tina Turner
  • Purple Haze | Jimi Hendrix
  • Respect | Aretha Franklin
  • River Deep Mountain High | Ike & Tina Turner
  • Rolling In The Deep | Adele
  • Roxanne | Sting & The Police
  • September | Earth Wind & Fire
  • Seven Nation Army | The White Stripes
  • Sex On Fire | Kings of Leon
  • Single Ladies | Beyoncé
  • Sir Duke | Stevie Wonder
  • Shine | Take That
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered | Stevie Wonder
  • Sledgehammer | Peter Gabriel
  • Song 2 | Blur
  • Summer of 69 | Bryan Adams
  • Superstition | Stevie Wonder
  • Suspicious Minds | Elvis Presley
  • Take Me Out | Franz Ferdinand
  • Teenage Dreams | Katy Perry
  • The Way I Are | Timbaland/Kerry Hilson
  • Think | Aretha Franklin
  • Treasure | Bruno Mars
  • Twist & Shout | The Beatles
  • Umbrella | Rihanna
  • Underneath It All | No Doubt
  • Valerie | The Zutons
  • Virtual Insanity | Jamiroquai
  • Waterfall| The Stone Roses
  • Wanna Be Startin’ Something | Michael Jackson
  • We Found Lovel | Rihanna
  • What Makes You Beautiful | One Direction
  • Won’t Get Fooled Again | The Who
  • Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher| Jackie Wilson
  • You Really Got Me | The Kinks
  • You Should Be Dancing | The Bee Gees
  • You’ve Got The Love | Florence & the Machine
  • 9 to 5 | Dolly Parton
  • 60's Medley| Various

Saab Enthusiasts Dance The Night Away

The Beat Collective enjoy a weekend of weddings and a Saab function at Wicksteed Park A room full of European Saab enthusiasts (pictured left, click for a large panoramic image), and weddings in Ilkley and Harrogate were the scene of this weekends gigs. As usual, The Beat Collective enjoyed three fantastic events, each different in their own way. It was fun to play at Wicksteed Park in Kettering for the first time and we hope to return there one day. Thanks to Danny for looking after us all and making sure the evening ran smoothly.

As one of the UK’s leading wedding and function bands, The Beat Collective are always looking to improve both our sound and our image, particularly to please the clients demands. In recent months we have played many weddings, turning up suited and booted in our finest attire. Yet some clients prefer the more laid back approach – for our Western themed gig we all dressed up as Cowboys (and Cowgirl of course), and for the younger bride and groom, we have been asked to dress ‘smart casual’; our standard shoes, shirts and ties but with a slightly more relaxed approach by wearing dark jeans. Remember, its your event, and we will always go that extra mile to make your evening go the way you want it to.

Another weekend of weddings lies ahead for The Beat Collective, starting with a trip over to Cheshire.

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