The Retrobeats from Cheshire are a 4 piece live band playing pop and rock 'n' roll hits primarily from the late 1950s, including the entire swinging 60s, through to the mid 1970s with a bit of country and contemporary numbers thrown in too. Available to hire for functions, weddings, corporate events, parties...
The Retrobeats are a 4 piece live band playing pop and rock 'n' roll hits primarily from the late 1950s through to the mid 1970s with a bit of country and contemporary numbers thrown in too.
Featuring both male and female lead vocals with a lively stage presentation, full dance floors are a testimony to our performances. Our music covers a wide range of artistes… from Elvis Presley to The Beatles, Connie Francis to Dusty Springfield, The Drifters to Manfred Mann, Leo Sayer to Showaddywaddy and a host of one hit wonders too, we have a large repertoire of great songs from a golden era of popular music. We can tailor our set lists to specific eras / genres, if desired.
We are a self contained band with compact high performance equipment, including lighting, if required. We are public liability insured and all our equipment is PAT tested. We never use backing tracks and all the music is performed by ourselves at a comfortable volume to suit the venue and occasion. We endeavour to be as flexible and accommodating as possible to ensure your event is a success.
We also offer an additional disco service at an extremely reasonable price. Using our high quality PA system we can provide music mixes as background to the evening's proceedings, music during breaks between our performances and then a lively disco playing songs from all eras and for all ages to round the night off. With this service, you can relax, confident that all the entertainment for the evening is taken care of. We can theme the music or play a wide range of varying styles. If you want specific songs we just ask for some notice before the event. We have sourced some very obscure tracks for clients in the past!
All my loving – Beatles All shook up – Elvis Presley Baby what do you want me to do – Elvis Presley Bad Moon Rising – Creedance Clearwater Revivial Beautiful Sunday – Daniel Boone Blue moon of Kentucky – various Blue suede shoes – Carl Perkins / Elvis Presley Bring me sunshine – Various Bringing on back the good times – Love affair Burning love – Elvis Presley Cant buy me love – Beatles Chapel of love – Dixie Cups C'mon everybody – Eddie Cochran C'mon over to my place – Drifters Crazy – Patsy Cline Crocodile rock – Elton John Do wah diddy diddy – Manfred Mann Do you want to know a secret – Billy J. Kramer Don't be cruel – Elvis Presley Don't tell me you troubles – Emile ford Dreamin' – Johnny Burnette Easily fall in love – Cliff Richard End of the world – Skeeter Davis Even the bad times are good – Tremeloes Fabulous – Charlie Gracie Fireball XL5 – Don Spencer Ghost riders – Ramrods Happy together – Turtles Happy birthday sweet 16 – Neil Sedaka Hard day's night – Beatles Hello Mary Lou – Rick Nelson I don’t care if the sun don’t shine – Elvis Presley I don’t want to talk about it – Rod Stewart I feel fine – Beatles I only want to be with you – Dusty Springfield I'll never get over you – Johnny Kidd I’m gonna make you mine – Lou Christie I'm gonna run away from you – Tami Lynn It doesn't matter anymore – Buddy Holly Its so easy – Buddy Holly Jack to a king – Ned Miller Johnny remember me – John Leyton Jump the broomstick – Brenda Lee Kind of hush – Hermans Hermits Let your yeah be yeah – Pioneers Lipstick on your collar – Connie Francis Little bit of soap – Showaddywaddy Living doll – Cliff Richard Love really hurts without you – Billy Ocean Maybe baby – Buddy Holly Might as well rain till September – Carole King More than I can say – Leo Sayer / Bobby Vee Move it – Cliff Richard Need your love tonight – Elvis Presley Never be anyone else but you – Ricky Nelson Night has a thousand eyes – Bobby Vee Oh boy – Buddy Holly Paralysed – Elvis Presley Picture of you – Joe Brown Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly Rave on – Buddy Holly Rock n roll music – Chuck Berry Rockabilly Boogie – Johnny Burnette Rocky Road Blues – Gene Vincent Runaway – Del Shannon Save the last dance for me – Drifters Saw her standing there – Beatles Say mama – Gene Vincent Sea of heartbreak – Don Gibson Secret Agent Man – Johnny rivers Shake, rattle & roll – Bill Haley Shopping around – Elvis Presley Something – Beatles Stuck on you – Elvis Presley Stupid cupid – Brenda Lee Summertime blues – Eddie Cochran Sweet little rock n roller – Showaddywaddy Tears on my pillow – Little Anthony/Kylie Minogue Teenage boogie – Webb Pierce Tell him – Exciters The letter – Box Tops There goes my first love – Drifters Viva Las Vegas – Elvis Presley When – Kalin Twins / Showaddywaddy Whole lotta shakin – Jerry lee Lewis Will you love me tomorrow – Shirelles Wondrous Place – Billy Fury Yellow river – Christie You got what it takes – Showaddywaddy You're my world – Cilla Black