Scouting For Girls-In 2007 they released a self-titled debut which became triple platinum and birthed the generation-bridging anthems of ‘She’s So Lovely’, ‘Elvis Ain’t Dead’, and ‘Heartbeat’ and ‘Everybody Wants To Be On TV’, plus the mega number 1 hit single ‘This Ain’t A Love Song’. They’ve picked up nominations for four Brits, and an Ivor Novello, and played everywhere from a sold-out Wembley Arena to countless festival stages.

Jools Holland, OBE, DL is an English pianist, bandleader, singer, composer, and television presenter. He was an original member of the band Squeeze and has worked with many artists including Jayne County, Sting, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, George Harrison, David Gilmour, Magazine, The The, Ringo Starr, and Bono. From 1982 until 1987, he co-presented the Channel 4 music program The Tube. Since 1992, he has hosted Later… with Jools Holland, a music-based show aired on BBC2, on which his annual show Hootenanny is based. Holland is a published author and appears on television shows besides his own and contributes to radio shows. In 2004 he collaborated with Tom Jones on an album of traditional R&B music. On BBC Radio 2 Holland also regularly hosts the weekly program Jools Holland, a mix of live and recorded music and general chat and features studio guests, along with members of his orchestra.

Rebecca Ferguson is a British soul singer and songwriter. In 2010, Ferguson finished in second place in the seventh series of The X Factor. She later released her debut album titled Heaven in December 2011. The album peaked at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart

Kid Creole and the Coconuts- is an American musical group, their music incorporates a variety of styles and influences, in particular, a mix of disco and Latin American, Caribbean, and Calloway styles conceptually inspired by the big band era. The Coconuts are a trio of female backing vocalists/dancers, their breakthrough came with 1982’s Tropical Gangsters, which hit #3 in the UK and spun off three Top 10 hits with “Stool Pigeon”, “Annie, I’m Not Your Daddy” and “I’m A Wonderful Thing, Baby”. “Dear Addy” also made the Top 40. In the US the album was retitled Wise Guy and reached #145, and “I’m a Wonderful Thing, Baby” flirted with the R&B charts.

Jo O’Meara- Jo’s success came when she became a member of pop group S Club 7 between 1999 and 2003. The group was formed in 1998 and quickly rose to fame. In their five years together, S Club 7 had four UK number-one singles, one UK number-one album, and a string of hits throughout Europe as well as a Top 10 hit on the US Hot 100, with their 2000 single “Never Had a Dream Come True”. They recorded four studio albums, released 11 singles, and went on to sell over 10 million albums worldwide. Jo later went on to launch a solo career.

KT Tunstall- KT’s debut album, Eye to the Telescope, released in 2004, led to her nominations for the Mercury Prize, a BRIT Award for Best British Live Act, and BRIT Award for Best Breakthrough Act, and a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance nomination. She won the BRIT Award for Best British Female Artist and the European Border Breakers Award. The single “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” was given the Q Magazine Award for Best Track, and “Suddenly I See” won the Ivor Novello Award for Best Song.

Boney M.- Was an Afro-German-Caribbean vocal group that specialized in disco and funk. The group was formed in 1976 and achieved popularity during the disco era of the late 1970s. The band has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and is known for international hits including “Daddy Cool”, “Ma Baker”, “Belfast”, “Sunny”, “Rasputin”, “Mary’s Boy Child – Oh My Lord” and “Rivers of Babylon”.

Laura Mvula- Laura released her debut studio album, Sing to the Moon, to favorable reviews, and earned two MOBO awards and a Mercury Prize nomination. Her second album, The Dreaming Room, was also received with critical acclaim, won the Ivor Novello award, and garnered a Mercury Prize nomination.

The Real Thing- Best known for their legendary hits ‘You To Me Are Everything’, ‘Can’t Get By Without You’ and ‘Can You Feel the Force’, as well as their ground-breaking 1977 song, ‘Children of the Ghetto’, The Real Thing, remains Britain’s most successful groups of all-time. Pioneers in soul, funk, and dance music the band is still gigging across the world, the band’s success and longevity are unprecedented in British entertainment history. The Real Thing was established in Toxteth, Liverpool, in 1972.


Imagination- Had hits in 28 countries, earning 4 Platinum Discs, 9 Gold Discs, and more than a dozen Silver Discs around the world between 1981 and 1983. Formed in early 1981, their first track reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart in July 1981, selling 250,000 copies in the UK and spending 18 weeks in the Top 50. “Just an Illusion”, peaked at number two in March 1982 This was accompanied by a sell-out concert tour of Europe, with 22 dates in the UK.



Heatwave- is a Dayton, Ohio-based funk/disco band formed in 1975. They are known for their singles “Boogie Nights”, “The Groove Line”, and “Always and Forever”. Their third single, “Boogie Nights” from their debut album, 1977 reached No. 2 on the British popular music charts in January and in America in November. The single was certified platinum by the RIAA. The group’s debut album, Too Hot to Handle, was released in the spring of 1977, giving Heatwave a No. 11 on the Hot 200 and No. 5 on the R&B charts, while the next single, the soul ballad “Always and Forever”, reached No. 18 on the Hot 100 in April 1978 and No. 2 on the R&B charts. The single was certified platinum by the RIAA.

Shola Ama- who scored her biggest hits with “You Might Need Somebody”, “You’re the One I Love” and “Still Believe”. “You Might Need Somebody”, remains her biggest hit, it reached No. 4 on the UK Singles Chart in April 1997. It remained in the top 40 for almost two months, becoming one of 1997’s biggest hits. Her third single “Who’s Loving My Baby” was released in November 1997 and reached No. 13. At the age of 18, Shola Ama released her debut album Much Love. On the success of the album, Ama won a Brit Award for Best British Female and two MOBO Awards for Best Newcomer and Best R&B Act.


Loose Ends- Is one of the most successful British R&B bands that formed in 1980, and signed to Virgin Records in 1981. Loose Ends had several urban contemporary hits with tracks such as “Hanging on a string” reaching no.1 in the U.S charts and no.13 in the U.K charts, also “Slow Down” reaching no.27 in the U.K charts and no.1 in the U.S charts. Loose Ends are the first British R&B band to have a no.1 gold selling Album in the U.S and went on to sell millions.



Light Of The World- Was formed in London in 1978 and was the forerunner of the late British jazz-funk movement. The band’s debut single “Swingin'”, peaked at No. 45 on the UK Singles Chart. This was later followed up by two top 40 hits: a cover of Bob Marley and the Wailer’s song “I Shot the Sheriff”, and the double A-side single “I’m So Happy” / “Time”. Their debut album was released in 1979 on Ensign Records. Their second album Round Trip was released in late 1980 and peaked at No. 73 on the UK Albums Chart.


Aswad- A British reggae group, noted for adding strong R&B and soul influences to the reggae sound. They have been performing since the mid-1970s, having released a total of 21 albums. Their UK hit singles include the number one”Don’t Turn Around” and “Shine”. They are three-time Grammy Award nominees.

Courtney Pine- In 1986 Pine’s debut album Journey to the Urge Within entered the UK Top 40. One of his early bands was Grand Union Orchestra and he featured on their 1986 album The Song of Many Tongues, written by Tony Haynes. He is the principal founder of the seminal black British big band the Jazz Warriors, which he established in 1985 through the community organization “The Abibi Jazz Arts” (TAJA).

The Three Degrees- Formed circa 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They topped the US Hot 100 as featured vocalists on the MFSB single “TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)” in 1974 and had seven UK Top 40 hits, including the 1974 single “When Will I See You Again”, which was a huge international hit, reaching the Top 5 in seven countries, including number two in the US and topping the UK Singles Chart. They also had four UK Top 20 hits, including “Woman in Love”, which reached number three in 1979.

The Brand New Heavies- Acid jazz and funk group are some of the many genres of this iconic band formed in 1980s London. The Brand New Heavies are best known for a string of successful singles in the early 1990s featuring N’Dea Davenport as lead vocalist. The band had 16 Top 40 singles and three million album sales.

Odyssey- Formed in New York City, known by their 1977 hit “Native New Yorker”, and a series of other mainly dance and soul hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s. “Native New Yorker” reached no. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100, and no. 5 on the UK Singles Chart. “Inside Out”, peaked on the US charts at no. 12 and in the UK went to no. 3 in 1982. The song was ranked number 15 among the “Tracks of the Year” for 1982 by NME.

The Blackbyrds- A fusion of rhythm and blues and jazz-funk to create an amazingly unique sound. The Blackbyrds have influenced the hip-hop generation and will do so for generations to come, with Gang Starr, Da Lench Mob, and Full Force all sampling their music. Their 1975 song “Rock Creek Park” from the City Life album has been sampled numerous times by groups and artists such as MF Doom, De La Soul, Eric B. & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, N.W.A, Massive Attack, Ice Cube, Heavy D, Nas and Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five, Tone Lōc, Mac Dre, and Wiz Khalifa.

HIL ST SOUL- Is comfortable performing classic soul, smooth jazz, uptempo funk, and gospel. Her versatility earned her the honor of Best Newcomer by the U.K.’s Blues & Soul magazine. She has performed at festivals in Holland, Norway, and England, sharing stages with urban kings and queens such as D’Angelo, Kelis, Macy Gray, and Angie Stone, to name a few. She issued four albums during the 2000s: Soul Organic (2000), Copasetik & Cool (2004), Soulidified (2006), and Black Rose (2008).

Floetry/Natalie Stewart- In 2005, Floetry released Flo’Ology, their second studio album. It debuted at number seven on the US Billboard 200 and included the single “SupaStar” featuring rapper Common. Natalie released the EP “Spoken Soul” and her first solo album, Floetic Soul, which charted at number 95 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart and number 20 on the Top R&B Albums chart.


Marcia Griffiths- Described as “she is known primarily for her strong, smooth-as-mousse love songs and captivating live performances”. Marcia released her re-recording of “Electric Boogie” in 1983. The song was remixed in 1989, and it was this version that made the Electric Slide, a line dance, an international dance craze. It reached number 51 on the US Billboard Hot 100, making it her most successful single. It is currently the highest-selling single by a female reggae singer of all time.

The Definitive Rat Pack- Undoubtedly some of the world’s finest interpreters of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. available. They are ‘The Definitive Rat Pack’ as for more than 10 years they have faithfully re-created that era. Clients include; Simon Cowell, HSBC, Victoria’s Secret, West Ham Football Club, Tamara Beckwith, Royal Caribbean, Cunard, Joan Collins, Simon Fuller, Arsenal FC, Wasps RFC, Make A Wish Foundation, Barclays, Legal and General, Hilton International and many more.

Toploader- They have over two million album sales to their name and a string of top 20 hits both in the UK and abroad. Their debut album ‘Onka’s Big Moka,‘ sold over one million copies and remained in the Top 5 of the UK album chart for over six months earning them 4 Brit Award nominations. In 2000 the single ‘Dancing in the Moonlight’ became a global hit spending over a year in European Airplay Charts transforming Toploader into a household name. In 2013 the same track re-entered the Top 40 for three weekends and topped the 10,000,000 hits mark on Youtube, an incredible thirteen years after it was first released, cementing it as one of the biggest songs of recent times.

Mad Yella- Formed in 2018, these young and extremely talented musicians are inspired by an endless love of Jazz-Funk, Neo Soul, and Rare Groove greats, such as The Crusaders, George Benson, and D’Angelo. Their first release ‘Sequoia’ was featured by Ronnie Herel of Mi-Soul radio as a #OneToWatch. They then released their second original track ‘Lovin’ in March 2019 and both tracks received regular radio airplay across the UK and Europe. Their third title ‘Being with You’ was playlisted by Mi-Soul Radio before it was even finished. Mad Yella has appeared at London’s Hideaway, the Margate Soul Festival, Rye Jazz Festival, Olby’s Soul Cafe supporting Tony Momrelle, EFG London Jazz Festival, Boisdale, Pizza Express, and Rochester Castle Concerts supporting Omar, The Brand New Heavies and Soul II Soul.



Janet Kay & Carroll Thompson- Janet created the iconic track “Silly games” which went to Number 1 in the National UK charts in 1979. This was the first time a British-born black female hit the top of the charts – which was added to the Guinness Book of Records. Janet has worked with Fatboy Slim, Jackie Mittoo, Aswad, Omar, Sly & Robbie, and more. She has sold more than one million records in Japan alone and tours the country regularly.
Carroll first found fame with “I’m so sorry” and had a slew of hits such as “Hopelessly in Love”, “Make it with you”, “Love won’t let us wait” and “I’m still waiting”. Carroll has worked with Sugar Minott, Trevor Walters, Courtney Pine, Aswad & Mad Professor.

Suspiciously Elvis- Is the UK’s No. 1 tribute show, playing at many private and public concerts, festivals, and corporate events around the world.

Collabro- Won Britain’s Got Talent in 2014. Collabro was voted the UK’s favorite Britain’s Got Talent Winners in a National Poll. Their debut album Stars was released on 15 August 2014 and peaked at number one in the UK. Their second album Act Two was released on 1 June 2015 and peaked at number two in the UK. Their third album Home was released on 3 March 2017 and peaked at number seven in the UK. Their fourth album Road to the Royal Albert Hall was released on 31 August 2018 and peaked at number nineteen in the UK. Their fifth album Love Like This was released on 15 November 2019 and peaked at number twenty-two in the UK.

The Kool and the Gang Show- The Ultimate Celebration of the most successful funk band of all time, The Kool and the Gang Show are guaranteed to get you dancing the night away. Mixing the perfect pop melodies of Chic with the pure grooves of James Brown, they released a golden run of iconic records that left an indelible mark on the musical landscape. Led by a who’s who of incredible musicians who have worked with everyone from George Michael to Alexander O’Neal, The Kool and the Gang Show delivers a floor-filling set of feelgood funk and disco classics including Celebration, Ladies Night, Joanna, Get Down On It, Cherish, Fresh, Too Hot, Hollywood Swinging and much much more.

Bootleg Beatles- One of the most significant Beatles tribute bands in the world. Bootleg Beatles have been taking the stage for over 40 years and have performed over 4,500 amazing shows. Bootleg Beatles have performed on some of the world’s biggest stages such as Glastonbury, The Royal Albert Hall, Budokan Stadium, Wembley Stadium, and many more.

Michael Jackson- This incredible show features not only the greatest hits of Michael Jackson but also The Jackson 5. The show includes Thriller, Beat It, Billie Jean, Man in the Mirror, and many, many more of Michael Jackson’s catalog of hit songs. Michael® starring Ben is the latest smash hit theatre production from renowned producer James Baker and features the UK’s ultimate Michael Jackson tribute star, Ben Bowman; who not only looks and sounds like Michael Jackson but has honed his routine so impeccably that audiences believe they are watching Michael Jackson himself.

T.Rextasy-Are the only band to have been authorized and endorsed by Marc Bolan’s Catalogue Management is now officially recognized as the world’s No.1 group dedicated to the greatest glam rocker of them all, Marc Bolan of T.Rex. With their uncanny doppelganger lead singer and lead guitarist, Danielz, T.Rextasy perform a powerful and mesmerizing presentation of Marc Bolan’s rock and pop anthems. With a career spanning over 25 years. They have toured worldwide playing at venues such as the gigantic Ariake Coliseum in Japan, and Wembley Arena in London. They also perform alongside artists such as Wizzard, Cockney Rebel, Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople), and Slade amongst others.

Bootleg Blondie- This is the world’s No.1 official Debbie Harry & Blondie tribute band established in 2001, the only tribute to have performed with two founder members of Blondie. The band played legendary CBGB in New York City and is unique in that not only have they had the honor to be thanked on Blondie’s 11th studio album ‘Pollinator’, but also toured the UK in 2019 with Clem Burke on drums to celebrate 40 years since the release of Blondie’s iconic album Parallel Lines! Both tours were a whirlwind of sell-out shows, radio, press interviews, and fab reviews, they drove nearly 5,000 miles and played to over 7,000 people!

Mania The ABBA Tribute- Has performed at London’s West End and played for 18 weeks at the Strand Theatre, sold out the Deutsches Theatre Munich for 21 performances, and was presented with a prestigious Radio Regenbogen award for the best musical of 2002. Mania The ABBA Tribute toured throughout Europe, including 24 consecutive shows in the Schiller Theatre in Berlin, and Cologne Arena selling 10,000 tickets in one night. The band played a one-off television special and was viewed by over 11 million people and broadcast throughout Europe. Mania The ABBA Tribute has continued to tour the globe.

MF Robots is a songwriting, production, and performing duo created by former Brand New Heavies founder Jan Kincaid and BNH vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Dawn Joseph.

Vanessa Haynes- is a London-based singer/piano player who has been performing worldwide for over 15 years. She became one of the lead singers of the internationally acclaimed UK jazz/funk band Incognito in late 2008.

Richard Hadfield- Getting his start on YouTube, Richard Hadfield is famously known for being a part of Collabro, winners of Britain Got Talent. After his departure from the band in 2016 Hadfield secured a spot at the Legendary Dean Street Live Jazz. Since then Hadfield has had a successful solo career, touring regularly and releasing EPs.

Joe McElderry- Joe is best known for winning the 6th series of The X Factor in 2009. His first single “The Climb” reached number one on the UK Singles Chart. He was also the winner of the second series of Popstar to Operastar in 2011. In 2015, McElderry played the lead role of Joseph in the touring production of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. In 2022, McElderry is set to perform a tour in tribute to George Michael. To date, McElderry has released five top 20 albums – two of them reaching the UK top three. He was the first X Factor contestant to release a fourth album. As of 2014, McElderry had sold over two million records worldwide.

Bob Marley by Legend- The UK’s leading tribute to Bob Marley. 
These brilliant musicians have worked with a variety of reggae legends including Burning Spear, Dennis Brown, and Desmond Dekker. Led by the irrepressible Michael Anton Phillips, this sensational tribute to the timeless music of Bob Marley goes from beautiful ballads like No Woman, No Cry, and Is This Love through to reggae classics such as I Shot The Sheriff and Stir It Up.
There are numerous bands paying tribute to the King Of Reggae, but few of them get anywhere near as close to the natural, mystical quality of Bob Marley’s timeless music as Michael Anton Phillips and his superb six-piece band.
LEGEND performs a Bob Marley show in sound and vision just like you were at a Bob Marley concert.

The Cinelli Brothers- They’re debut album ‘Babe Please Set Your Alarm’ was released in May 2018 on vinyl and digital format. The record went number 2 in the IBBA (Independent Blues Broadcasters Association) in June 2018. The band has been featured in Blues in Britain, Blues Matters, Classic Rock, and other magazines. Music Republic Magazine nominated Marco Cinelli as Best Guitar Player of 2018. Legendary radio and broadcaster David ‘Kid’ Jensen has played a different track from their album on six consecutive weeks of his United Djs radio show, naming them as his favorite blues outfit, and his favorite blues album in many years. The Cinelli Brothers champion a new generation of passionate musicians sharing in the love of Blues, Soul, R&B, and the true authentic sounds that have made the blues a cornerstone of music history.

Jeremy Sassoon- A UK-based Jazz & Blues singer/pianist Jeremy is one of the UK’s most in-demand singer/pianists. He captivates audiences with his natural, soulful voice. He also fronts his own big band project, which tributes the music of Ray Charles. The band features saxophonist Iain Dixon and guitarist Mike Walker amongst other jazz luminaries and it has headlined the major UK festivals, most recently gracing the main stage at Love Supreme Festival 2019 and Scarborough Jazz Festival 2019. In 2014, he recorded his version of the Marc Cohn song “The Things We’ve Handed Down” which featured on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs and then hit no. 1 on the iTunes vocal download chart. His most recent album “Jeremy Sassoon & Friends Live” was recorded at PizzaExpress Jazz Club, Soho, featuring Berlin drumming legend Michael Kersting (Jaco Pastorius, Chet Baker, Bireli LaGrene, Randy Brecker) and Alexander Bone (BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year 2014, British Jazz Awards “Rising Star”)

Janine Johnson-  As well as being a rising solo artist on the Jazz/Soul music scene, Janine’s collaborations include Ian Shaw, Paloma Faith, Bobby McFerrin, Cool Million, Take That, George Michael, Ray Davies, The Who, Kaiser Chiefs, Sarah Jane Morris, David Arnold, and the list continues. In 2019 she toured the UK as the lead in the show “Aretha Respect” and also as one of two lead vocalists on ” Remembering The Movies” with Aljaz and Janette of “Strictly Come Dancing”. As a strong, dynamic, and flexible vocalist she thrives in these high-energy shows that require flexibility and focus. Janine is adventurous and passionate about life in general and that depth of connection to life only strengthens her as a singer/actor. She trained in Musical Theatre at Guildford School of Acting and has played a number of roles in Theatre and TV. As a singer/songwriter she has one album; Strength, Wisdom and Growth, and an EP called Passion with planned releases for 2022.

The Coal Miners- A 7-piece band that brings the rhythm and soul of New Orleans alive. The band features the brilliant singer Tommy Hare who has been burning a bright trail in the UK blues scene over the last few years. Sumudu has worked with the likes of Rod Stewart, Jamie Cullum, and most recently the iconic singer/songwriter Van Morrison has put her at the forefront of the UK female vocal scene. The rest of the band is equally as impressive. Drummer Pat Levett has played with Tim Minchin, Tom Jones, Amy Winehouse Zigaboo Modeliste (The Meters), and the Ronnie Scott’s All Stars, vocalist/pianist Arthur Lea, includes work with the likes of Bootleg Brass and Soweto Kinch on a massive and eclectic cv. Saxophonist Ben Somers has performed with Dr. John, Seal, and Taylor Swift, guitarist Rob Updegraff has recently been performing and recording with Sony artist Alani and can be heard on Jamie Cullum’s latest album alongside Gregory Porter and Laura Mvula, bass player Spencer Brown has performed with the likes of Andy Sheppard, Alan Barnes, Rebecca Ferguson, and indie star Carl Barat.

Mica Paris MBE- Is one of the UK’s finest and most respected singers with a long career of hit singles and albums marking her out as the undisputed British Queen Of Soul. A career spanning 30 years, Mica has conquered the West End, Film and TV, Radio, and many more areas of the entertainment industry. Signed to the 4th & Broadway label on Island Records at the age of eighteen, the range, power, soul, and deep emotion in Mica’s singing voice made an immediate impact on the UK music scene in August 1988 when she released her debut album, the platinum-selling “So Good”. The album included her first Top 10 hit “My One Temptation” which peaked at #7 in the UK charts as well as a collaboration with jazz saxophonist Courtney Pine on “Like Dreamers Do” and “Breathe Life into Me”, both Top 30 UK hits. This was followed by a duet with US soul singer Will Downing on the classic Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway song “Where Is The Love” which broke the UK Top 20. Mica would go on to release many more hit albums and duets with some of the biggest names in music.

The Bohemians-Established in 1996, re-enact the glory days of Queen including the Craziness of the 70s and the Magic of the 80’s proving themselves to be the most dynamic and exciting Queen Tribute Band currently touring. They have performed all over the UK, Europe, and the World at football stadiums, festivals, theatres, and other prestigious venues. The Bohemians in their majestic magnificence receive standing ovations in response to their electrifying representation of a Queen Live Concert.

The British Collective-Blurring the boundaries between Neo-soul, R&B, and raw funk, The British Collective is a chic and unique supergroup led by the legendary Omar, Junior Giscombe, Don-E, and Noel McKoy. Between them, they helped lay down the blueprint for modern British soul music with a string of ageless hits including There’s Nothing Like This, Mama Used To Say and Love Makes The World Go Round. Positively fizzing with effervescent energy, this legendary band of soul brothers is still at the very peak of their considerable powers and sounding as good as they did when they first burst into the spotlight all those years ago.

Omar MBE- Following his first two single releases, “Mr. Postman” and “You and Me”Omar released his debut album, There’s Nothing Like This in 1990  entered the UK Albums Chart, peaking at No. 54. Signing his first major record label Talkin’ Loud saw the re-release of his debut album, which climbed to No. 19 in the UK Albums Chart. In 2006, the Urban Music Awards presented Omar with the Best Neo Soul Act and Outstanding Achievement Awards. Omar made his acting debut in Ché Walker’s musical, Been So Long.

The Christians- Their first five singles all made the top 40 in Britain, and their debut album The Christians entered the UK Albums Chart at number 2. It eventually sold over a million copies. The highest-placed single from this album was “Ideal World”, which reached number 14 on the UK Singles Chart.
In 1988, they released a cover of the Isley Brothers’ “Harvest for the World”, with all proceeds going to charity. The single reached number 8 in the UK singles chart, their sixth consecutive British top 40 hit. Their second album, Colour, reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. The band is currently touring. 

Shenton Dixon- Recently burst into the spotlight after a show-stopping appearance on BBC1’s The Voice. As a seasoned performer, from theatre to television and voice-over work to radio presenting, as well as his tribute act, Legends Of Soul as the legends Barry White, Stevie Wonder, George Benson, and Louis Armstrong, Shenton has been showing off his unique talent across the world.