50s & 60s Theme Bands

Jukebox Jets

Jukebox are the UK’s finest Rock n Roll band. If you are looking for something special and unique to celebrate your wedding, party or corporate event the Jukebox Rock N Roll band can deliver a second to none performance that will be a talking point for guests long after the event.

The internationally renowned band has had unbelievable success in such a short space of time. From playing abroad to headlining shows at the Playboy Club in London and the What Car of the year award show, their success and name only grows bigger. With an infectious and vibrant attitude to what they do, The Jukebox Rock N Roll Bands energy and passion on stage leaves audiences wanting more time and time again.

The band features professional musicians who lovingly recreate the magnetic attraction of 50’s rock n roll which will see your guests stuck on the dance floor all night as they bop, rock and twist the night away!

Enquire now to see how the Jukebox Band can make your night one to remember!

Just a few of their many Testimonials
Aimee and Chris Pike, Wedding, Canterbury
We would like to say a MASSIVE thank you to you and the boys for such an amazing performance at our wedding!!!!! You guys were absolutely incredible and contributed massively to the soul of the day and got everyone up and dancing. Everybody said how great you were and how cool all the songs were! We can’t thank you all enough, especially for putting the first dance through your speakers. We’ll certainly be recommending you to everyone we know who gets married!

Sarah Hirons, Wedding, Wiltshire
Everyone said they were the best band they had ever seen at a wedding. The boys couldn’t have been friendlier, and kept everyone dancing all night
Steven // Waters Edge Canal Cottages // 4December 2014

Emma Thorman, wedding, London,
“Thank you for the amazing job you guys did for our wedding. So rarely do bands live up to the recorded sound, but you were absolutely incredible live and we have had (literally) hundreds of people commenting on how they thought you made the evening. I saw at least four people (including my father and new husband) hit the dancefloor who never, EVER get up and dance, and I can’t give you a better review than that! Great choice of songs, great sound and above all very cool set of guys, so thankyou.
I am going to start thinking about reasons to have another big party so we can have you back”!

Song List
Hound Dog – Elvis
C’Mon Everybody – Eddie Cochran
Folsom prison blues – Johnny Cash
Have love will travel – The Sonics
Great balls of fire – Jerry Lee Lewis
Rock around the clock – Bill Haley and the comets
Johnny Be Goode – Chuck Berry
Pencil full of lead – Paulo Nutini
Stuck in the middle with you – Stealers Wheels
Twenty flight rock – Eddie Cochran
La Bamba – Richie Valens
Bad moon rising – Credence Clearwater Revival
The Twist – Chubby Checker
Not fade away – The Rolling Stones
Oh Boy – Buddy Holly
Whole lotta shakin going on – Jerry Lee Lewis
Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
Wipe Out – The Surfaris
Summertime blues – Eddie Cochran
Rock and roll music – Chuck Berry
Misirlou – Dick Dale
Tutti Fruity – Little Richard
Oh boy – Buddy Holly
What I’d say – Ray Charles
You never can tell – Chuck Berry
Wonderful World – Sam Cooke
Cut across Shorty – Eddie Cochran
Long Tall Sally – Little Richard
Roll over Beethoven – Chuck Berry
See you later alligator – Bill Haley and the Comets
Brown eyed handsome man – Buddy Holly
Guitar man – Elvis
Land of a 1000 dances – Wilson Pickett
Hallelujah I love her so – Eddie Cochran
I wanna be like you – Jungle Book
Shake rattle and roll – Elvis
That’ll be the day – Buddy Holly
Jailhouse rock – Elvis
Something else – Eddie Cochran
Wonderful World – Sam Cooke
Shake a Tailfeather – Ray Charles
Good Golly Miss Molly – Little Richard
Do you love me? – The Contours
Boppin the blues – Carl Perkins
I wanna be like you – Jungle Book
Ready Teddy – Elvis

The Stylettes 2

With the girls in polka-dot dresses and the boys in sharp suits and skinny ties, The Stylettes are the epitome of 1960’s cool who combine great Rock’n’Roll with the 60’s girl group garage sound. They are simply perfect for 1950s and 1960s theme events!

The Stylettes guarantee a great show with great tunes that takes in the 50s era of Rock’n’Roll (Elvis, Buddy Holly), The 60s beat boom (Beatles, Stones, Kinks), 60s girl groups (Ronettes, Chiffons) and some soul classics too (Aretha, Blues Brothers). Great musicianship and great vocals combined with a fun and engaging show that will get the audience dancing.

The Stylettes’ exuberant musicality and depth of experience includes performances to audiences of upto 30,000 people, a wealth of function and tribute performances at weddings, corporate events and private parties across the UK and Europe.


Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel – Saturday 16th June 2012.
“Thanks for a really brilliant night. Great choice of songs, perfectly paced and really helpful with our annoying requests. Never seen a dance floor so packed for so long, which shows how good the playing was; irresistible foot-tapping grooves. Great stuff – we’d love to have you back.”
Megan Todd, The Marketing Practice.

Sample Songs

Runaround Sue Dion & The Belmonts
I Only Wanna Be With You Dusty Springfield
Please Mister Postman The Marvelettes
Dream Lover Bobby Darin
One Fine Day The Chiffons
Be My Baby The Ronettes
Will You Love Me Tomorrow? The Shirelles
Tainted Love Imelda May
Dancing In The Street Martha & the Vandellas
Heatwave Martha & the Vandellas
Twist And Shout The Beatles
Burning Love Elvis Presley
Marie’s The Name (Of His Latest Flame) Elvis Presley
Stuck In The Middle With You Stealers Wheel
Baby I Love You The Ronettes
Da Doo Ron Ron The Crystals
Higher And Higher Jackie Wilson
Satisfaction Rolling Stones
Money The Beatles
Whole Lotta Shakin’ Elvis Presley
You Really Got Me The Kinks
Treat Her Right The Commitments
Route 66 Bobby Troup
Everybody Needs Somebody Blues Brothers
Rock Around The Clock Bill Haley & The Comets
Happy Days Norman Gimbel and Charles Fox
Shake Your Tailfeather Blues Brothers
Oh Boy! Buddy Holly
Be-Bop-A-Lula Gene Vincent
Jailhouse Rock Elvis Presley
The Twist Chubby Checker
Let’s Twist Again Chubby Checker
Long Tall Sally Little Richard
Get Ready The Temptations
Slippin’ & Slidin’ Little Richard
Shout Lulu
You Keep On Knocking Little Richard
Something Else Eddie Cochran
Blue Suede Shoes Elvis Presley
My Girl The Temptations
Runaway Del Shannon
Tequila The Champs
La Bamba Richie Valens
Teenager In Love Marty Wilde
Lucille Little Richard
Johnny B. Goode Chuck Berry
My Guy Mary Wells

The B Sides

The B-Sides are a Southern based 1950’s rock n roll band comprising of four exceptional and experienced musicians. They pride themselves on providing a professional, charismatic, live performance with an authentic sound and style of the 50s.

All band members have an interest in popular vintage culture so the band are perfectly suited to retro themed events. Performing favourite hits from the likes of Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Bill Haley and more modern acts including JD McPherson and Si Cranstoun.

The B Sides are suitable for any occasion from pub entertainment to weddings. The music is suitable for families and will appeal to people of all ages.


Fourmost 60s Band

The Fourmost 60s theme band achieved fame under the management wing of Brian Epstein and had already been part of the boom of beat music in Liverpool, having played the famous Cavern club in 1961, long before the Beatles made their debut. After being auditioned by George Martin, they were signed to Parlophone Records, the same label as The Beatles.

Two commercial Lennon / McCartney songs, “Hello Little Girl” and “I’m In Love” served as their initial asides, but the chirpy “A Little Lovin'” became the bands biggest hit on reaching N0.6 in April 1964. They were featured in the film “Ferry Cross the Mersey” which consolidated their position as one of the leading Liverpool groups as well as appearing as resident band at the London Palladium over a 2 year period.

Today, The Fourmost are one of the busier named bands performing on the 60’s circuit, playing in and around the UK and Europe at such venues as, Butlins, Warners, Haven, Park Resorts and Brittania Hotels and selected theatres to name a few.

In 2011 the Fourmost appeared as guest artistes on a nationwide tour “Live from Liverpool” with fellow Liverpool hit makers the Merseybeats to celebrate 50 yrs in the music industry. This show is now still going strong and being performed all over the UK to this day.
UK Singles:
1963 Hello Little Girl – No.9 UK chart
1963 I’m In Love – No.17 UK chart
1964 A Little Lovin – No.6 UK chart
1964 Baby I Need Your Loving – No.24 UK chart

“Janice Shawbrook 2013.6.13 12:19
Great set at Whitby Pavilion on Friday, you blew the Stones and Mike Pender off the stage with your very lively and varied repertoire. Out of all the bands and acts that appeared at the Whitby 60’s weekend both the Fourmost and Union Gap were a cut above the rest.”
“Joan Timms 2013.6.10 21:21
Joan, Sylvia, Al and Dave from Lincoln
Just to say we enjoyed the Whitby festival. We listened to all the sixties bands. We had not seen the Fourmost line-up before but just to say that we thought that you were the most entertaining band of the weekend.
Kindest Regards
Joan xx
PS hope to see you soon”

“Sue & Joan 2013.3.15 09:48
Thanks for a great afternoon’s entertainment at the Oddfellows Club, to date you have been the best 60’s act we have had. Authentic in every way and the ability to involve your audience in to your show. Enjoyed our chat prior to you going on stage, don’t forget to mention us both to Billy and Tony from the Merseybeats.
Don’t tell them, but we think you cover their version of I think of You better than they do. We do hope to see you back here again.
Love Sue & Joan xx”

Walk In The Room – The Searchers
Needles & Pins – The Searchers
Sugar & Spice – The Searchers
Sweets For My Sweet – The Searchers
Sunny Afternoon – The Kinks
Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison
Teenager In Love – Marty Wilde
Runaway – Del Shannon
I saw Her Standing There – The Beatles
Hello Little Girl – The Fourmost
Hitching A Ride – Vanity Fare
The Letter – Boxtops
Your No Good – Swinging Blue Jeans
Johnny B Good – Chuck Berry
Chains – The Beatles
Take Me For What I am Worth – The Searchers
Move It – Cliff & The Shadows
Do You Wanna Dance – Cliff & The Shadows
On The Beach – Cliff & The Shadows
Bad To Me – Billy J Kramer
I’ll Keep You Satisfied – Billy J Kramer
I Like It – Gerry & The Pacemakers
Jesamine – The Casuals
Shakin All Over – Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
Glad All Over – Dave Clark Five
A Little Lovin – The Fourmost
I Think Of You – The Merseybeats
Just One Look – The Hollies
Rock & Roll Medley – Various Artists
I’m In Love – The Fourmost
Here There & Everywhere – The Beatles/Fourmost
Do Ron Ron – Crystals
All My Lovin – Beatles
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
Living Next Door To Alice – New World
I’ll Never Get Over You – Johhny Kidd & The Pirates
Baby Come Back – The Equals
Black is Black – Los Lobos
Rhythm of the Rain – Cascades
When will I be Loved – Everly Bro’s
The Kids Are All Right – The Who
Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly
+Many More……