Bands

The Jets

The Jets

The band first formed in 1974 under the name "BRAD", a four piece Rock'n'Roll band with big ambitions. In 1978 they became The Jets, now a three piece with Bob on Double bass, Ray on lead guitar and "little" Tony on drums. Keeping it in the family, the three Cotton brothers play with as much energy and power as a six piece band. The Jets were soon snapped up by top record label EMI with a string of hits to follow including "Love Makes The World Go Round", "Yes Tonight Josephine" and "Party Doll". Along with the hits came several TV appearances and world wide tours performing with big named acts suc as Robert Plant, Cliff Richard, Shakin' Stevens, Carl Perkins and The Crickets. With over 30 years experience behind them, The Jets remain one of the top rockin' bands not only in the UK but around the world.

Johnny Earl

Johnny Earl

Johnny Earl is no Elvis impersonator, there's no shakin' hips, no quivering lip and no vegas jumpsuit. So what do you get? You get the man who recorded four albums and toured with Elvis' original band, The Jordanaires, Scotty Moore and Dj Fontana, also appearing along side the late Carl Perkins. Now becoming a popular performer on the UK and European Jive scene, Johnny's hit "Swing Me Baby" has grown to be one of the most requested songs for Jivers young and old. With his remarkable voice and charismatic stage presence, Johnny Earl's jive time show goes from strength to strength. When Johnny hits the stage, it really is Jive Time!

Fakin' Stevens

Fakin' Stevens

Shakin' Stevens, The most successful male singer of the 80s is captured perfectly by Mark Keeley in this spectacular tribute to the denim-clad Rock'n'Roller. Mark's energetic show bears a striking resemblence to the real thing, with the voice and all the moves that took Shakin' Stevens to stardom. Backed by Good Rockin' Tonight, one of the UK's top Rock'n'Roll bands, each song is masterfully recreated to the original arrangement. Songs such as This Ole House, Marie Marie, Green Door, You Drive Me Crazy and Oh Julie are all included in this Dynamic performance. From the denims to the famous pink jacket, Fakin' Stevens has all that is needed to make it a Rockin, boppin' success !

Mark Keeley's Elvis Show

Mark Keeley's Elvis Show

Mark Keeley's Elvis Show is a spectacular tribute to the King of Rock'n'Roll. From the early years in the gold lame suit, through the 68 Comeback Special in the famous leathers, finishing with the vegas years in the rhinestone encrusted jump suit. Mark's breathtaking tribute to the King is backed by the UK's top Rock'n'Roll band Good Rockin' Tonight with the added features of keyboards and backing singers. This is one Elvis tribute show not to be missed.

The Revolutionaires

The Revolutionaires

The Revolutionaires are a Rock'n'Roll four piece band based in Durham. Formed by Ed Stevens on guitar and his brother Rich on bass, accompanied by Dave Anderson on piano and John Lambert on drums. The Revolutionaires have a wide influence of styles, reaching from early R'n'B with the likes of Louis Jordan and Smiley Lewis, to classic Rock'n'Roll from artists such as Little Richard, Elvis and Bill Haley. Whatever your choice, The Revolutionaires will be happy to oblige, as long as they can keep on Rockin'.

Rockin' The Joint

Rockin' The Joint

Rockin' The Joint have been on the Rock'n'Roll scene for nearly three years now, rapidly scaling new heights in terms of professionalism and popularity. This talented four piece cross the whole Rock'n'Roll spectrum, tackling the various styles. From Rockabilly, through to Doo-Wop and calssic Rock'n'Roll. The band consist of two guitarists, bass and drums, with each member taking turns on the lead vocal. This advantage displays their close vocal harmonies at the forfront of their musical talent. With two CDs, a multitude of gigs and radio appearances under their belt, the only way is up for Rockin' The Joint

Good Rockin' Tonight

Good Rockin' Tonight

Good Rockin' Tonight were first established in January 1993 as a three piece. With Mark Keeley on lead vocales and rhythm guitar, John O'Malley on lead guitar and Tim Dene on double bass. The addition of a drummer was soon to follow giving the band the full sound that was needed to make an impact on the Rock'n'Roll scene. After many years of hard slog, the band has achieved great success having completed nationwide tours for the likes of Yate's Wine Lodge, Brannigans and Chicago Rock Cafe, not to mention the numerous Rock'n'Roll clubs in the UK and Europe. With 12 CD releases and many TV appearances to their credit, Good Rockin' Tonight remain at the top of their tree.