The High Numbers

Rock & Pop Band Wiltshire (Travels UK)

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Project Description

Wedding Band Wiltshire | The High Numbers Wedding Band Wiltshire
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  • From £1350+ High energy show- all High Numbers band members sing!
  • Performing all the latest hits and party songs- this band have a huge setlist!
  • The 5 piece band (2 x 45min sets) is the most frequently booked setup
  • This band travel across the UK and abroad (also performing on cruise ships)
  • Available for Weddings, Corporate Events, and large capacity bookings (ie theatres, festivals etc)

    “This is the kind of talented, young band it’s impossible not to like.

    Breezing through a tight set, they looked sharp, totally confident in their ability to entertain

    – THE STAGE, London, England

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A Rockin’ Show!

The high-impact High Numbers show has been specially tailored to suit all age groups, performing songs that have timeless appeal. All High Numbers shows encourage & provoke audience participation, dancing & singing throughout the entire set. From Beatles classics to rockin’ numbers from the Stones and lots of vibrant modern hits this show is sure to get everyone on their feet!

The theatre version of this show has been ship hopping with The Royal Caribbean winning fans from every continent in the world.  The High Numbers recreate the essence of the 60’s with their sharp suits, vintage equipment and a set bursting with youthfulness and energy.

Credentials

Front man Jamie is proud to be a certified Gold selling songwriter with Warner Brothers. As well as his songs being featured in television shows and films across the world, he has also acted in films and many commercials.  He appeared as the vocalist in the resident band at Hammersmith Palais in London for two years, and has played alongside & worked with artists such as The Searchers, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Bananarama, T’Pau, Tony Hadley, Bad Manners, Chesney Hawkes, Nick Kershaw, Doctor & the Medics, Betty Boo, Jason Donovan, Musical Youth, and M People to include a few.

Charity Work

The High Numbers are often involved in charity work, raising funds for Thames Valley Hospice, Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign, Comic Relief, The White Lodge Centre, and Children in Need (appearing on the National TV appeal) to name a few. This band were also invited to perform at  ‘Chesney Hawkes’  Xmas Cracker’, raising over £25,000 for The White Lodge Centre.

Line-up & Performance Information
Line-up: Guitarist/Vocalist, Guitarist/Vocalist, Bass Guitarist/Vocalist, Drums/Vocalist, Backing Vocals/Percussion
Performance Timings: 2 x 45 minute sets (as standard)
Interval Music?: Yes, (inclusive)
Arrival/Setup: 120 minutes before performance / Allow 90 minutes for setup
PA/Lighting: Fully self contained. PA (5k rig) and Lighting for up to 400 guests (inclusive)
Requirements: 4 x 6m space / 4 x electrical sockets / rider / parking / secure changing room
Sound Limiters?: The High Numbers are experienced in working with venue sound limiters
Additional Booking Options
Extra Set(s): Yes, add extra 45 minute sets
Earlier Arrival/Setup?: This is available, please ask for quote
Need a Compère?: The High Numbers can provide their own professional Compère for your event
400+ Guests?: The High Numbers can provide larger PA / Extra lighting rig
Disco (provided by The High Numbers): Laptop with large song list / PA & Lighting / Mic for speeches

Repertoire

1950’s

  • Elvis Presley – ‘Hound Dog’
  • Chuck Berry – ‘Johnny B Goode’
  • Eddie Cochran – ‘Summertime Blues’
  • Bobby Freeman – ‘Do you Wanna Dance’
  • Chuck Berry – ‘Johnny B Goode’
  • Little Richard – ‘Tutti Frutti’
  • Buddy Holly – ‘Oh Boy’
  • Bill Haley – ‘Rock Around the Clock’
  • Chuck Berry – ‘Rock ‘n Roll Music’
  • Eddie Cochran – ‘Summertime Blues’
  • Ritchie Valens – ‘La Bamba’

1960’s

  • Van Morrison – ‘Brown Eyed Girl’
  • The Spencer Davis Group- ‘Gimme Some Loving’
  • Andy Williams – ‘Can’t Take My Eyes off You’
  • The Monkees – ‘Daydream Believer’
  • Franki Valli – ‘Beggin”
  • Steppenwolf – ‘Born to Be Wild’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘All Over Now’
  • The Foundations – ‘Build Me Up Buttercup’
  • The Contours – ‘Do You Love Me’
  • The Small Faces – ‘All or Nothing’
  • The Beatles – ‘Help!’
  • Jeff Beck – ‘Hi Ho Silver Lining’
  • Bruce Channel – ‘Hey Baby’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Honky Tonk Woman’
  • The Monkees – ‘I’m a Believer’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’
  • Ritchie Valens – ‘La Bamba’
  • The Small Faces – ‘Lazy Sunday’
  • Chubby Checker – ‘The Twist’
  • The Kingsmen – ‘Louie Louie’
  • Wilson Pickett – ‘Mustang Sally’
  • The Who – ‘My Generation’
  • Roy Orbison – ‘Pretty Woman’
  • The Kinks – ‘You Really Got Me’
  • ‘The Searchers – ‘Sweets For My Sweet’
  • The Beatles – ‘She Loves You’
  • Elvis Presley – ‘Suspicious Minds’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Sympathy For The Devil’
  • Neil Diamond – ‘Sweet Caroline’
  • The Beatles – ‘Saw Her Standing There
  • The Beatles – ‘Twist & Shout’
  • The Kinks – ‘All Day and All of the Night’
  • The Small Faces – ‘All or Nothing’
  • Van Morrison – ‘Brown Eyed Girl’
  • The Who – ‘Can’t Explain’
  • The Monkees – ‘Daydream Believer’
  • Harry Nilsson – ‘Everybody’s Talkin”
  • Jimi Hendrix – ‘Foxy Lady’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Get Off of My Cloud’
  • Otis Redding – ‘Hard To Handle’
  • Bruce Channel – ‘Hey! Baby’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Let’s Spend the Night Together’
  • The Doors – ‘Light My Fire’
  • The Kingsmen – ‘Louie, Louie’
  • Otis Redding – ‘The Midnight Hour’
  • Roy Orbison – ‘Pretty Woman’
  • Credence Clearwater Revival – ‘Proud Mary’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Satisfaction’
  • The Beatles – ‘I Saw Her Standing There’
  • Otis Redding – ‘(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay’
  • The Beatles – ‘She Loves You’
  • Ben E. King – ‘Stand By Me’
  • The Who – ‘Substitute’
  • The Kinks – ‘Sunny Afternoon’
  • Led Zeppelin – ‘Whole Lotta Love’
  • The Searchers – ‘Sweets For My Sweet’
  • The Beatles – ‘Ticket To Ride’
  • The Kinks – ‘Waterloo Sunset’
  • The Beatles – ‘We Can Work It Out’
  • The Animals – ‘We Gotta Get Outta This Place’
  • Led Zeppelin – ‘Whole Lotta Love’
  • Union Gap – ‘Young Girl’

1970’s

  • Wild Cherry – ‘Play That Funky Music’
  • Don McLean – ‘American Pie’
  • Bill Withers – ‘Ain’t No ‘Sunshine’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘Brown Sugar’
  • Led Zeppelin – ‘Rock ‘n Roll’
  • The Commodores – ‘Easy’
  • Rod Stewart – ‘Handbags and Gladrags’
  • Eric Clapton – ‘I Shot the Sheriff’
  • T. Rex – ‘Get it On’
  • Doobie Brothers – ‘Long Train Running’
  • Rod Stewart – ‘Maggie Mae’
  • Bob Marley – ‘No Woman, No Cry’
  • Bob Marley – ‘One Love’
  • Free – ‘Alright Now’
  • Steve Harley – ‘Come Up & See Me’
  • Stealers Wheel – ‘Stuck in The Middle’
  • Bob Marley – ‘Stir It Up’
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd – ‘Sweet Home Alabama’
  • The Undertones – ‘Teenage Kicks’
  •  Hot Chocolate – ‘You Sexy Thing’
  • T.Rex – ’20th Century Boy’
  • Bill Withers – ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’
  • The O’Jays – ‘For the Love of Money’
  • T.Rex – ‘Hot Love’
  • Bob Marley – ‘Is This Love’
  • The Rolling Stones – ‘It’s Only Rock and Roll’
  • The Jackson 5 – ‘I Want You Back’
  • Bob Marley – ‘I Shot the Sheriff’
  • Chic – ‘Good Times’
  • The Doobie Brothers – ‘Long Train Running’
  • Rod Stewart – ‘ Maggie May’
  • Wild Cherry – ‘Play That Funky Music’
  • The Doors – ‘Roadhouse Blues’
  • Led Zeppelin – ‘Rock and Roll’
  • Stealers Wheel – ‘Stuck In The Middle With You’
  • Pink Floyd – ‘The Wall’
  • Bob Marley – ‘Wait in Vain’
  • Queen – ‘We Will Rock You’
  • Pink Floyd – ‘Wish You Were Here’
  • The Real Thing – ‘You To Me Are Everything’

1980’s

  • Bryan Adams – ‘Summer of 69’
  • The Proclaimers – ‘500 Miles’
  • Madness – ‘Baggy Trousers’
  • Kenny Loggins – ‘Footloose’
  • Bon Jovi – ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’
  • Huey Lewis – ‘Power of Love’
  • The Clash – ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’
  • Guns N’ Roses – ‘Sweet Child ‘O Mine’
  • The Jam – ‘Town Called Malice’
  • Buggles – ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’
  • Katrina & Waves – ‘Walking on Sunshine’
  • Queen – ‘Another One Bites the Dust’
  • Michael Jackson – ‘Beat It’
  • Micheal Jackson – ‘Billie Jean’
  • George Michael – ‘Careless Whisper’
  • Journey/Glee – ‘Don’t Stop Believin”
  • Aswad – ‘Don’t Turn Around’
  • The Beastie Boys – ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!)’
  • Kenny Loggins – ‘Footloose’
  • Madness – ‘It Must Be Love’
  • The Cure – ‘Lovesong’
  • Cameo – ‘Word Up’
  • Madness – ‘One Step Beyond’
  • Guns N’ Roses -‘Paradise City’
  • Huey Lewis and the News – ‘The Power of Love’
  • Micheal Jackson – ‘Smooth Criminal’
  • Bryan Adams – ‘Summer of ’69’
  • Guns N’ Roses – ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine’
  • Aerosmith – ‘Walk This Way’
  • U2 – ‘With or Without You’

1990’s

  • Robbie Williams – ‘Angels’
  • The Commitments – ‘Hard to Handle’
  • James – ‘Sit Down’
  • Chesney Hawkes – ‘The One and Only’
  • Charles and Eddie – ‘Would I Lie To You?’
  • Supergrass – ‘Alright’
  • Oasis – ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’
  • Kula Shaker – ‘Hush’
  • The Wannadies – ‘You and Me Song’
  • REM – ‘Losing My Religion’
  • Guns N’ Roses – ‘Knockin’ On Heavens Door’
  • Peter Andre – ‘Mysterious Girl’
  • Oasis – ‘Roll With It’
  • Inner Circle – ‘Sweat’
  • Wheatus – ‘Teenage Dirtbag’
  • Spin Doctors – ‘Two Princes’
  • Oasis – ‘Whatever’
  • Oasis – ‘Wonderwall’
  • Gun – ‘Word Up’
  • Stereophonics – ‘Just Looking’
  • Supergrass – ‘Alright’
  • Guns N’ Roses – ‘Don’t Cry’
  • Green Day – ‘Good Riddance’
  • Vanilla Ice – ‘Ice Ice Baby’
  • Wheatus – ‘A Little Respect’
  • Duran Duran – ‘Ordinary World’
  • Blur – ‘Parklife’
  • Reef – ‘Place Your Hands’
  • Inner Circle – ‘Sweat’
  • Charles and Eddie – ‘Would I Lie To You?’

2000’s

  • Stereophonics – ‘Have a Nice Day’
  • Amy Winehouse – ‘Valerie’
  • Stereophonics – ‘Handbags & Gladrags’
  • Shaggy & Rayvon – ‘Angel’
  • Green Day – ‘American Idiot’
  • Jet – ‘Are You Gonna Be My Girl’
  • Madcon – ‘Beggin”
  • Artic Monkeys – ‘I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor’
  • The Kaiser Chiefs – ‘I Predict a Riot’
  • The Killers – ‘Mr. Brightside’
  • Kings of Leon – ‘Sex on Fire’
  • The Calling – ‘Wherever You Will Go’
  • Coldplay – ‘Yellow’
  • Blink 182 – ‘All The Small Things’
  • Razorlight – ‘America’
  • Green Day – ‘American Idiot’
  • Lady Gaga – ‘Bad Romance’
  • Sean Kingston – ‘Beautiful Girls’
  • Snow Patrol – ‘Chasing Cars’
  • The Fratellis – ‘Chelsea Dagger’
  • Taio Cruz – ‘Dynamite’
  • The Artic Monkeys – ‘I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor’
  • The Strokes – ‘Last Night’
  • Cheryl Cole – ‘Parachute’
  • Franz Ferdinand – ‘Take Me Out’
  • Paul Weller – ‘Thinking Of You’

Reviews

“The kind of talented, young band it’s impossible not to like. Breezing through a tight set, they looked sharp, totally confident in their ability to entertain & sounded as tight as drum.  The Who’s My Generation was a great final number – the quality of their music doing all the talking, to whatever generation audience.”
The Stage – Derek Smith

“The band got the dance floor crowded on their first number & it stayed that way throughout the evening.   Dancers of all ages thought the band was fantastic.  You made it effortless!”
Kerry Brooker – British Pain Society (Corporate Event at Old Trafford, Manchester United FC)

“Just a quick note to say thanks for the sterling job you did at The Bull Hotel.  You really made the party & everyone I spoke to mentioned how fantastic you were. I will definitely be recommending you in the future!  Thanks again”
Natalie & Gary Bloxham, Oxon Wedding

“It was truly amazing. Jamie’s vocals were sublime and quite frankly I couldn’t take my eyes off him all night!  He played songs that appealed to all ages & really got the party started.  He was so professional from start to finish and all my guests were very impressed”
Lesley Coyle, Formby Hall Golf Club

“Thank you very much for all your services which I found extremely professional and helpful. You were an incredible band that gave us exactly what I was looking for: a lot of fun and great music round it with a great entertaining performance.  You were all are great people which made it all more enjoyable for me and my friends.  I am sure you made a few friends in Poland.  Thank you very much again and wish you great success”
Miguel Choy (Private Party)

“Hi Jamie, Just a quick note to say again how much we all enjoyed the band, you were all fantastic and I hope the crowd on the dance floor confirmed this! I would like to provisionally reserve again for next year if ok with you even though it seems crazy looking so far ahead! Many thanks”
Katherine – Speen Fund Raising Event

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