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Solo Vocalist Warrington - Lula Belle

(From £230) Solo Vocalist Warrington Lula Belle is a Solo Singer based Cheshire who lends any tune from Ella Fitzgerald to AC/DC a retro, jazzy twist! A hugely entertaining and fun vocalist- fantastic for parties & weddings! Travels UK.
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Solo Vocalist Warrington Lula Belle

Solo Vocalist Warrington Want to book a lively Wedding singer with a huge sense of fun and the professionalism to cater for your event? Lula Belle is a sassy, self-contained solo vocalist that will keep your party jivin’ and swingin’!

Lula dresses in lively, retro colours and can even match her hair colour to your scheme!

Solo vocalist Warrington Lula Belle has always loved making other people happy using her voice and performance, an ambition she inherited from her Grandmother. Also handed down to her was a love of great jazz in all its forms!  Lula will fill your event with the soul of the Great American songbook from 1930s romantic ballads, swing and jive, to soul show stoppers, with a regular returns to Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Doris Day and the Rat Pack inbetween!

Starting in Cheshire performing solo and with local bands, Lula has grown her act into a performance that travels across the UK. Lula’s act is very versatile and she performs in a a solo self-contained performance with high quality backing tracks, or a duo (as part of Diamond Blue, (click the link to view). The solo and duo setup is compact and very portable, and is ideal for parties where everyone wants to swing!

With the aim to be always polite and professional, Lula (Solo Vocalist Warrington) will discuss with you personally your wishes for your event, and offer advice on building your ideal music set. Lula’s wonderful and timeless vintage sound is matched in her dress and presentation – You may even be able to negotiate her hair colour matching your colour scheme!

Happy to sing in small, relaxed venues, large Black Tie Balls or the middle or a jiving dancefloor – Lula Belle (Wedding Singer Cheshire) can tailor her act according to your needs- make your enquiry today!

Lineup & Performance Info:

  • Default lineup: 1 member (Solo Vocalist)
  • Performance timings: 2 x 45 min sets (as standard)
  • Lula Belle accepts bookings across the UK

Required by this act:

  • Parking for their vehicle(s) at the venue
  • Electricity supply
  • 2m x 2m stage space
  • 60 mins for setup/soundcheck
  • Changing room (ideally secure and private)
  • Water/tea/coffee/soft drinks
  • Hot meal/buffet may be required at some evening performances

Provided by this act as standard:

  • PA system
  • Pre-recorded background music during performance break(s)

Additional booking options:

  • Add extra 45 minute sets as required
  • Larger Band? Yes, see below


1. Solo Singer – 2 x 45mins – Backing Tracks, No DJ SERVICE (starts no earlier than 7pm).

2. Solo Singer & DJ – 2 x 45 mins singing with backing Tracks – DJ til Midnight NO LIGHTS (starts no earlier than 7pm).

3. Solo Singer, DJ, Lights – 2 x 45 mins singing with backing Tracks – DJ til Midnight PLUS LIGHTS (SMOKE, BUBBLES ETC) (starts no earlier than 7pm).

up to 2.5 hours of singing with backing Tracks – spread through day from arrival drinks, in meal and after-party DJ til 1am PLUS LIGHTS, MICS AVAILABLE FOR SPEECHES ETC (Can start as early as 2pm).


1. For the Band alone – 2 x 45 mins – NO DJ, NO LIGHTS- You can book a 4 piece, 5 piece or 6 piece band (starts no earlier than 7pm).

2. BAND AND DJ – EVENING – Band 2 x 45 – DJ til Midnight – NO LIGHTS- You can book a 4 piece, 5 piece or 6 piece band (starts no earlier than 7pm)

3. BAND AND DJ – EVENING – Band 2 x 45 – DJ til Midnight – PLUS LIGHTS (SMOKE, BUBBLES ETC) You can book a 4 piece, 5 piece or 6 piece band (starts no earlier than 7pm).

4. BAND AND DJ – ALL DAY COVER – Band 2 x 45 – DJ til Midnight – PLUS LIGHTS (SMOKE, BUBBLES ETC) Lula also sings solo, DJs and Provides Mics for Speeches, Plus Lights from 2pm. Band 2 x 45 mins from any time after 7pm. For the band part, you can book 4 piece, 5 piece or 6 piece band (starts as early as 2pm).

Lula Belle (Solo Singer Cheshire) can perform a wide range of upbeat jazzy tunes- choose your favourites from this list!

Jazz, Easy Listening & Classic Songs:

‘You’ll Never Know’  – Andy Williams
‘They Say it’s Wonderful’ – Andy Williams
‘Sweet Georgia Brown’ – Armstrong / Charles Et Al.
‘So Nice’ – Bebel Gilberto
‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’ – Bessie Smith
‘I Wanna Be Loved By You’ – Betty Boop / Marilyn Monroe
‘I Got Rhythm’ – Big Band / Jazz / Trad
‘Anything Goes’ – Big Band / Jazz / Trad
‘Putting on the Ritz’ – Big Band / Jazz / Trad
‘Lover Come Back to Me’ – Big Band / Jazz / Trad
‘It Don’t Mean a Thing (If it Ain’t Got That Swing)’ – Big Band / Jazz / Trad
‘I Concentrate On You’ – Big Band / Jazz / Trad
‘God Bless the Child’ – Billie Holiday
‘That Ole Devil Called Love’ – Billie Holiday
‘All of Me’ – Billie Holiday
‘Can’t Help Lovin’ that Man of Mine’ – Billie Holiday / Ella Fitzgerald
‘Don’t Explain’ – Billie Holiday / Ella Fitzgerald
‘Summertime’ – Billiie Holiday
‘These Foolish Things’ – Billie Holiday
‘Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans’ – Billie Holiday
‘Night and Day’ – Billie Holiday
‘I’m a Fool to Want You’ – Billie Holiiday
‘Goodnight Sweetheart’ – Blitz Hits
‘Chattanooga ChooChoo’ – Blitz Hits
‘Blue Moon’ – Blossom Dearie
‘Down With Love’ – Blossom Dearie
‘Surrey with the Fringe on Top’ – Blossom Dearie
‘There’ll be Some Changes Made’ – Bob Stewart
‘Some of These Days’ – Bobby Darin
‘Georgia on My Mind’ – Carmichael / Ray Charles
‘La Mer’ (French) – Charles Trenent
‘There Will Never Be Another You’ – Chet Baker
‘Anything Goes’ – Cole Porter
‘Little Ol’ Wine Drinker Me’ – Dean Martin
Toot Toot Tootsie Good Bye’ – Dean Martin
‘Kissing You’ – Des’ree
‘Is You is or Is You Ain’t my Baby’ – Diana Krall
‘You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me’ – Diana Krall
‘Mad About the Boy’ – Dinah Washington
‘What a Difference a Day Makes – Dinah Washington
‘Dixie’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘I Wish I could Shimmy Like my Sister Kate’ –  (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘Bugle Call Rag’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘Button Up Your Overcoat’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘Sheik of Araby’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘When You’re Smiling’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘Marjie’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
Charleston’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘Basin Street Blues’ – (Dixie / 20s / Trad)
‘Yes Sir That’s My Baby’ – Charleston 20s/30s
‘I Got Rhythm’ – (from ‘Crazy for You’) (20s/30s)
‘Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps’ – Doris Day
‘Everybody Loves My Baby’ – Doris Day
‘I’ve Got a Crush on You’ – Doris Day
‘You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me’ – Doris Day
‘If I Give My Heart to You’ – Doris Day
‘Secret Love’ – Doris Day
‘The Very Thought of You’ – Doris Day
‘Que Sera Sera’ – Doris Day
‘It Could Happen To You’ – Doris Day
‘La Vie En Rose’ – Edith Piaf
‘Je Ne Regrette Rien’ – Edith Piaf
‘A-Tisket A Tasket’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘April in Paris’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Black Coffee’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Cry Me a River – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Dancin’ Cheek to Cheek’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Every Time We Say Goodbye’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘I Get a Kick Out of You’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘It’s Alright with Me Ella’ – Fitzgerald
‘Let’s Do It (Let’s fall in Love) – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Let’s Face the Music and Dance’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Makin’ Whoopie’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘They All Laughed’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘They Can’t Take That Away From Me’ Ella Fitzgerald
‘Honeysuckle Rose’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘The Man I Love’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘Blue Skies’ – Ella Fitzgerald
‘At Last’ – Etta James
‘Rather Go Blind’ – Etta James
‘Brazil’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Girl From Ipanema’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Lady is a Tramp’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Wave’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Where or When’ – Frank Sinatra
‘My Favourite Things’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Stepping Out with My Baby’ – Fred Astaire
‘Puttin’ on the Ritz’ – Fred Astaire
‘Steppin Out with My Baby’ – Fred Astaire
‘Somebody Loves Me’ – Gershwin
‘Skylark’ – Hoagy Carmichael
‘Stardust’ – Hoagy Carmichael
‘It Don’t Mean a Thing if It Ain’t Got That Swing’ – Ivie Anderson
‘The Way You Look Tonight’ – Jerome Kern
‘Smoke Gets in Your Eyes’ – Jerome Kern
‘Make Believe’ – Jerome Kern
‘I Concentrate on You’ – Joanie Sommers
‘You Better Go Now’ – Joanie Sommers
‘Charleston’ – Johnson & Mack
‘The Man That Got Away’ Judy Garland
‘Little Things Mean a Lot’ – Kitty Kallen
‘I Get Along Without You Very Well’ – Linda Ronstadt
‘When You Wish Upon a Star’ – Linda Ronstadt
‘You Go to My Head’ – Linda Ronstadt
‘Mac the Knife’ – Louis Armstrong
‘Jeepers Creepers’ – Louis Armstrong
‘La Vie En Rose’ – Louis Armstrong / Edit Piaf (French)
‘Dance Me to the End of Love’ – Madeleine Peyroux
‘Smile (Though Your Heart is Aching)’ – Madeleine Peyroux
‘Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend’ – Marilyn Monroe
‘Baby I’m a Fool’ – Melody Gardot
‘Let There be Love’ – Nat King Cole
‘L-O-V-E’ – Nat King Cole
‘Unforgettable’ – Nat King Cole
‘Route 66’ – Natalie Cole / Chuck Berry
‘I Loves You Porgy’ – Nina Simone
‘My Baby Just Cares for Me’ – Nina Simone
‘The Other Woman’ – Nina Simone
‘I Put a Spell on You’ – Nina Simone
‘Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out’ – Nina Simone
‘Fever’ – Peggy Lee
‘He’s a Tramp’ – Peggy Lee
‘Bali Ha’i’ – Peggy Lee / South Pacific
‘Why Don’t You Do Right’ – Rebecca Ferguson
‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Can’t Get Out of this Mood’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘My Favourite Things’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Nice Work if you Can Get it’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Whatever Lola Wants’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Lullaby of Birdland’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Green Dolphin Street’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Beautiful Love’ – Sarah Vaughan
‘Big Spender’ – Shirley Bassey
‘You Make Me Feel So Young’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Young at Heart’ -Frank Sinatra
‘I’ve Got You Under My Skin’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ (Soul style over Eva Cassidy Guitar)
‘More than You Know’ – Thelma Carpenter
‘It’s Wonderful’ – Tony Bennett
‘Brown Eyed Girl’ – Van Morrison
‘I Had the Craziest Dream’ – Warren & Gordon
‘East of the Sun’ – Diana Krall
‘Indian Summer ‘ -Frank Sinatra

Upbeat Songs, Soul & Blues, Disco, Party/Rock, Function numbers:

‘Respect’ – Aretha Franklin
‘Make You Feel My Love’ – Adele
‘Let’s Stay Together’ – Al Green
‘Hard Days Night’ – The Beatles
‘Saw Her Standing There’ – The Beatles
‘Goldfinger’ – 007 / Shirley Bassey
‘Mamma Mia’ – ABBA
‘Waterloo’ – ABBA
‘Love is a Losing Game’ – Amy Winehouse
‘Our Day Will Come’ – Amy Winehouse
‘Valerie’ – Amy Winehouse
‘You Know I’m No Good’ – Amy Winehouse
‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’ – Andrews Sisters / Bette Midler
‘Sweet Soul Music’ – Arthur Connelly
‘How Blue Can You Get’ – B.B. King
‘Let the Good Times Roll’ B.B. King
‘You and Me and the Bottle Makes Three’ – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
‘Rock Around the Clock’ – Bill Haley
‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ – Bill Withers
‘Me & Mrs Jones’ – Billy Paul
‘Do You Love Me’ – Blues Brothers
‘Sweet Home Chicago’ – Blues Brothers
‘I Don’t Wanna Wait in Vain’ – Bob Marley
‘Is This Love’ – Bob Marley
‘Three Little Birds’ – Bob Marley
‘Dream Lover’ – Bobby Darin
‘Rockin’ Robin’ – Bobby Day
‘I Want Candy’ – Bow Wow Wow
‘This Cat’s on a Hot Tin Roof’ – Brian Setzer
‘Hey Baby’ – Bruce Chanel
‘Uptown Funk’ – Bruno Mars w/ Mark Ronson
‘Minnie the Moocher’ – Cab Calloway
‘Nobody Does it Better’ – Carly Simon
‘Mocking Bird’ – Carly Simon / James Taylor
‘A Night Like This’ – Caro Emerald
‘That Man’ – Caro Emerald
‘Forget You’ – CeeLo Green
‘Zoot Suit Riot’ – Cherry Poppin’ Daddies
‘Truly Scrumptious’ – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
‘Candyman’ – Christina Aguilera
‘Route 66’ – Chuck Berry
‘You Never Can Tell (Teenage Wedding)’ – Chuck Berry
‘Johnny B. Goode’ – Chuck Bery
‘Rather Be’ – Clean Bandit w/ Jess Glynn
‘Lipstick on Your Collar’ – Connie Francis
‘I Put a Spell on You’ – Credence Clearwater Revival
‘Move on Up’ – Curtis Mayfield
‘Heroes’ – David Bowie
‘Let’s Dance’ – David Bowie
‘Dignity’ – Deacon Blue
‘Run Around’ – Sue Dion
‘9 to 5’ – Dolly Parton
‘Misty Blue’ – Dorothy Moore
‘Uptight (Everything is Alright)’ – Duffy
‘Son of a Preacher Man’ – Dusty Springfield
‘Spooky’ – Dusty Springfield
‘Thinking Out Loud’ – Ed Sheeran
‘How Long Will I Love You’ – Ellie Goulding
‘Blue Suede Shoes’ – Elvis
‘Shake Rattle and Roll’ – Elvis / Bill Haley
‘Rather Go Blind’ – Etta James
‘All I Have to Do is Dream’ – Everly Brothers
‘Wake Up Little Suzie’ – Everly Brothers
‘Ain’t That a Shame’ – Fats Domino
‘Blueberry Hill’ – Fats Domino
‘Rescue Me’ – Fontella Bass
‘That’s Life’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Witchcraft’ – Frank Sinatra
‘Why do Fools Fall in Love’ – Frankie Lymon
‘Band of Gold’ – Freda Payne
‘This Diamond Ring’ – Gary Lewis & The Playboys
‘Midnight Train to Georgia’ – Gladys Knight
‘Jump in the Line (Shake Señora)’ – Harry Belafonte
‘Walking Back to Happiness’ – Helen Shapiro
‘Built for Comfort’ – Howlin’ Wolf
‘Evil’ – Howlin’ Wolf
‘300lbs of Heavenly Joy’ – Howlin’ Wolf
‘Little Red Rooster’ – Howlin’ Wolf
‘Spoonful’ – Howlin’ Wolf
‘Tainted Love’ – (Imelda May / Gloria Jones style)
‘Indigo Swing’ – Johnny Boyd and Indigo Swing
‘Take Another Piece of My Heart’ – Irma Franklin
‘This Old Heart of Mine’ – Isley Brothers
The Sweetest Feeling’ – Jackie Wilson
‘Your Love is Lifting Me Higher’ – Jackie Wilson
‘Blame it on the Boogie’ – Jackson 5
‘I Feel Good’ – James Brown
‘Great Balls of Fire’ – Jerry Lewis
‘Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin on’ – Jerry Lee Lewis
‘Real Love’ – Jess Glynne
‘Price Tag’ – Jesse J
‘Corrine, Corrina’ – Big Joe Turner
‘Enjoy Yourself (It’s Later Than You Think)’ – Jools Holland Orchestra
‘I’m in the Mood for Love’ – Jools Holland Orchestra
‘Somewhere Only We Know’ – Keane / (or Lily Allen Christmas advert)
‘Jim Dandy’ – LaVern Baker
‘Tutti Frutti’ – Little Richard
‘Buona Sera Signorina’ – Louis Prima
‘Jump, Jive & Wail’ – Louis Prima
‘Just a Gigolo / I Ain’t Got Nobody’ – Louis Prima
‘When You’re Smiling / Sheik of Araby’ – Louis Prima
‘Shout’ – Lulu
‘Bills’ – LunchMoney Lewis
‘This Love’ – Maroon 5
‘I Heard It Through the Grapevine’ – Marvin Gaye
‘My Guy’ – Mary Wells
‘All About that Bass’ – Meghan Traynor
‘My Boy Lollipop’ – Millie
‘Ace of Spades’ – Motorhead
‘This will Be (An Everlasting Love)’ – Natalie Cole
‘I Put a Spell on You’ – Nina Simone
‘Try a Little Tenderness’ – Otis Redding
‘Never Tear Us Apart’ – Paloma Faith
’10/10′ – Paolo Nutini
‘Candy’ – Paolo Nutini
‘New Shoes’ – Paolo Nutini
‘Pencil Full of Lead’ – Paolo Nutini
‘Happy’ – Pharrell Williams
‘Moonlight Kiss’ – Raul Malo
‘Diamonds’ – Rhianna
‘Car Wash’ – Rose Royce
‘Mambo Italiano’ – Rosemary Clooney
‘Zip Gun Bop’ – Royal Crown Revue
‘That Old Black Magic’ – Sammy Davis Jr.
‘I Put a Spell on You’ – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
‘Sweet Like Chocolate’ – Shanks & Bigfoot
‘Diamonds are Forever’ – Shirley Bassey
‘Light my Fire’ – Shirley Bassey / Jackie Wilson
‘Put a Lid on It’ – Squirrel Nut Zippers
‘Abracadabra’ – Steve Miller Band
‘For Once in My Life’ – Stevie Wonder
‘Isn’t She Lovely’ – Stevie Wonder
‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’ – Stevie Wonder
‘Superstition’ – Stevie Wonder
‘Sh-Boom (Life Could Be a Dream)’ – The Crew Cuts
‘I Only Have Eyes for You’ – The Flamingos
‘Mr. Sandman’ – The Four Aces
‘Reach Out’ – The Four Tops
‘Earth Angel’ – The Penguins
‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’ – The Shirelles
‘Baby Love’ – The Supremes
‘Stop! In the Name of Love’ – The Supremes
‘You Can’t Hurry Love’ – The Supremes
‘My Girl’ – The Temptations
‘Proud Mary’ – Tina Turner
‘River Deep Mountain High’ – Tina Turner
‘High Heel Sneakers’ – Tommy Tucker
‘Brown Eyed Girl’ – Van Morrison
‘Mustang Sally’ – Wilson Pickett
‘Papa Loves Mambo’ – Perry Como / Rosemary Clooney
‘That Man’ – Caro Emerald
‘Lipstick on Your Collar’ – Connie Francis
‘Stupid Cupid’ – Connie Francis
‘Get Rhythm’ – Johnny Cash
‘That’s Alright Mama’ – Elvis
‘I Gotta Woman’ – Ray Charles
‘Oops I Did It Again’ – Britney Spears (Post Modern Juke Box Style)
‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ – Guns N Roses (Post Modern Juke Box Style)
‘I Want it That Way’ – Backstreet Boys (Post Modern Juke Box Style)
‘My Heart Will Go On’ – Celine Dion (Post Modern Juke Box Style)
‘Fancy’ – Iggy Azelea (Post Modern Juke Box Style)

Seasonal Songs & Special Requests:

‘Happy Birthday’ – Sung in Marilyn Monroe style (A Capella)
‘Happy Birthday’ – (Traditional)
‘I Want it Now’ – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory (Children’s Party)
‘Lollipop’ – The Chordettes (Children’s Party)
‘Ooompa Loompa Song’ – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory (Children’s Party)
‘Pure Imagination’ – Charlie & The Chocolate Factory (Children’s Party)
‘Sugar, Sugar’ – The Archies (Children’s Party)
‘The Candyman Can’ – Sammy Davis Jr. (Children’s Party)
‘Boogie Woogie Santa Claus’ – Brian Setzer (Christmas & New Year)
‘Deck the Halls’ –  Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘Frosty the Snowman’ – Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ – Frank Sinatra / Judy Garland (Christmas & New Year)
‘Here Comes Santa Claus’ – Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘I’ll Be Home for Christmas’ – Barbara Streisand (Christmas & New Year)
‘I’ve Got My Love to Kepp Me Warm’ – Ella Fitzgerald (Christmas & New Year)
‘Jingle Bells’ – Brian Setzer (Christmas & New Year)
‘Let it Snow’ – Dean Martin (Christmas & New Year)
‘Merry Christmas Baby’ – Chuck Berry (Christmas & New Year)
‘Rocking Around the Christmas Tree’ – Brenda Lee (Christmas & New Year)
‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town’ – Frank Sinatra (Christmas & New Year)
‘Silent Night’ – Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘The Christmas Song’ – Frank Sinatra (Christmas & New Year)
‘What are You Doing New Years’ – Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘White Christmas’ – Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘Winter Wonderland’ – Traditional (Christmas & New Year)
‘Run Run Rudolf’ – Chuck Berry (Christmas & New Year)
‘Warm this Winter’ – Gabriella Climi (Christmas & New Year)
‘Cool Yule’ – Louis Armstrong (Christmas & New Year)
‘Please Come Home for Christmas’ – Southside Johnny Lyon / James Brown (Christmas & New Year)
‘Dig That Crazy Claus’ – Brian Setzer (Christmas & New Year)
‘New York New York’ – Frank Sinatra (Special Request)
‘Santa Baby’ – Eartha Kitt (Christmas & New Year)
‘Run Rudolph Run’ – Chuck Berry (Christmas & New Year)
‘Hey Jude’ – The Beatles (Special Request)
‘Adam & Evil’ – Elvis Presley (Halloween)
‘Apple Bobbin Boogie’ – The Bobbers (Halloween)
‘Bad Moon Rising’ – John Fogerty (Halloween)
‘Bad Things’ – Jace Everett (Halloween)
‘Black Magic Woman’ – Santana (Halloween)
‘Evil’ – Howlin’ Wolf (Halloween)
‘Highway to Hell’ – AC/DC (Halloween)
‘Hoodoo Voodoo Doll’ – Brian Setzer (Halloween)
‘Jack O’Lantern Jump’ – The Jacks (Halloween)
‘Love Potion No. 9’ – The Searchers (Halloween)
‘Monster Mash’ – Bobby Pickett (Halloween)
‘Time Warp’ – Rocky Horror Picture Show (Halloween)
‘Trouble (I’m Evil)’ – Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Halloween)
‘Werewolves of London’ – Warren Zevon (Halloween)
‘Witch Queen of New Orleans’ – Redbone (Halloween)

“I just wanted to say that Lula Belle was amazing today! Wow! What a voice! Dad enjoyed every minute of her performance and everyone was talking about how fantastic she was and the party wouldn’t have been half as good without her.

It was a pleasure to meet her and she was so professional, friendly and easy going. Thank you for making the booking so easy and for always getting back to me so quickly”

Sarah B., Woodford Centre, Cheshire

“Lula Belle was absolutely amazing. She went beyond my expectations and made the whole evening enjoyable. Beautiful voice with a wide range of different singing styles. All my guests thought her voice was beautiful. Thank you so much Lula x”

Leah S., Berwick Lodge Bristol

“Lula was absolutely perfect. Nothing was too much trouble and the playlist exactly as we wanted. I would certainly book her again. Everybody commented on her professionalism and high quality. Thank you!”

Josie Davies, Poulton Park

“From all of us here at Little Manor thank you for making the evening so special, we have had countless compliments on how wonderful you made the evening. We really can’t tell you how excellent you were! When are you getting your diary ready for this year??!!”

Manager, ‘The Little Manor’, Thelwall

“Good Morning,

Lula performed at my wife’s birthday party on Saturday.

WOW!!!! What a professional – Everybody is still on a high from her performance. Lula made the party that extra special, she even brought the sun with her.

Not much else to say apart from, Amazing – Amazing – Amazing.”

Stephen Matthews, Private Party, Liverpool

“Just to say you were a star! Absolutely fab! We thoroughly enjoyed your singing and company. You really made it a special day for us all.” Thanks once again for helping us make it such a memorable day.

Private Party, ‘The Venue’, Lymm, Cheshire

“You were superb, it added a real touch of class to the evening.”

Stuart Keasley, Bite Back at Cancer Black Tie Ball – Shakespeare’s Globe, London

“A very huge THANK YOU for the pleasure you gave me on Sunday. Had an amazing time listening to you singing! Thank You!”

Epicerie Luco, Exhibitor, Melanie James Catwalk

“Really enjoyed your music yesterday, you have a god given talent – hope to see you again”

Cheshire Cat Cake Co, Exhibitor, Bowdon Rooms Open Day

“You were amazing!! I’ve already told my friend about you who is getting married next year! Loved your voice! xx”

SLM Hair & Make Up, Exibitor, Bowdon Rooms Open Day

“Love all your singing, love jazz crooner & upbeat live when you really go for it! You look & sound fantastic!”

Anne Scales, Kabuki Research Fundraiser, Lymm

“Great singing Friday night. Lovely voice!”

Ben Wiltshire, Bassist

“Your voice is amazing!”

Kirsty Ashton MBE, Fundraiser for When You Wish Upon a Star

“Really beautiful singing last night, everyone at our table really enjoyed your performance!”

Stacey Bates, Private Function, Greater Manchester

“Thank you so much for singing at Sebastien’s party and dressing up along with the rest of us! You’ve an amazing voice and really enjoyed watching you interact with the party guests. Fantastic day!”

Barbara Pendergast, Private Party in Warrington

“Lucy was amazing and couldn’t have been better! I would highly recommend! She has an amazing voice and had the dance floor full all evening with her DJ skills! Thanks again!”

Marie F., Private Party (Frodsham)