There may be a few 1970's bands on the professional circuit, but Disco Nights can rightly claim to be the most original! Their recent shows have included support slots for Robbie Williams and Culture Club!
Disco Nights's Biography
Line up: We are a fully live 6-piece band - Male lead vocal, female lead vocal, drums, keyboards / vocals, guitar / vocals, bass / vocals.
* If required, an extra female singer can be added (essential for a Grease or Abba-lover as we can play a few songs in costume!);
* A sax player (there's nothing like a sax solo to lift the roof....)
* A full brass section of sax / trumpet / trombone for the most exciting disco sound you've ever heard
* Disco Night's singer is also a professional DJ - he can play through the same PA system as the band, so he is great value as an option.
Do you long for the return of Saturday Night Fever? Disco Nights perform all the classic disco party songs the way they were meant to be heard and are guaranteed to produce party fever with their infectious energy-ridden performance.
Songs performed include gems from Sister Sledge Village People, Bee Gees, Abba, Earth Wind & Fire, Gloria Gaynor, Kool & The Gang, Chic, The Nolans (The Nolans? Are they mad?), KC & The Sunshine Band, The Real Thing, Jacksons and lots more.
The show is extremely tongue-in-cheek, and nobody is immune to the beat (which is not too fast.....not too slow.....just perfect for a good old disco boogie).
Disco Nights can rightly claim to be the most original 1970s disco band around - they have earnt a fantastic reputation on the live circuit with their superb tongue-in-cheek show. Be there or be square, daddy-o!
If Disco Night's DJ is not required, professionally mixed compilations can be supplied for background music when the band are not playing. Given enough notice a custom-made compilation can even be produced for each client!
Georgio Armani Christmas party
Arcadia Group (owners of Top Shop & Selfridges)
The Book People
Royal Bank Of Scotland
Young President’s Organisation
London City Airport
The Farmer’s Club
Saatchi & Saatchi
The Young Pharmacists Group
International Waste Management
Toni & Guy
Nationwide Building Society
Oil Barons’ Ball
Association of Graduate Recruiters
Ernst & Young
Myrtle Park Festival at Bradford (supporting Edwin Starr, around 12,000 audience)
Smokey Joe's HMS President
St. David's Theatre
Bucks College (supporting Robbie Williams)
Royal Holloway College (supporting Boy George)
Duke Of Edinburgh Awards (with Prince Edward & Sophie)
- RECENT APPRAISALS -
"We thought you were very professional and great fun too. We can’t thank you enough for making it such a memorable evening, that we didn’t want to end."
"Everything went according to plan on the day and comments from family and friends on what a great time they had have been overwhelming, each with a special compliment to the band. The band added that something special to the day."
"Absolutely fantastic. First class. Have recommended to lots of people. Definitely use you again. Many thanks."
"It was so nice to see so many of our guests up dancing to the music - something that is always on the Bride and Bridgrooms mind I'm sure. It was a perfect end to a perfect day and for that we wanted to thank you."
"The band were brilliant, and everyone I spoke to really enjoyed the entertainment, so many thanks to you for arranging everything."
Disco Nights's Set List / Repertoire
Ain’t No Stopping Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
Blame It On The Boogie – Jacksons
Boogie Nights – Heatwave
Boogie Wonderland – Earth Wind & Fire
Car Wash – Rose Royce
Celebration – Kool & The Gang
Crocodile Rock – Elton John
Dancing Queen – Abba
December ’63 (Oh What A Night) – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
D.I.S.C.O. – Ottowan
Disco Inferno – The Trammps
Does Your Mother Know – Abba
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart – Elton John & Kiki Dee
Gimme Gimme Gimme – Abba
Glass Of Champagne – Sailor
Good Times – Chic
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
How Deep Is Your Love? – Bee Gees
I Love To Love – Tina Charles
I Want You Back – Jacksons
I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
I’m In The Mood For Dancing – Nolans
In The Navy – Village People
Kung Fu Fighting – Carl Douglas
Lady Marmalade – Labelle
Le Freak – Chic
Let’s Stick Together – Brian Ferry & Roxy Music
Long Train Running – Doobie Brothers
Love Really Hurts Without You – Billy Ocean
Love Train – O’Jays
Mamma Mia – Abba
Money Money Money – Abba
No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) – Barbara Streisand & Donna
Night Fever – Bee Gees
Oops Upside Your Head – Gap Band
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Ring My Bell – Anita Ward
Ring Ring – Abba
September – Earth Wind & Fire
Sex Machine – James Brown
Shake Your Body Down To The Ground – Jacksons
S.O.S. – Abba
Staying Alive – Bee Gees
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Thank You For The Music – Abba
That’s The Way (I Like It) – K.C. & The Sunshine Band
The Hustle – Van McCoy
Upside Down – Diana Ross
Voulez–Vous – Abba
Waterloo – Abba
We Are Family – Sister Sledge
YMCA – Village People
You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Leo Sayer
Young Hearts Run Free – Candi Staton
You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees
You To Me Are Everything – Real Thing