Default lineup: 4 members
• Four male singers (PA /amplification optional)
• Mixed sex quartet (2x male and 2x female)
• Quintet (5 singers)
• Duo (with backing tracks)
• Flash mob (10-20 people including dancers and percussionists if required!)
2018 SPECIAL OFFER
Book the T-Tones for 2018 and 2019 at their 2014 prices!
The T-Tones are a fun and energetic Doo-Wop group specialising in classic '50's Doo-Wop and fun, confident arrangements of contemporary songs and 1990's classics delivered with harmony and style.
They are suitable for staged and featured performances, unexpected surprise performances (wedding crashers in the style of Love Actually) or mix and mingle roaming sets for wedidngs or corporate events. They are in rude health with an original style that has seen them described as "the missing song from a Martin Scorcese movie soundtrack".
The group cover such classic songs as EARTH ANGEL, BLUE MOON and WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE among others but also make bespoke and quirky arrangements of modern and contemporary songs such as UPTOWN FUNK, CAN'T STOP THE FEELING and SYMPHONY as well as '90's classics HIT ME BABY ONE MORE TIME, NO DIGGITY and ICE ICE BABY among others.
The T-Tones can arrange any song for any event or theme; special requests, first dances, jingles, stings and ice-breakers for experiential marketing, corporate events and trade shows and music/song composition for marketing campaigns and projects. Their consummate and innovative approach has brought them to the attention of many big name corporate clients, including Olly Murs, Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Queen and BBC Radio 2 who invited them to make a live appearance for an exclusive 30 minute appearance where they spoke and sang about Doo-Wop with Jeremy Vine.
They will travel “absolutely anywhere” and have performed in every single county, most cities and all corners of the UK at over 500 weddings and 1,000 corporate events.
Previous Clients Include:
BBC Cymru Wales
Big Lottery Fund
De Vere Hotels
Ernst & Young LLP
Fortnum & Mason
Harrods Department Store
House of Fraser John Lewis
Liberty of London
Lloyd’s Banking Group
Potters Lesiure Resort
Procter & Gamble
Selfridges & Co