Oliver James is a Pop Rock singer with an 80's tone of voice. He got into singing at the age of 7 when he idolised Mariah Carey and often sang her songs. His father Nigel was a great inspiration and would play Beatles songs on the piano. He took his son Oliver to the recording studio aged 9 where he recorded his first song 'My Cherie Amour' by Stevie Wonder on tape at Sparks Studio's. In 2010 Oliver entered his first singing competition at The Sharman's Cross (Sharman's Got Talent) run by The Waterfords Agency (Redditch) that he ended up winning and got an opportunity to record x3 songs.
A year on from then 2011 Oliver moved to London to sign for a record label 'Downtown Artist's' where he got the opportunity to write and create 2 original tracks: Directions & Last Chance and went to a few VIP evenings around Soho. In 2013 Oliver returned home to Birmingham to pursue a career on the pub/club circuit as a covers singer; he found it a bit overwhelming at first and was a bit overcome with nerves, but in 2016 found his feet when he started doing Showcases at 3 venues around Solihull/Shirley and went on to win a second singing competition at The Lyndon in Olton (The L-Factor).
Since then Oliver has had 4-5 gigs around Solihull/Shirley including Mell Square German Markets and Chelmsley Wood Conservative Club for New Years Eve.
Godfrey won The Stevie Wonder Award in 1989 for Best Male Gospel Choir Soloist. This afforded him the privilege to both meet and share the stage with the Maestro himself during his appearance at the NEC.
Godfrey does a Tribute Act to Stevie Wonder, many have often commented on his resemblance and vocal tones to the living legend.
Stevie Wonder tributes are few and far between because reproducing the look and sound of the great man is such a tall order. However, this incredible artiste is the real deal, an authentic lookalike and sound-alike with enough talent and stage presence to do justice to the original uncompromising legend.
Performing all of his most popular hits you will be awestruck by the uncanny impersonation to the living legend, Stevie Wonder
I am Dayton. I am a professional singer based in the West Midlands.
I provide quality vocal entertainment at Weddings, private parties, corporate functions along with other venues. I cover all genres of music but especially love to perform Soul & Motown, acoustic and R 'n' B.
Steve is currently performing at five or six care homes and looking to add more. As a former care worker, Steve has great social and people skills and sings songs from the fifties and sixties.
Steve is a Stourbridge based party vocalist with the emphasis on fun and audience involvement & participation. He has a very warm, personable approach utilising his down to earth Black Country mannerisms and accent together with his energy and sense of enjoyment.....with Steve you can always tell instantly that he is enjoying himself as much as the audience.
Steve is available for bookings at your events - nothing to big or small. If your venue is seeking a lively entertainer to get the party started, Steve is the ideal singer/entertainer.
Steve Covers the best party songs and sing-alongs; his three sets consists of Rock and Roll, Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Sixties, Monkees, Beatles, The Kinks, Seventies, Mud, Abba, Tony Christie, Eightes, The Jam, Bad Manners and The Housemartins, Party Faves (such as Amarillo, YMCA, Penny Arcade, Dance Night Away and many many more).
Steve is a hard working entertainer - a true showman who involves the audience by getting people on stage singing and dancing. Makes every gig a Party! Book with Confidence now
Power house vocalist Stacey K is naturally gifted with a raw talent, she has a powerful voice and prides herself on her versatility, allowing her sing pretty much anything with ease.
She has been singing since the age of 9 and won many local competitions over the years giving her studio time and appearances on ITV central news, local radio and newspapers.
Stacey K offers two shows for booking. The first being a general covers show comprising of 2 hours of 50's to present day music, from Motown to reggae, to rock and even opera.
Her flawless vocals leave audiences calling for more.
The second show on offer is her brand new tribute to Britain's queen of music 'Adele'. Performing on the circuit for the past two years means she has built a repertoire to suit all ages, venues and occasions.
Black Country Boys
Tony is fast establishing himself as one the best vocalists to come out of the West Midlands for many years. His unique vocal range is second to none. Tony delivers tributes to Bon Jovi,
Robbie Williams, Frank Sinatra, Gene Pitney, Pavarotti to name but a few.
Tony has been singing for 10 years, and in this time he entered numerous competitions and represented the West Midlands against the rest of Britain in a rock idol competition.
In a short time he has also worked with celebrities, including Stan Boardman, John Lowe, Shel Macrae and many more.
A few Years back he created a tribute to Freddie Mercury which has left Audiences everywhere gasping for breath. The unique vocal likeness to the late great Freddie along with his stage presence is explosive. It's no surprise he's one of the UK's Best. Seeing is believing.
And now along with good friend Paul has brought these tributes and many more to
The Black Country Boys.
From an early age of four, Paul was always singing with his dad, from the age of eight he entered talent competitions at Butlins and other holiday parks, wining free holidays and prizes.
In 1980 Paul qualified as a football referee lasting fifteen good years, reaching the standard of Southern League. It was not long before he got back on stage being involved with The Warley Strolling Players, a comedy sketch involving referees, which they performed at referees associations all over the Midlands.
Paul also took on the job of entertainment secretary at his local conservative club, which he held for eight years, booking acts and performing himself. He then got involved with football hero the late Jeff Astle performing with Jeff all over the country in the Jeff Astle road show.
Paul's other hobbies include Golf along with his good friend Shel Macrae (Ex lead singer with the Fortunes) they have played in celebrity golf days all over the country and Spain with actors, footballers, comedians such as Sir Norman Wisdom, Sir Geoff Hurst, Kevin Whatley and Stan Boardman the list goes on.
Paul has now teamed up with good friend Tony to produce a Complete Tribute And Comedy Package.
Marina Gina Coombes
Amy Winehouse Tribute plus SKA "N " Disco set. Full PA with Disco lighting, Roller Banners, Music provided before and after gig performances. Based in Birmingham.