The Bright Sparks are a professional party and wedding band for high energy entertainment.

This band are specialists in providing exactly what is required for your event. The versatility of the band has been proved time and again as they have played at events as varied as corporate shows, company balls, weddings, birthday parties (from ages 18 – 60!), universities, ski resort opening nights, and nightclub parties. It’s not unheard of for the band to play an intimate afternoon acoustic show for a quiet garden party, and then carry on to play a storming rock set to a packed out club room later on that evening. This band really can put on an unforgettable show in any situation.

The overwhelming response is that of delight at the way the dancefloor is filled from start to finish by the energy, enthusiasm and skill of the band. The most consistent remark the band receives is that clients have never seen so many people up and dancing at a live show. When this is combined with the stunning sound of the band, tight vocal harmonies, the professional look and a repertoire that has never failed, its easy to see why The Bright Sparks have caused such a stir at every show they’ve played.

They are young but very experienced having played for countless weddings, parties and corporate events throughout Europe. Band members have also played European tours with top chart acts and appeared on TV in shows such as Later With Jools Holland, Party In The Park Live, Top Of The Pops, GMTV, CD UK, T4, The Saturday Show, Rise, BBC Hall Of Fame and The Richard Blackwood Show. That two ex members of the band now play with chart topping band The Feeling is testament to the quality of the musicians.

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Band members have also played with 10cc, ELO, Brian May & Roger Taylor from Queen, Midge Ure, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Shania Twain, Matt Cardle, Go West and Will Young.

The Bright Sparks play a wide range of music from the early 60’s to current hits, delivering stunning renditions of music from Artists as diverse as The Beatles, Queen, Elvis Presley, The Clash, The Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, Simon and Garfunkel, The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, Cold Play, Robbie Williams, The Darkness etc…. This makes the band perfect for weddings and parties of all kinds where a wide range of music is required to satisfy differing age groups and musical tastes.

The band plays as either a four or five piece band and everything is played live. The Bright Sparks do not use backing or sequencing, believing that a live performance is essential to give the flexibility that makes for a great night’s entertainment.

The Bright Sparks will take the time to discuss the requirements you have for your event to make sure that everything goes perfectly on the night. They dress appropriately for each occasion and are equally at home playing for the most private party in a Country House as playing for a Freshers Ball.

They provide their own high quality sound and lighting systems, and will provide music on CD in the breaks. The band usually perform within a period of three hours however playing times/sets etc. can be negotiable.

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Don’t Stop Me Now (Queen)

All The Small Things (Blink 182)

24K Magic (Bruno Mars)

Common People (Pulp)

Don’t Look Back In Anger (Oasis)

Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars)

Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran)

I Believe In A Thing Called Love (The Darkness)

You’ve Got The Love (Florence And The Machine)

Shape Of You (Ed Sheeran)

Johnny B Goode (Marty McFly)

You Really Got Me (The Kinks)

Locked Out Of Heaven (Bruno Mars)

You’re My Best Friend (Queen)

The One And Only (Chesney Hawkes)

The Power Of Love (Huey Lewis & The News)

Wake Me Up (Avicii)

Fight For Your Right (Beastie Boys)

Don’t Get Me Wrong (Pretenders)

She’s Electric (Oasis)

Let’s Dance (David Bowie)

Kiss (Prince)

Living On A Prayer (Bon Jovi)

Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd)

Chelsea Dagger (The Fratellis)

Crazy In Love (Beyonce)

Teenage Dirtbag (Wheatus)

Parklife (Blur)

I’m Still Standing (Elton John)

Sweet Child Of Mine (Guns N Roses)

King Of The Swingers (Jungle Book)

Hey Ya (Outkast)

Last Night (Strokes)

Don’t Stop Believing (Journey)

Friday I’m In Love (The Cure)

Ghostbusters (Ray Parker Jr)

Should I Stay Or Should I Go (Clash)

Live Forever (Oasis)

Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen)

Rebel Rebel (David Bowie)

Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones)

Mr Brightside (The Killers)

Teenage Kicks (Undertones)

Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon)

Purple Rain (Prince)

Poker Face (Lady Ga Ga)

Summer of ’69 (Bryan Adams)

Suspicious Minds (Elvis Presley)

Song 2 (Blur)

Saw Her Standing There (Beatles)

My Sharona (The Knack)

Black or White (Michael Jackson)

Video Killed The Radio Star (The Buggles)

When You Were Young (The Killers)

Basket Case (Green Day)

Don’t You Want Me (Human League)

Moves Like Jagger (Maroon 5)

Electric Dreams (Human League)

Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen)

Little Lion Man (Mumford And Sons)

Up The Junction (Squeeze)

Don’t Stop (Fleetwood Mac)

Build Me Up Buttercup (The Foundations)

Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles)

Rocks (Primal Scream)

Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)

Sit Down (James)

You Can Call Me Al (Paul Simon)

Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now (Starship)

Jump (Van Halen)

Beat It (Michael Jackson)

Town Called Mailce (The Jam)

I Bet That You Look Good (Arctic Monkeys)

Starman (David Bowie)

Sex On Fire (Kings Of Leon)

Toxic (Britney Spears)

Hard Days Night (Beatles)

Hard To Handle (Black Crowes)

Under Pressure (Queen & David Bowie)

Buddy Holly (Weezer)

Pour Some Sugar On Me (Def Leppard)

You Give Love A Bad Name (Bon Jovi)

Stuck In The Middle (Stealers Wheel)

Sultans Of Swing (Dire Straits)

Hotel Yorba (White Stripes)

Footloose (Kenny Loggins)

Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac)

There She Goes (The Las)

Time Is Running Out (Muse)

Are You Gonna Be My Girl (Jet)

Back In The USSR (Beatles)

I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) (Proclaimers)

I’m A Believer (Monkees)

Billie Jean (Michael Jackson)

I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll (Joan Jet

Money For Nothing (Dire Straits)

Counting Stars (One Republic)

Don’t Look Back Into The Sun (Libertines)

Brown Sugar (The Rolling Stones)

Romeo And Juliet (Dire Straits)

Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen)

More Than A Feeling (Boston)

Walk This Way (Aerosmith & Run DMC)

Not 19 Forever (Courteeners)

7 Nation Army (White Stripes)