With a name like Gentlemen of The Road, you would expect this this band are nothing less than worthy travellers of the road; caught within the lust for adventure and packed with the musical stories to tell the tales. Yes, these young chaps provide an upbeat twist upon the party which seldom other bands can quite perform. Splitting the performance down the middle into two 60 minute sections, the first half comprises of a stripped back, Mumford and Sons styled set - get your banjos, beards and waistcoats at the ready as party gets warmed up.
The quartet then provide another hour long set that spans the likes of George Ezra, Arctic Monkeys and The Beatles; the type that can rock any affair and provide another dimension to the Gentlemen of the Road setlist. It’s a unique experience with these boys and certainly not a group to pass up on, their experience of playing everything from weddings, to function events and birthday parties means they are one of the best in business.
Gentlemen Of The Road
With Gentlemen Of The Road, the first hour is a fun acoustic set which warms people up nicely. If you’re thinking the acoustic set is stripped back and dull then think again, these guys will bring full on festival feels! Gentlemen Of The Road will then come back on for the second hour and play all of the rock and pop classics you and your guests will want to hear! It’s so much fun to have a variety of styles and crowds love it. Because Gentlemen Of The Road aim to be a versatile band they'll also do a more standard format of 2 x 60 minute electric sets to keep the crowd entertained.
With a set list that includes songs laid back sounds and dance floor fillers, from artists such as George Ezra, Mumford & Sons, Avicii, The Killers, Kings Of Leon, The Beatles, Arctic Monkeys and many more, you’re guaranteed a great night of live music.
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Totally amazing band - very helpful and came back to me quickly on every occasion and worked perfectly for our party! Thank you so much - we will definitely want to use you again. Thanks, Liz