Club & Function Band
Classic 3 piece all-purpose cabaret/dance band with an excellent female lead vocalist and a long reputation of great entertainment to their credit.
So Driven are a covers band guaranteed to make any occasion rock!
With a good mix of genres, and songs from the 50's to the here and now, there is something for everyone.
So Driven can adapt our sound so that it is perfect for any venue, large or small.
Got a special request? They will do their very best to accommodate you.
To book So Driven, contact Emkay Entertainments Agency via firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, speak to a booking agent directly on 01506 855 555.
"Really knew how to give the customers a good time, feedback was fantastic and will definitely be booking next year."
CH (Rosneath, April 2019)
"Saturday night was absolutely brilliant. So Driven arrived in plenty of time to set up and soon had everyone singing and dancing. Great atmosphere. We will have them back in the future."
AH (Edinburgh, February 2019)
"The dance went very well & So Driven performed excellent.."
RH (Clackmannan, December 2018)
"We have been working with So Driven for a number of years now and they have become friends of our club now. Over the years, So Driven have stepped in at the last minute on a number of occasions and have been accommodating when we have had last minute changes for our Saturday line up. Lesley has a great stage presence and loves to get the audience involved with her witty banter. In terms of performance, So Driven deliver a great set which is always guaranteed to get everyone up on their feet (Even on a quiet night)."
DS (Wallyford, September 2018)
"So Driven were ideal for our function, they arrived on time, introduced themselves and went about setting up their kit, changed in to their stage clothes (no jeans) and conducted themselves very professionally. They played a good variety of music which suited all ages within the function. Would we have them back?.....yes of course we would. Thanks again for your assistance."
BF (Larkhall, March 2018)