Through The Decades
A show born out of requests from customers for a night’s entertainment that would cover every age group, be enjoyed by a mixed crowd and so be suitable for party nights, including Christmas, nights with families attending, such as holiday park entertainment and for those with mixed tastes, not specifically booking for a themed night, such as corporate events.
The show can easily be adapted to suit any specific requests that you have for the night. The Show can have a Christmas section if booked for a Christmas night. Elite can add a Scottish pop section for a Scottish crowd, or if your corporate clients are visiting from further afield and you want to give them a taste of Scotland.
Or you can ask for more songs from a specific decade to fit your audience. From the 40s to the 00s, and beyond, this is a night where everyone will enjoy some of their favourites.
MAGIC DRIFTERS' TESTIMONIALS
"Everything went well with the act. They arrived in plenty of time to set up and gave a good performance. No complaints."
JOH (Dunbar, December 2017)
"Elite were an absolute pleasure to work with, I couldn't fault them at all. Very popular with the audience.
DP (Clydebank, May 2018)
"Brilliant show by some brilliant people. Highly recommended."
CO (Stirling, April 2018)
"I just wanted to let you know what a success the acts we had for the party were. Both Elite and Roadhouse were a great combination, really professional and gave us a great night of live entertainment. Thank you for bringing this combo together for us."
CG (Lochgoilhead, April 2018)
"Excellent! Arrived at 3pm to set up. Very helpful and professional and great feedback from customers."
SM (Coatbridge, September 2017)
"An excellent evening at the club. The act set up early and showed their professionalism. Interacted well with the audience and the standard they set didn't dip at any point."
AM (Glasgow, August 2017)
"This is good friends of mine. Brilliant for any entertainment."
TK (Stirling, November 2016)
"You guys sound fab."
SM (Glasgow, November 2016)