Brass Farthings is a function band serving the South East, London & Kent, that was established over 30 years ago.
Due to their popularity and exceptional musicianship, they are still going strong to this day!
Brass Farthings is a London and Kent based function band that was established over 30 years ago, and is still going strong to this day.
During this time, a number of talented professional musicians have performed in this popular function band. Amongst them, Paul Weimar sax player with The Brand New Heavies and Ann Dudley, one-time member of The Art of Noise, whose score for The Full Monty won her an Oscar.
They are one of the most successful function bands around, performing regularly as a seven-piece all over the UK, especially London, Kent and the South-East.
Brass Farthings line up consists of piano, bass, drums, trumpet, sax, guitar and a female singer.
However, all band members sing and are able to adapt superbly to the various musical requirements of any audience.
If you are looking for a function band with faultless musicianship and a musical pedigree that stretches over three decades, then look no further than the Brass Farthings.
1 x 60 minutes
2 x 60 minutes (with short gap between live sets)
3 x 60 minutes (within a 4 hour period)
Other Options May Be Available. Please Enquire.
Full Sound Production
Basic Stage Lighting
Basic Dance Floor Lighting
Public Liability Insurance
PAT Test Certification
Brass Farthings have a repertoire of over 5000 songs!
They cover all musical styles and tastes, and range from ambient background music to high energy floor fillers and chart toppers.
To save time, we have not listed all 5000 songs here!
“Everyone has commented on the excellent music and I would have no hesitation in recommending you.” Pam Prisley
“What was really good was that you were able to span the age group so successfully that we ‘oldies’ enjoyed it every bit as much as the younger guests, who we know could have gone on dancing all night.” Jeremy Robson
“I cannot tell you how many people have said to us what a great band you were and what a good dance they had. You judged the mood perfectly and played just the right mix of music to keep the dance floor pretty jam packed at all times.” Reis Claydon