The Professionals comedy tribute show band covers Beatles, Blues Brothers, Bon Jovi, Elton John, Elvis, Freddie Mercury and George Michael, Rod Stewart, Robbie Williams, Proclaimers and Tom Jones.
A tribute band with a difference. This amazing tribute show has travelled throughout the UK and Europe. The show is still available for bookings far and wide. Lots of fun with this spoof tribute show.
Fans of tribute acts and tribute bands welcome the opportunity to book this theme show for their parties we are sure you’ll love this band.
Comedy Tribute Band
If you’ve seen The Professionals band we’d love to hear from you. For bookings, various options are available to suit the occasion and the venue. Ideal as a theatre show. If you are a fan of everything ‘tribute’ this is the act for you.
A tribute act, tribute band or tribute group is a music group, singer, or musician who specifically plays the music of a well-known music act.
Tribute acts include individual performers who mimic the songs and style of an artist, such as Elvis impersonators covering the works of Elvis Presley or groups like The Iron Maidens, an all-female band that pays tribute to Iron Maiden.
Many tribute bands, in addition to playing the music of an artist or group, also try to emulate the vocal styles and overall appearance of that group, to make as close an approximation as possible.
Others introduce a twist on the original act; for example, Only One Direction have created a theatre show in London’s West End around their act. (Wikipedia)
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