Retro Stage

Retro Stage

Cindy Hoten


Cindy has performed in San Francisco on the same stage as Janis Joplin, and in the same studio as Janet Jackson, working with bands on original material, to spending a year in Australia singing at the Sydney Vocal Centre, where she quotes “ That this is the place where it really started to take off” In recent years Cindy has been dabbling with a mix of styles, including jazz/Swing/Vintage/Rockability with a few surprises thrown in. As you can imagine Cindy’s vocal range and ability and style is vast to say the least.


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 ABBA Sensation 

Relive the authentic ABBA experience with Sensation ABBA Tribute Band. Sensation will take you back to the golden days of ABBA. These guys have it all – the harmonies, the costumes, the choreography and a sprinkling of light hearted humour. This has allowed them to become one of the most sought after ABBA Tribute Bands in the world! The band even speak Swedish on stage!

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The Fortunes

Originally named The Clifftones, The Fortunes were formed by pop impresario Reg Calvert at his Pop School based at Clifton Hall, in Rugby. They began as a vocal/harmony trio with founding members Rod Allen, Glen Dale, and Barry Pritchard. In 1963, they switched to electric guitars and were joined by drummer Andy Brown along with keyboard player David Carr. Calvert groomed the Fortunes as a close-harmony unit with a smoother sound than their Merseybeat rivals. They signed with Decca in '63 and their first single was a cover of The Jamies 1958 U.S. hit "Summertime, Summertime"

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I perform music from the 50s through to the present day charts using top quality equipment and state of the art computer generated music files.

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Judy & The Hot Rods

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Judy and the Hotrods are a 6 piece rockabilly band from West Cumbria. They span 3 generations of the Proud family, with Jude (vocals), Dave junior (guitar),Daniel (keyboard),Joanne (bass), Dave senior (comet) and friend Matt Kirk (cajon). Grab your dancing shoes and boogie on down.



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