Welcome to the hottest eighties band in the UK!

Welcome to the hottest eighties band in the UK!

Hot Topic is the definitive eighties party band featuring some of the most talented and experienced musicians in the country, guaranteeing you'll have the time of your life at your party!

Featuring Level 42's Nathan King on bass and John Roberts from The Blockheads on drums, the line up is completed with the talents of Harun Kotch (guitar and vocals), Jane Coghill-Davison (vocals) and Amanda Martin (keyboards).

This fantastic lineup is completed with the incredible DB Horns, a professional  three piece brass section.

The result is an exceptionally experienced and talented group of musicians who regularly play to thousands of people at venues such as The Albert Hall, the O2 and Abbey Road for clients such as Microsoft, Sky TV and Pepsi to name just a few.

What do you get? A passion for playing the best party songs ever; Take On Me, (I've Had) The Time Of My Life, Never Gonna Give You Up, Gold, Kiss, Club Tropicana, Don't Stop Believin' to name just a few!

The band is available in a variety of lineups, from the standard five piece band, a six piece band featuring saxophone or an amazing eight piece band with full brass section, and can play between one and two hours of music, split into sets as required.

The band comes fully contained with its own professional PA system and basic lighting rig which can be upgraded on request. PLI and PAT certification comes as standard as you would expect.

Check out the band's amazing demos and catch the latest gossip on Twitter and Facebook.

Hot Topic is ideal party entertainment for weddings and other private parties, corporate events and festivals.

So contact Hot Topic now for the time of your life and your no obligation quote.



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