Speed Fish weaves a fresh and infective musical tapestry of timeless favourites, perfect for gallery openings, wedding receptions or large and small corporate events. The band infuses contemporary hits, left-of-centre favourites and soul-inflected classics with groove and flair.
With Leslie Cannold as front gal, Ray Boseley‘s chops and inspired feel, Mark O’Hehir’s phat bass lines and the harmonic symphony of sounds coming from Joanna Flemming’s keyboard work and mandolin, Speedy Fish creates an atmosphere of sophisticated festivity that will complement your event or get that party going.
Repertoire (ever-evolving but currently includes)
Alison – Elvis Costello,
Bizarre Love Triangle – Frente,
Cry Me A River – Julie London,
Gone – Melody Gardot,
Mad World – Tears for Fears, People Get Ready – Curtis Mayfield,
The Blue Hour – Vika and Linda Bull, This Year’s Love – Dave Gray, You’re the One – Carly Simon, Milk – Garbage, You Know I’m No Good – Amy Winehouse, Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen,
Enjoy the Ride – Morcheeba, Losing My Religion – R.E.M., Lovefool – The Cardigans, Black Horse & the Cherry Tree – KT. Tunstall, (What if God was) One Of Us? – Joan Osborne, Spooky – Dusty Springfield, Sweet About Me – Gabrielle Cilmi, Throw Your Arms Around Me – Hunters & Collectors, Total Control – The Motels, So Long – Fischer-Z, Echo Beach – Martha and the Muffins, Deeper Water – Deadstar, Valerie – Amy Winehouse, Because The Night – Patti Smith, I Want You Back – Anne McCue, Work It Out – Brassy, God Put a Smile Upon Your Face – Coldplay, Different Drum – Linda Ronstadt & Stone Poneys, White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
For bookings contact Leslie
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