- Band: LONDON FOLK AVENUE | MUMFORD STYLE FOLK
- Genre: Acoustic
- Band size: 4 piece
Popular folk/ indie/Irish artist songs from Mumford and Sons, The lumineers, Sheppard, Of Monsters And Men and more!
Ready to dust off your dancing shoes?
Folk Avenue are here to play all your favourite tunes in the original Mumford & Sons style West London sound!
Featuring all of the most unforgettable songs you love to sing and dance along, a true root-driven sound in their acoustic lineup, complete with Banjo, Double bass and soaring harmonies, or a powerful, vibrant kick when playing their electric instruments, Folk Avenue will really take your party and make a memorable festival out of it.
The band also offer the unique option of playing the whole performance as a roaming band, walking and singing between the people, making you feel like if you are sharing the stage with your favourite festival headliners.
With their cool image, attention to the detail, the musician’s skills and their unforgettable live shows, Folk Avenue are perfect for vintage-themed weddings or parties. If you’re looking to bring take your event and make it unforgettable, there can only be one choice – Folk Avenue!
Mumford and Sons Acoustic Style
Little Lion Man – Mumford and Sons
I Will Wait- Mumford and Sons
The Cave – Mumford and Sons
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
Dreaming of You – The Corals
Counting Stars – OneRepublic
Budapest – George Ezra
L.I.F.E.G.O.E.S.O.N. – Noah and The Whale
Ho Hey – The Lumineers
Hold Back the River – James Bay
Pencil Full of Lead – Paolo Nutini
Blame it on Me – George Ezra
Ed Sheeran – Shape of You
Love Yourself – Justin Bieber
Happy – Pharrel Williams
Wake Me Up – Avicii
Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
Stuck In the Middle With You – Steeler’s Wheel
Last Nite – The Strokes
Uptown Funk – Bruno Mars
1. Dirty old town
2. Whiskey in the jar
3. The wild rover
4. Molly malone
5. Spancil hill
6. The Galway girl
7. The star of the County Down
8.the Irish rover
9.fields of athenry
Festival / Indie / Rock
Song 2 – Blur
What You Know – 2 Door Cinema Club
Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis
Wonderwall – Oasis
The Importance Of Being Idle – Oasis
Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand
I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor – Arctic Monkeys
Are You Gonna Be My Girl – Jet
Chocolate – The 1975
I Saw Her Standing There – The Beatles
Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
Help – The Beatles
Mr Brightside – The Killers
Sex On Fire – Kings Of Leon
Parklife – Blur
Molly’s Chambers – Kings of Leon
Reptilia – The Strokes
New Shoes – Paolo Nutini
Disco 2000 – Pulp
Why hire LONDON FOLK AVENUE | MUMFORD STYLE FOLK Band?
With may years of performance experience at Weddings, wedding receptions, festivals, launch events, funerals, ceremonies, anniversaries, parties, and many other special occasions. LONDON FOLK AVENUE | MUMFORD STYLE FOLK are an ideal act if you are looking for an affordable live band. Like all of our artists they are professional, have all the relevant insurances and are always happy to chat to you about song requests and even DJ options after the performance. Many acts can provide background music throughout a dinner or lunch as well as provide the evening up beat entertainment too.
Where can we book LONDON FOLK AVENUE | MUMFORD STYLE FOLK?
LONDON FOLK AVENUE | MUMFORD STYLE FOLK can be booked throughout the UK in most towns and counties within reason. Please contact us via the booking form below for further information.
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