Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s

jazz duo
  • Band: Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s
  • Genre: Jazz & Swing
  • Band size: Duo

About Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s:

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Fox & Fitzgerald performs unique, stylish and dynamic shows that weave through jazz, blues, country and soul from the 1930s up to today. We have a vintage flair, and style our shows accordingly. You may find yourself in our Speakeasy, listening to jazz, blues and soul, or stomping your feet and spilling your cocktails to our raucous Country Americana in our prohibition-defying saloon. We like to mix the two, and include original music as well, which has origins in Bluegrass and Rock n Roll. We also mix in more modern songs, but keep them unusual in our close harmony style. Kate and Simon make up The Belle Adventure, and between us, we have over a decade of experience in the music and theatre industries.



Stormy Weather – Etta James
Fever – Peggy Lee
Georgia on my mind – Ray Charles
At Last – Etta James
Sitting on the Dock of the Bay – Otis Redding
Stand By Me – Ben E King
Summertime – Ella Fitzgerald
Turn me On – Norah Jones
You never can tell – Chuck Berry
Midnight train to Georgia – Gladys Knight and The Pips
Wagonwheel – Old Crow Medicine Show
Cupid – Sam Cooke
Everybody’s Talking at me – Harry Nilsson
Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash and June Carter
Take it Easy – The Eagles
Suspicious Minds – Elvis
California Dreaming – Bobby Womack
Ho Hey – The Lumineers
Feeling Good – Nina Simone
Hit the Road Jack – Ray Charles
Let’s stay together – Al Green
Somethings got a hold on me – Etta James
Take me to the river – Al Green
Higher & Higher – Jackie Wilson
Guitar Man – Elvis
Umbrella – Rihanna
Jackson – Johnny Cash and June Carter
Shut up and dance – Walk The Moon
Everywhere – Fleetwood Mac
Dancing in the Dark – Bruce Springsteen
Bad Things – Jace Everett
Single Ladies – Beyonce
Gold Digger/I got a woman – Ray Charles
Perfect – Fairground Attraction
Desperado – The Eagles
Crazy – Patsy Kline
9-5 – Dolly Parton
We Have All The Time In The World – Louis Armstrong
The Lucky One – Allison Krauss
A Man of Ocnstant Sorrow – Union Station
Mama Tried – Merle Haggard
The Gambler – Kenny Rogers
Why Don’t You Do Right – Julie London
Mad About The Boy – Etta James
9-5 / I Need A Dollar /mash up
She – Elvis Costello
Cry Me A River mash up – Julie London/Justin Timblerlake
The Story – Leanne Rimes
Emmylou – First Aid Kit
Dancing On My Own – Callum Scott
Take It To The Limit – The Eagles
He’s A Tramp – Peggy Lee (On the Disney song list as well)
Cheek to Cheek – Ella Fitzgerald
I Put A Spell On You – Nina Simone
I Heard It Through The Grapevine – Marvin Gaye
My Girl – Otis Redding
These Arms of Mine – Otis Redding
Moon River from Breakfast At Tiffany’s
Home – Johnny Swim
Home – Ed Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros
Rumour Has It – Adele
Someone Like You – Adele
Black Velvet – Alannah Miles
I wish I Didn’t Miss You – Angie Stone
A Life That’s Good – Maisie and Lennon
That’s What’s Up – Ed Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros
Way Down In The Hole
Marry you- Bruno Mars
Kissing You – Desree
Where I Sleep – Emeli Sande
Higher Love – James Vincent McMorrow
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson/Civil Wars
Valentino – Diane Birch
Fire and Rain – James Taylor
Vincent – Don Mclean
Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty
Stay With Me – Sam Smith
Tenerife Sea – Ed Sheeran
Exes and Ohs – Elle King
You Don’t Own Me – Grace
Songbird – Eva Cassidy
Hold Back The River – James Bay
Let It Go – James Bay
Budapest – George Ezra
Consequence of Love – Gregory Porter
Proud and Humble – Imelda May
Another Day – Jamie Lidell
Multiply – Jamie Lidell
Stay With You – John Legend
Waiting on the World to Change – John Mayer
Love Yourself – Justin Bieber
Make You Feel My Love – Adele
Nobody To Love – Charlie Wilson
Boom Clap – Lennon and Maisie
Counting Stars – One Republic
Apologise – One Republic
Stay – Rihanna
Little Things – One Direction
What Makes You Beautiful – One Direction
Blank Space – Taylor Swift
We Found Love in a Hopeless Place – Rihanna
Sweet Dreams – Eurythmics
Beggin’ – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons (see The Saturdays live lounge version)
Wrecking Ball – Miley Cyrus
7 Years – Lukas Graham
Happy – Pharrell Williams
Ghosts That We Knew – Mumford and Sons
Rhythm of Love – Plain White Ts
Who’s Lovin You – Michael Jackson
For Once In My Life – Stevie Wonder
Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours – Stevie Wonder
The Power of Love – Huey Lewis and The News
Green, Green Rocky Road – Oscar Isaac
Fare Thee Well – Oscar Isaac
Lay Me Down – Sam Smith
Keep It Loose, Keep It Tight – Amos Lee
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Beloved One – Ben Harper
1+1 – Beyonce
Count On Me – Bruno Mars
Locked Out of Heaven – Bruno Mars
Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams
From This Valley – The Civil Wars
From A Window Seat – Dawes
Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
Ghost – Ella Henderson
Fulsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
May You Never – John Martyn
My Kind of Love – Emeli Sande
Wade in the Water – Eva Cassidy
Dog Days Are Over – Florence and The Machine
I Don’t Wanna Be – Gavin De Graw
Blame It On Me – George Ezra
Burn For You – John Farnham
Need You Now – Lady Antebellum
Paparazzi – Lady Gaga
Video Games – Lana Del Ray
La La La – Naughty Boy feat. Sam Smith
I Will Wait – Mumford and Sons
Lightning Bolt – Jake Bugg
Human Nature – Michael Jackson
Somebody That I Used to Know – Gotye
I’m Getting Ready – Michael Kinawuka
Mama Do – Pixie Lotte
Ego – The Saturdays
Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5
New Shoes – Paolo Nutini
Trouble – Ray Lamontagne
Gravity – Sarah Bareilles
Love Song – Sarah Bareilles
Blackbird – The Beatles/Sarah Mclachlan
Chandelier – Sia
If It Makes You Happy – Sheryl Crow
Do You Love Me – Dirty Dancing
We are Never Ever Getting Back Together – Taylor Swift
Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
Drops Of Jupiter – Train
Let’s Dance – David Bowie
This Woman’s Work – Kate Bush/Ella Henderson
Ain’t Nobody – Foxes/Chaka Kahn
Everywhere – Fleetwood Mac
Ain’t No Man – Avett Brothers

This is our full song list that we potentially could perform. We regularly play a small selection of these tracks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why hire Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s Band?
With may years of performance experience at Weddings, wedding receptions, festivals, launch events, funerals, ceremonies, anniversaries, parties, and many other special occasions. Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s 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 Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s?
Fox & Fitzgerald Vintage 30s 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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