- Band: Mitchell and Lloyd
- Genre: Soloists & Duos
Two incredible signature voices singing pop classics, fusing rich vocal harmonies with guitar wizardry and percussive grooves to get the party well and truly started
Why hire Mitchell and Lloyd Band?
With may years of performance experience at Weddings, wedding receptions, festivals, launch events, funerals, ceremonies, anniversaries, parties, and many other special occasions. Mitchell and Lloyd 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 Mitchell and Lloyd?
Mitchell and Lloyd 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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