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Groove Party Band

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Looking For A Band That Makes An Impact?

Groove Party Band AKA London Groove Unit

Formed by T’Pau keyboard whizz and multi-instrumentalist Carsten Moss, The Groove Party Band features some of the most exciting musicians in London. This collective of players have lent their talents to numerous chart topping artists both live and in the studio. Serving up a cocktail of contemporary and retro-chic The GPB never fails to infuse a party with great vibes and infectious energy to keep the dance floor packed all night.

Their Mission?

To serve up the best mix of classic floor fillers spanning all the way from the 50’s through to the latest chart toppers. Years of experience comes through in their ability to gauge the audience and play the right tunes at the right time providing a tailor made show whether it’s a corporate function, wedding or private party.

The standard 5-piece lineup can be tailored to meet different budgets and venues. The band is self contained with their own PA and lights.


Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley
Johnny B Goode
Summertime Blues – Eddie Cochran
Rock Around the Clock – Bill Haley


I Feel Good – James Brown
Soulman – Sam & Dave
Heatwave – Martha & The Vandellas
Baby Love – The Supremes
You Can’t Hurry Love – The Supremes
The Dock of the Bay – Otis Reading
I Want to Take You Higher – Sly and the Family Stone
I Feel Good – J Brown
Sex Machine – J Brown
Drive My Car – Beatles
Twist And Shout – Beatles
Son of a Preacher Man – Dusty Springfield
Respect – Aretha Franklin


Shake Your Body – The Jacksons
Lady Marmelade – Patti La Belle
Car Wash – Rose Roycea
Blame It On The Boogie – The Jackson 5
Three Little Birds – Bob Marley
One Love – Bob Marley
No Woman No Cry – Bob Marley
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Wanna Be Your Lover – Prince
Signed Sealed Delivered – S Wonder
I Wish – Stevie Wonder
Night To Remember – Shalamar
Good Times – Chic
Freak Out – Chic
Long Train – Doobie Brothers
Heart Of Glass – Blondie
Stuck in the Middle With You – Stealers Weel
Superstition – S Wonder
Move On Up – Curtis Mayfield
Harvest For the World – The Isley Brothers
Mamma Mia
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd


Wanna Be Startin’ Something – Michael Jackson
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Walking On Sunshine – Katrina And The Waves
Celebrate – Kool And The Gang
Kiss – Prince
Power Of Love – Huey Lewis & The News
Dance With Somebody – Whitney Houston
Upside Down – Diana Ross
Purle Rain – Prince
Heart And Soul -T’Pau
Ain’t Nobody – Chaka Khan
Material Girl – Madonna
Came – Word Up!
Never Too Much – Luther Vandross
Let’s Dance – David Bowie
Here Comes the Rain Again – Eurythmics


Cosmic Girl – Jamiroquai
Sing It Back – Moloko
Stupid Girl – Garbage
Unbelievable – EMF
Groove Is in the Heart – DeeLite
Lovefool – Cardigans
Pony – Gnuwine
All That She Wants – Ace of Base
Music Sounds Better With You – Stardust
Poison – Bell Biv Devoe
Finally – Ce Ce Peniston


Crazy In Love – Beyonce
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Mercy – Duffy
I Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Kylie Minogue
American Boy – Estelle
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
Sex On Fire – Kings Of Leon
You’ve Got The Love – Florence And The Machine
Lady – Modjo


Forget You – CeLo Green
I Will Never Let You Down – Rita Ora
Sing – Ed Sheeran
Happy – Pharell
Price Tag – Jessie J
Get Lucky – Daft Punk
Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5
Only Girl In The World – Rihanna
Locked Out Of Heaven – Bruno Mars
Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson

“What an amazing band! Can’t recommend them enough! They got in touch a few weeks before our wedding to discuss song choices and recommendations. They listened to these choices which was reflected in their playlist on the night. Amazing party atmosphere! ”
-Jim Landers

“I just wanted to take the time to say a massive thank you to the band, you are so talented. The amount of people who were talking to me following our wedding and commenting how good you where was truly amazing! We definitely made the right choice.


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