Friday, 24 January 2014

Superfuzz start another year Hoorah !

Superfuzz kick off this new year this weekend with 2 bookings , one at the Quorn Grange Hotel in Leicester the other at Manchester Hilton Hotel for the Great British Greyhound Association . Can't wait to get started

Martin is fresh back from Antigua and Paul is back from Egypt .Ive been working all Christmas and January , its just not cricket . Anyway I'm looking forward to seeing their cherubic faces and playing the drums again . This year is going well already with 20 bookings in place and many of the big Saturdays being enquired about . If you think you might like to book us , please get in touch to avoid disappointment .
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Thursday, 2 January 2014

Highs and not so highs of 2013

The year has ended with the Superfuzz doing over 50 bookings and we would like to thank everyone who booked us and good luck to all our Brides and Grooms .


1. Top gig of the year was Doncaster Racecourse where we performed to over 1000 punters who bopped and sang along. Big stage , lights , the works , fabulous.
Top Doncaster wedding band - Superfuzz

2. Wedding at Skelmersdale Hall in Lincolnshire where only 26 guests were in attendance but they rocked all night long and we all had a fabulous time.Just goes to show its not the quantity of people its the quality !
Lincoln wedding bands

3. Great wedding in Newcastle which was followed by a trip to the city centre to check out the local night-life. The ladies are just something else !

4. Garden Party in Hertfordshire for the 50th of an infamous nut-case called Stuart. Fabulous fun in the summer heat with the locals joining in with wanton abandonment.

5. George s new pogo ing routine during the Artic Monkeys, Bet you look Good on the dancefloor , how he play and leaps around like a demented salmon is beyond me

6. The groom and best man humping each other at our booking at Rufford Mill , very funny but slightly disturbing !
Nottingham finest wedding band Superfuzz

7.My great drumming and stunning backing vocals !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

not so highs

1. Management at Dodmoor House in Northamptonshire, who spent the entire night waving sound monitors at us . They had had complaints previously with bands being too loud and had become absolutely paranoid. Strangely this venue has a railway track running through its back yard with Freight Trains passing through.
Northampton wedding bands _ superfuzz
2 Staff at Brockencote Hall at Chadderton Corbett. A certain French manager not allowing the band to play after 12 am and threatening me with the police if we were not off the premises by 1 am . Apparently they were only paid until 12.30 and were our party poopers of the year! Make sure when checking out venues , the staff are easy going and not running the event with military precision.They also failed to mention to the Bride and Groom that there were noise issues and the band were required to sign an agreement to play at reduced volumes .

3.Our accommodation for our army booking at Chepstowe barracks which consisted of a portacabin under the m4 motorway which had no heating or furnishing ,3 steel beds and 3 quilts . Good job the local Premier Inn was free.  

4. Scratching the van in Leeds after our booking at the Hilton arggh. I was so tired my normal fabulous driving skills were in question.
Leeds wedding bands

5.Spalding conservative club , all I can say is shush !

Bizarre booking of the year - has to go to New Years Eve in Bradford where we performed outside on a Patio under a gazebo for 20 teenagers  , Brrrr . Good folk though and great hosts .