Custodians of Classic Rock have it covered: they take the time to find out exactly what you expect and how you want your event to unfold – before they start playing. That way you will get exactly what you need to make your event a success.
Their repertoire covers the Top 40s from the 80s all the way back to the 50s with a few modern songs thrown in.
Their choice of songs is appropriate for each moment and can change throughout the evening to suit your guests and how you want them to play. For example, if you need quiet background music while you welcome guests and as they settle in, the band will play a number of instrumentals and ballads from artists such as The Bee Gees, The Eagles, Neil Diamond, Van Halen etc. Then when you want the party to rock, they’ll bring up the tempo with classic rock songs from groups ranging from the Rolling Stones to ACDC and Pink Floyd. It’s up to you, the customer to tell the band how you want it to happen – and they’ll listen. That’s how The Custodians make your event a success.
The trio has been together since 2005 which makes their performance tight. Expect a professional approach to doing business with The Custodians.
- They dress according to the occasion and go out of their way to accommodate any special requests or requirements.
- They’re happy to carry on past the end time if the party’s going off – which it usually does!
- Expect their sound to be great! The band's gear and instruments are modern, top of the range and their performances receive rave reviews.
- They provide their own stage lighting.
- Expect more than just a band standing up there playing at you. The Custodians love interacting with guests and joining in the fun.
- Expect a performance spiced with good natured humour and repartee but above all,
- Expect a top quality performance from start to finish from three very talented guys.
Also offer Elvis Show and Neil Diamond Show
Ideal for: corporate event dance, wedding reception dance, private party dance
Theme From the Deer Hunter
Peaceful Easy Feeling – The Eagles
Tequila – The Eagles
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Stuck in the Middle - Steelers Wheel
Build me up Buttercup – The Foundations
Runaway – Dell Shannon
Beautiful Noise – Neil Diamond
Blue Jeans – Neil Diamond
California Blue – Roy Orbison
Don’t Stop – Fleetwood Mac
Day Dream Beleiver – The Monkees
At the Hop – Danny and the Juniors
Calendar Girl – Neil Sedaka
Something Tells me I’m Into Something Good – The Hollies
Dowadiddy – Manfred Mann
Every Breath You Take – The Police
Islands in the Stream – Bee Gees
She Loves You – The Beatles
I Should Have Known Better – The Beatles
I Saw her Standing There / Just 17 – The Beatles
Do Do Ron Ron – The Crystals
Boot Scoot & Boogie – Brooks and Dunn
Achy Breaky Heart medley – Billy Ray Cyrus
Your Love has lifted me Higher
I’m Gonna Knock on Your Door
Love is in the Air – John Paul Young
Lucky Lips – Cliff Richard
Walk of Life – Dire Straits
Return to Sender – Elvis
The Wonder of You – Elvis
Burning Love – Elvis
Uptown Girl – Billy Joel
Oh What A Night – Franki Valli
Memphis Tennessee – Chuck Berry
Twisting by the Pool – Dire Straits
Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams
Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
Gimme Some Lovin – Queen
Rockin’ Robin – Bobby Day
Rockin All Over the World – John Fogarty
Johnny B Goode – Chuck Berry
Blue Suede Shoes – Elvis
Roka Billy Rebel – Matchbox
Don’t Be Cruel – Elvis
Teddy Bear – Elvis
Summertime Blues – Eddie Cochrane
Rock Around the Clock – Bill Haley
Proud Mary – Tina Turner version
Roll Over Beethoven – The Beatles
Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
Rhythm of My Heart – Rod Stewart
Sweet Caroline – Neil Diamond
Cracklin’ Rosie – Neil Diamond
You’re 16 – Ringo Starr
Get Down Tonight – KC and the Sunshine Band
Mony Mony – Billy Idol
Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
Jumping Jack Flash – Rolling Stones
Unchain My Heart – Joe Cocker
I’m A Beleiver – The Monkees
Midnight Special – CCR
Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones
Long Train Running – The Doobie Brothers
Crocodile Rock – Elton John
Saturday Night’s Alright
Bird Dance Song
Hey Baby – DJ Otzi
Do You Wanna Dance – Cliff Richard
Dance the Night Away - Van Halen
Get it On – T-Rex
Eagle Rock – Daddy Cool
Born to be Wild – Steppenwolf
American Pie – Don McLean
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
Elvis 30 years on
The ever popular music and style of Elvis is presented in this fast paced show featuring rock n roll songs from the early days, blues/gospel, and the more mature and significant songs from the 70’s. It is structured around Elvis’s Las Vegas shows to give the audience an idea of what it was like to attend one of his shows in the early 70’s.
Bernie’s portrayal of Elvis is as close to the real thing as you could wish for. Fans comment on the “Elvis sound” that Bernie can do that gets true Elvis fans so excited. This along with the costuming and choreography makes for a great show that is sure to please.
The Neil Diamond Show
“You sound just like Neil Diamond!”. So say the people who have heard Bernie sing as Neil Diamond. Close your eyes and you can’t tell the difference, they say. Open them and he looks a bit like him too! Go to his show and you may as well be at a real Neil Diamond concert, so accurate is the portrayal. The beautiful songs and lyrics of one of the 20th Century’s greatest singer/songwriters have never been so carefully and accurately presented as in this show. This is one for the Neil Diamond fans who just love the music. No one does it better, The show is 90 minutes long with dance music before and after by The Custodians.
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