Utah Saints have been making music, DJ’ing and playing gigs around the globe since the birth of House Music. The world renowned duo have released 9 Top 40 UK hits, 4 of which hit the Top 10 and sold over 2 million records worldwide (equivalent to 800m+ streams).
Precariously walking the tightrope between genres and the underground and mainstream, Utah Saints roots are firmly in electronic dance music.  Having met in a club in Leeds at the beginning of the rave movement in the UK they’ve subsequently established themselves as pioneers of sampling in dance music.

longside this success, they set up and promoted award winning and legendary club nights The Gallery and SugarBeatClub both live in Leeds, with residencies at Cabret Voltaire in Edinburgh 

They have recorded and presented shows for BBC Radio 1, Kiss and the Ministry of Sound. 

Utah Saints are still very much at the top of their game, DJ’ing regularly each month as well as curating festival stages such as Beatherder – putting on an eclectic range of artists and DJ’s and talent spotting early.

​They have played alongside diverse artists from DJ Zinc to Justice, Zane Lowe to A-Trak, Friendly Fires to Boys Noize and U2 to Public Enemy. They have DJ’d and played at over 3000 events from underground clubs to festival mainstages, including supporting U2 on the Zooropa Tour playing to 60,000 in Portugal.

​Their collaborations have been as eclectic as the music they create.  From sampling to the production and writing of tracks with artists, including Michael Stipe from REM, Kate Bush, Annie Lennox, Edwin Starr, Chuck D (Public Enemy), Terrorvision, Arthur Baker, Annabella Lewin (Bow Wow Wow), Drumsound and Bassline Smith to name a few…  

Recent accolades (2022) include being listed in Rolling Stone as one of the 200 Greatest Dance Songs of All Time with ‘Something Good’ listed at 138.  The remix, Something Good 08, was the most played track on Radio One and was the 10th most streamed track of year, it has recently been awarded Gold status in the UK.

Rule the World

Gary Barlow praised Rule the World when they were on The Graham Norton show saying “They’re very good these guys!” and had previously tweeted them saying he thought they were “Brilliant”.

‘Rule The World’ have also been featured on ITV1′s ‘Daybreak’ and have had rave reviews from many people including TV personality Ricky Tomlinson, Denise Van Outen, Jason Orange’s mother and are the ONLY Take That tribute show to have ever been praised by Take That’s lead singer!

The band have performed at many prestigious events around the world. They’ve performed at a private party for ‘Coldplay’ and their management team featuring many celeb guests. They have also performed with the cast of ITV1’s ‘Emmerdale’ and have been very fortunate to travel the world playing large outdoor festivals in Barcelona, Germany, Austria, Ireland and more. They have performed as a headline act on the Royal Carribbean cruise ships and have a big contract with Butlins Holiday Parks where they regularly perform alongside S Club, East 17, Damage, Garath Gates and Bobby Davro. They have performed a 5 year theatre tour with their live band and backing dancers in many amazing UK theatres including Manchester Palace, Edinburgh Playhouse, Leeds Grand, York Opera House to name just a few.

The Kopycat Killers

The Kopycat Killers singer Stuart sounds so much like the real thing that huge producers (over 2 billion Youtube and Spotify streams) have sought him out especially to sing Killers remixes – and then their millions of fans around the world haven’t been able to tell the difference. 

The Kopycat Killers first formed when he was told for the 200th time at one of his own gigs (in his originals rock band Lux Lisbon) that he ‘sounds just like that bloke out of The Killers’ and, being a huge fan, thought, “well why not!” – and set about assembling his band from his contacts in both the London and Newcastle rock scene, all of the highest calibre and to a man incredible and hugely experienced rock musicians with University Degrees in their respective instruments. 

The Kopycat Killers’ attention to detail is intense, with their sets featuring authentic tones and sequenced studio sounds to emulate ‘The Killers’ own, the stage wear, the instruments, extra musicians, set choice and decoration* (including the Killers own famous ‘K’ keyboard stand), it’s all present and correct. 

Above all though, the musicianship, energy and the atmosphere created is top tier – and as huge fans, they take recreating The Killers wonderful songs and amazing shows very seriously indeed.


‘Resurrection’ formed in 1998 & are based in Glasgow, Scotland. They have toured with many celebrities including Mani (The Stone Roses/ex Primal Scream) with whom they performed live onstage with, at the world famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, when Mani jumped up on stage to a rapturous applause & performed ‘She Bangs The Drums’ with the lads. The venue erupted & DF Concerts ‘staff’ were quoted as saying “It was the best night we have seen in here for a long time”. 

The band have toured with Inspiral Carpets members Clint Boon & Tom Hingley & also with Phil Smith (Oasis/Noel Gallagher tour DJ) & have many celebrity fans from bands such as The Stone Roses/Primal Scream/The High/Inspiral Carpets/The Smiths/The Seahorses/Shed 7/808 State/Death In Vegas/ New Order/Freebass & Snow Patrol among others. They performed 2 songs live on BBC Ireland’s ‘The 11th Hour’ music show & STV News showed their live performance from Stockton On Tees with a 10 minute exclusive on the band hosted by music journalist & radio presenter Billy Sloan. They recently did a spot on Sky News to coincide with the release of new Stone Roses material. They have been mentioned in the book about Ian Brown – Already In Me, the updated version of John Robb’s book, simply titled ‘The Stone Roses’ & The Stone Roses book titled ‘War & Peace.’ The publications the band have featured in – include The NME, Melody Maker, Q Magazine (Alex James column – Blur), The Sunday Mail, The Daily Record, The Sun, The Irish Times, The Yorkshire Evening Press, The Evening News, The Big Issue North, Konnect Magazine & so on. Resurrection have played many sold out shows all over the UK & Ireland to hundreds of thousands of Stone Roses fans, including 6500 at The Point Theatre in Dublin.

Stipe: REM Tribute

No-one gets closer to the inimitable style of Michael Stipe than Rick Southern. In 2008 the band performed for Michael Stipe himself, live on the BBC1’s The One Show. Afterwards, Michael said that he thought the band sounded “awesome!” 

Backed by a band that play with passion and precision, this is a show not to be missed by anyone who likes R.E.M.

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Four highly experienced musicians coming together over their mutual love for the music of Queen.No wigs, no stick on tache, no backing tracks… just the sound, energy and spectacle of Queen in their prime played with passion, accuracy and sung all in the original key 

Paul Jeans – Lead Vocals, Piano & Acoustic Guitar
Andrew Alden – Lead Guitar
Rich James – Bass Guitar & Backing Vocals
Barry Henderson – Drums & Backing Vocals Queen rocks and so do we!


A band of lads from Newcastle that play Sam Fender songs.

Scam Fender play all of Sam’s greatest songs, the big hits and his early EP material. Expect ‘Seventeen Going Under’, ‘Hypersonic Missiles’, ‘Will We Talk?’, ‘The Dying Light’, ‘Howden Aldi Death Queue’ and more.

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Desperados – Eagles Tribute

New Kid’s In Town

Desperados, are an ensemble of talented and creative musicians, who pride themselves on their technical abilities and attention to detail to deliver a rip roaring set from the outstanding back catalogue of one of the greatest bands in history!!

Sit back & Take it Easy with Desperados and celebrate the music of six time Grammy Award Winners, The Eagles!


Authentic electronic 80’s band.

Duran Duran, Nik Kershaw, Billy Idol, Spandau Ballet, Gary Numan, A-ha, Aztec Camera, David Bowie, Inxs, Dead Or Alive, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, OMD, Depeche Mode, Ultravox, Tears For Fears +

The Breakfast Club play authentic ’80s electronic music, based in the North East Of England

Band Members

Lee Jon Stokoe (Vocals / Keyboards)
Craig Elliott (Guitar)
Graeme Wall (Drums)
Elliot Sneddon (Keyboards / Vocals)
Mark Little (Bass



Fatboy Slima is the UKs number 1 Fatboy Slim tribute and is even endorsed by Norman Cook himself. A full-on Fatboy Slim style DJ with the looks, the sounds, the projections, dancers and the lights that recreates the amazing events Norman Cook hosts.


UK’s leading Foo fighters tribute celebrating 10years of rockin out all over the U.K.


  • Dave Lunn-Vocals
  • Dean Robertson-Lead Guitar
  • Ian Fairbairn-Guitar
  • Chris Walker-Bass
  • Tim Fairbridge-Drums



Rockabilly madness, fueled by the trusty Border Reiver pie and three jars of the mighty reverend snake oil itself.
David O’Hara – Stix n Skinz
Simon Cadelik – Tall Thing with Gutz
Michael Blakey – Stringz n Things
Wobbly Fingers – Vocals & anyt