The Rascals Party Band's drummer knows how to lay down a party groove to keep all your guests boogieing the whole night through. Suffering from pre first dance nerves? Have a chat with Cumbria's Party Pounder and he will put you at ease and calm your nerves. He might even tell you his famous Tiger and Giraffe joke- a must for every Rascals Party!
The Bass half of our Drum & Bass section is Craig. Like the song says- it's all about the bass and Craig bounces the bass all over the dance floor. Singing being another gift, Craig rocks the mic whether singing lead or backing and being the band's man candy is always the bridesmaid's favourite.
Guitar Dave adds rhythm guitar to the rhythm section, then being the the rockstar of the band, can make the guitar sing like a bird with blistering solos of lightning speed. The Rascals’ six-string-slinger is a crowd favourite with his electrifying solos and rocking rhythms. His dazzling virtuosity spans all styles, time and space
Singing lead, backing vocals and playing keys, Wez is an energetic performer dancing from the first note. Still, its for everyones safety he's kept behind a piano with dance moves like his. Playing and singing professionally since the age of fourteen, when it comes to your party/event, there's nobody around better prepared.
Thanks for doing a great job at our wedding on Saturday! Everybody keeps telling me how god the band were! It was great to see everybody dancing! Thanks again.
-Mr & Mrs C, Cheshire
What a great day! Thank you so much for all your contributions. We have never danced so much. Thank you again.
- Mr & Mrs W, Knutsford
Absolutely Fantastic! You Rascals really made our party special.
Well how good were The Rascals last nigh? Great music, great people.
What a superb show! The dance floor was full all night and everybody really enjoyed themselves. Thank you so much!
My partner and I had a brilliant evening last night, thanks to The Rascals. The set list was surprisingly varied and everyone danced. Great show with loads of energy. Can't wait to catch them again.