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Something Borrowed

The feel

Something Borrowed play every conceivable hit from the 60s to the present

day and are guaranteed to keep your dance floor packed all night! Inventive,

soulful, meticulous and energetic, they have already come to the attention

of the national press with The Mail on Sunday describing them as “Simply


Our services:

Something Borrowed usually plays for 2 x 45 minute sets but can play

significantly longer should you require.

Every song is carefully balanced using our bespoke line-up of instruments.

This all adds up to well thought-out sets that will keep your guests on the

dance floor all night long.

Something Borrowed can also provide accompanying music for your dinner or

drinks reception, creating the perfect atmosphere for any occasion.

The band uses a top-of-the-range PA system, lighting rig, and sound

engineer, and can provide recorded music during their breaks. To complete

the ultimate package they can also supply you with a full DJ service.

A wealth of experience

The members of the band have worked with various recording artists including

Busted, Ministry Of Sound, James Taylor Quartet, Skunk Anansie and Andy

Abraham. They have played extensively throughout Europe and have made

regular appearances on TV and radio, most notably the Lily Allen Show.


Something Borrowed

Something Borrowed