The Chattanooga Choo Choo's

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Manchester Based 1920's Band

Fantastically costumed and musically unrivalled, The Chattanooga Choo Choo's are one of the UK's top tributes to the roaring 1920's and 30's. The band play popular hits from the 1920's with a quirky exuberance. With this vintage styled band you can enjoy a visit to an era of wonderful nonsense, quirky original music and cheerful entertainment! It's time to misbehave.

1920's style musicians

The band is made up of 5 fantastic musical performers playing a wealth of classic instruments including, banjo, trumpet, drums, piano, double bass, sax and clarinet. They also offer male vocals to complete the line-up. These Manchester based musicians are available to hire for any wedding, event or party where 1920's or 30's style entertainment is needed.

Perfect for dancing

Love them or laugh at them you'll have to dance with them! They offer an affectionate 1920's pastiche which delights and delects it's way through the era of prohibition, speakeasies and mob violence. A time when the jitterbug was scandalous, flappers bobbed their hair and raised their skirts and a damn good time was to be had by the reckless and young at heart. One of the best 1920's wedding bands in the UK The Chattanooga Choo Choo's are known to entertain all at speakeasy themed parties and weddings with a bit of a vintage flair. Call the Band Boutique on 07912 424554, today to enquire about prices and service details.

Manchester based 1920's Band Service

The bands standard service includes 2 x 45 minutes of live 1920's music with recorded themed music between sets and when the band aren't playing. The band are based in Manchester but happy to travel throughout the UK. Get in touch for an exact quote to your venue.
  • Five foot two eyes of blue
  • The Charleston
  • Top hat white tie and tails (Fred Astaire)
  • Ain't misbehavin' (Fats Waller)
  • I'll see you in my dreams
  • Pasadena (Al Jolson)
  • If you knew Susie
  • Happy Feet
  • Baby face
  • Honeysuckle rose (Fats Waller)
  • Button up your overcoat
  • I'm in the mood for love
  • Yes sir! Thats my baby
  • When somebody thinks you're wonderful
  • Fascinating rhythm
  • I got rhythm
  • Crazy rhythm (Whispering Jack Smith)
  • Sweet Georgia Brown
  • Alexander's rag time band
  • Guilty (Al Bowly)
  • Melancholy Baby

Other classic tunes

  • In the mood (Glenn Miller)
  • Chattanooga choo choo (Glenn Miller)
  • Come fly with me (Sinatra)
  • Fly me to the moon (Sinatra)
  • New York, New York (Sinatra)
  • Mac the knife (Bobby Darin)
  • Beyond the sea (Bobby Darin)
  • Quando quando (Michael Buble)
  • Ain't nobody here but us chickens (Louis Jordan)
  • Hallelleuya I just love her so (Ray Charles)
  • Love is in the air (John Paul Jones)
  • It's not unusual (Tom Jones)
  • Can't take my eyes off' you (Andy Williams)
  • Oye Como Va (Santana)
  • Bad bad Leroy Brown (Sinatra)
  • Thats Amore (Dean Martin)
  • Gentle on my mind (Dean Martin)
  • King of the swingers (Walt Disney/Jungle book)
  • Teddy Bear (Elvis Presley)
  • Route 66 (Chuck Berry)
  • Walk on by (Dionne Warwick)

I just wanted to say that the band was fantastic on Friday night for my big birthday. They absolutely made the evening. I didn't get chance to say goodbye because I was probably mingling and chatting so please let them know how fantastic they were and hopefully more business will come their way as a result of the evening. Birthday Party Inglewood Manor, Cheshire. November 2014 was an absolutely wonderful wedding, made even more special by the superb music. You guys are really something special, and it was a genuine pleasure to be able to listen to you! - Wedding, Hereford, 17 September 2011

- The Charleston

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