About Us

The Sugar Shack wedding band are London’s favourite wedding and party band. A five-piece function band featuring both female and male lead vocals Sugar Shack are able to play to any crowd and have years of experience of playing at weddings, parties, events and product launches throughout the South of England and beyond.

The Sugar Shack wedding band will ignite your party with their unique blend of contemporary classics and old favourites. They have an extensive playlist ranging from pop and rock anthems through to disco and jazz swing tunes. Sugar Shack tailor each set list to the event and regard every individual booking with care to ensure that the client enjoys a great evenings entertainment. Sugar Shack are always happy to take suggestions for song requests and will learn a first dance song for a wedding or a special song for a party or event.

Smartly-dressed, attractive, professional and enthusiastic Sugar Shack are one of the top covers bands in the UK.

Sugar Shack were the band chosen by 80′s Live Aid Legend Nik Kershaw for his wedding and members of the band have performed at events attended by Royalty and celebrities. They have performed both in the UK and overseas and the band leader, Paul Brown, was awarded the Afghanistan Medal in 2012 for his services entertaining the troops in Afghanistan.

Sugar Shack have a few select dates still available for 2013 wedding and function bookings and have just opened up the diary for 2014 and already have bookings for next year. Sugar Shack are perfect for lively weddings and are modestly priced in comparison with bands of a similar line-up and quality. The band offer a free DJ service with every booking and will provide you with a full evening’s entertainment.

You can book Sugar Shack with absolute confidence that you are booking the band which wedding industry professionals choose for their live entertainment bookings.

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