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Wedding Swing Singer James Robinson



From the cool swing of The Ratpack to the romantic standards of The Great American Songbook,  James brings his own style and sound to each timeless song.


James only uses only the best quality backing tracks recorded by live musicians. If there is a particular song you would like to have personally covered by James this can usually be arranged given enough notice and providing a suitable backing track can be sourced.


A self-contained artist, he uses the BOSE L1 PA system, sleek and compact, it delivers excellent clarity sound to you and your guests.


James sings the finest swing and jazz classics made famous by the greats, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett and rediscovered by such modern day crooners as Harry Connick Jr, and Michael Buble. Whilst the emphasis is predominantly on the big band sound he can also introduce other classic songs to his sets to provide a little more variety.


These timeless songs are the perfect accompaniment to your event, from informal and relaxed afternoon get togethers to sophisticated wedding breakfasts or lively corporate functions and parties throughout the UK.


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'Hi James,

We just wanted to say a massive thank you for your fabulous performances at my Mum Carols 70th Birthday Party. You really helped to make it a special event that my mum or us will never forget. Your voice is amazing, and the song choices exactly what we wanted too and everyone loved them and wanted to know where we had found you! And you were so kind towards Mum too and so easy to talk to and happy to please. We will definitely recommend you to people and everyone there will too, and we will hopefully get to go to a party with you there again too! We loved it and were so happy we had booked you. Thank you once again.

Emma & Mark & a million thanks from Carol the Birthday Girl too!!


Birthday - Prees, Shropshire - November 2014