Sara Spade & the Noisy Boys | Mistletoe Kisses

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Mistletoe Kisses

by Sara Spade & the Noisy Boys

Enjoy our very merry Xmas song be sure to listen to the lyrics! Merry Christmas to one and all!
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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Sara Spade & The Noisy Boys have an ebullient Ukulele-led sound that has led to her playing at The Royal Albert Hall for BBC Radio 2’s massive D-Day 70th Gala, plus the National Centre for Early Music in Yorkshire (World War One centenary) – as well as being a popular face on the festival circuit, including Vintage, Wilderness & Bestival. She also just headlined a sold-out Ukulele Festival of Great Britain 2015 and played the 5000 seater ‘Big Top’ at Camp Bestival 2015.

Retro-Pop & Vintage Swing form the core of Sara’s sound – with acoustic versions of soul classics like George Michael’s “Faith” dancing happily beside flapper & prohibition tunes, calypsos like “Rum & Coca Cola” and ballads like “Secret Love” from the 1953 movie Calamity Jane.

But where Sara Spade really stands apart from the crowd is with her own songs. Jools Holland agrees, saying she has “a fantastic voice – her band makes me want to dance – they have that magical element it’s almost impossible to put your finger on!”

Jools invited Sara Spade & The Noisy Boys to open his Viva La Diva festival in Canary Wharf and has played his favorite tunes from Sara’s debut album Boy Next Door on BBC Radio 2 and the band have also performed at Abbey Road Studios and broadcast live from Broadcasting House on BBC Radio London.

With her eye on tomorrow’s acoustic music, and her roots in the music of the past, Sara Spade’s melodies & charisma pour off the stage. She loves breaking down musical boundaries…backed by her singing Noisy Boys: ex-Spiritualized Jonny Mattock on snare drum, jazz double bassist Jonny Gee.



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