Steve Conway - Rat Pack and Jazz Singer

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Will Steve Sing For?

Steve does a maximum of two 50 minute sets if he is using backing tracks. However, he can perform for much longer if he is singing with a pianist, duo or a trio. With any of these line ups he can provide a full evenings entertainment mixing instrumental numbers with his vocal repertoire.

What Happens When Steve Takes A Break?

This isn't usually a problem as Steve usually has a CD player that he can plug into his PA system. Alternatively he can usually liaise with the event organisers to have recorded music play when he stops.

Does Steve need some sort of cover if he is performing outside?

Protection from the elements is vital. The heat from the sun can be very harmful to electronic equipment and a sudden downpour could be disastrous.

So How Much Will It Cost?

Prices are from £375 (for Steve as a solo singer with backing tracks) or £550 for a duo (vocals and piano). The above prices are dependent on distance from venue and other requirements. Please contact him for a no obligation quote.

If we hire a bass player in the line up will he play a proper bass?

No offence to bass guitar players, but most people refer to a double bass as a proper bass. The bass players Steve uses (mainly Mike Porter-Ward or Dan Quinton) always play a double bass which you can see in the photograph to the right.

Will it be noisy if we have a drummer in the line up?

No, the drummers Steve uses (usually Rod Browne or Roy Jackson) are skilled jazz drummers and are capable of playing very quietly. They are also masters of the long lost art of playing with brushes which is ideal for background music. Also, the drum kit that they use is different from that of a rock drummer - one of the key differences being the diminutive size of the bass drum. A jazz kit does not produce anywhere near the same volume level as a rock kit.

Where can I hear Steve play live?

This website will be updated with any information about up and coming public events and gigs. Most of his work is either corporate or private but he also does a reasonable number of public performances.

Is Steve's electrical equipment PAT Tested for safety?

Yes all his equipment has been tested by a qualified electrical engineer and his certificate can be seen HERE.

Does Steve have public liability insurance?

Yes he does pay for public liability insurance and his certificate can be seen HERE.

 


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