The Skiffle Billys are Margaret River?s popular festival, wedding and function band in the Cape to Cape region of Southwest Australia, specializing in all types of functions including corporate events and private parties. The Skiffle Billys, the most popular band in Margaret River!
Listen!Skiffle /'skifəl/ noun a style of fast, rhythm based music usually driven by acoustic guitar, string bass and snare drum [ 20th cent.; origin unknown ] Billys /'bili/ noun two or more guys called Bill
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"Margaret River's Most Popular Band"
The Skiffle Billys are Margaret River’s most dynamic wedding band, with great experience in the Margaret river area (south west, Cape to Cape region of Western Australia) as well as weddings we specialize in functions including corporate functions and private functions. Please visit our website to listen to our great music and look at our rave reviews!
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“My sister hired you for her wedding in February and the entertainment is still being talked about!! ” - Amy Low
C eremonies: We provide a 3 piece instrumental service (double bass, guitar and ukulele) playing songs to suit the mood such as “Close to you”- The Carpenters, “You are the sunshine of my life”- Stevie Wonder, “Till there was you” and “Michelle”- The Beatles, and if the post ceremony needs a little lift we can also perform a selection of Latin instrumentals.
The Skiffle Billys : are a dynamic acoustic trio playing covers ranging from Johnny Cash to Nirvana in a style reminiscent of ‘skiffle’ bands, who relied on a stripped back approach, using only snare drum and assorted acoustic instruments to fit into small clubs and bars. Their energetic dance songs combine elements of rock, pop, country, blues and jazz and are sure to get toes tapping. Band members include Manfred Bruggler on double bass & vocals, Grant Withers on snare drum, vocals & harmonica and Bob Clark on acoustic guitar and vocals. These guys are tight and their particular brand of 'musical arson' will burn up the dance floor like a Christmas party in Kandahar.