When you’re hosting a party or wedding, you want great music that will have your guests up on their feet, singing along. There’s one sure-fire way of getting your party guests out of their chairs and on the dance floor, and that’s by picking a classic song that everybody knows word for word.

Wonderwall – Oasis

Nobody can resist trying to match the whiney tones of Liam Gallagher paired with the classic arms behind the back stance, and this song is the perfect anthem to test it out on!

I Want it That Way – Backstreet Boys

This is the perfect song to take any 90s kid back to their youth. The Backstreet Boys had plenty of unforgettable hits, but none of those quite gets the bridesmaids screaming the lyrics at the top of their lungs like this one does.

Mr Brightside – The Killers

If you’ve ever been in an average British nightclub at around 3am, you’ll probably have seen the effect this song has on a group of people. By the time the chorus kicks in, everyone is stomping their feet and singing their little hearts out! Sure, you might get some of the words a little mixed up, but we’ll pretend not to hear.

Pretty Much Anything Disney

The great thing about Disney songs is that they stretch across generations, from the parents who took their now adult children to see The Lion King for the first time, to the under 10s who are lucky enough to be at a socially acceptable age for full blown Disney obsessions.

Don’t Stop Me Now – Queen

To be honest, there are plenty of Queen songs that everyone knows like the back of their hand, so it’s hard to pick just one. But if you want to put everyone in an instantly great mood, this is perfect!

In the immortal words of Freddie Mercury, “If you wanna have a good time, just give us a call!” We guarantee to get your party started, so if you’re looking for party bands in London, contact us today to book the only band you’ll need! Call us on 0845 094 1162 for more information.

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