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The Cacti Collective

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Manchester
An earthy Soulful intimate experience.

The Cacti Collective are a group of musicians creating a dynamic and exhilarating journey into sound. The Cacti Collective offers you a unique package combining sophisticated sounds from the world of jazz with modern pop music guaranteed to make a first-class impression on you and your guests. The exceptional musicians that make up the cacti collective are all professionals in their own right. Having worked with the likes of Murra Massa, Bondax, Bearcubs, Elle Watson and many more. Tutoring at well respected music schools in the north of England. And working through their own musical projects. Although (the core trio - Cath, Ben and Joe) all in the early twenty’s they have just under 20 years combined experience working professionally within the music industry. Dressed to impress, the band are always clad in stylish outfits depending on the venue and situation. If you have a dress code just let us know!

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I have a car I can use to travel to gigs
I require car parking close to venues
I own a PA system
Musicianship
Genres:
Pop, Acoustic, Soul, Funk, Jazz, Latin jazz, Modern jazz, Christmas
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Instruments:
Singer, Percussion, Guitar
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Event types:
Hotel / Restaurant event, Wedding, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Cruise, Birthday party, Christmas party
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Song list

First Set
Hey Laura - Gregory Porter
Don’t know why - Nora Jones
Warwick Avenue - Duffy
Rolling Hill - Jill Scott
Sober - Mahalia
Put your records on - Corrine Bailey Ray
Nakamarra - Hiatus Kaiyote
Second Set
Stronger than me - Amy Winehouse
Love on top - Beyonce
Mater Blaster - Stevie wander
At last - Etta James
Best part - Daniel Caesar
Cry me a river - Justin Timberlake
Brother - Matt Corby
Third Set
What if I go - Mura Masa
Thinking about you - Frank Ocean
Redbone - Childish Gambino
Rock steady - Aretha Franklyn
Use me - Bill Withers
American boy - Estelle