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The Generation Game

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An energetic Rock’n’Roll band covering songs from 50s to 90s. Available for parties and functions. Genres: Rock, Americana, 50s Rock’n’Roll
Rock n roll band
Rowland's Castle
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The Generation Game are just the band for a fun party with dancing and laughter. Five musicians who love what they do and bring energy and enthusiasm to every performance. They have three basic sets: Set 1 Classic Rock Hits, Set 2 Country Rock & Americana, Set 3 1950s Rock’n’Roll.

Rock 'n' Roll, Rock, Glam rock, Pop rock
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Wedding, Hotel / Restaurant event, Private event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Charity event, Corporate event, Concert, Birthday party
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Song list

Set 1
It’s A Long Way To The Top (AC/DC)
Fortunate Son (Creedence Clearwater Rev)
Eight Days A Week (The Beatles)
The Middle (Jimmy Eat World)
Bohemian Like You (Dandy Warhols)
Teenagers (My Chemical Romance)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Rolling Stones)
Thorn In My Side (Eurythmics)
Shang-a-lang (Bay City Rollers)
Get It On (T-Rex)
Dancing In The Moonlight (Thin Lizzy)
Maria (Blondie)
Learn To Fly (Foo Fighters)
Sweet Child O’ Mine (Guns’n’Roses)
Set 2
Pink (Aerosmith)
Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Keep Your Hands To Yourself (Georgia Sat)
Gimme Three Steps (Lynyrd Skinyrd)
Even When I’m Blue (Steve Earl)
Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)
Stuck In The Middle With You (Steelers Wh)
Friday I’m In Love (The Cure)
Dancing In The Dark (Bruce Springsteen)
Summer Of ’69 (Bryan Adams)
Set 3
Wipe Out (Surfaris)
Rock Around The Clock (Bill Hayley)
All Shook Up (Elvis Presley)
Jailhouse Rock (Elvis Presley)
Blue Suede Shoes (Elvis Presley)
Smoking In The Boys Room (Brownsville St)
Rave On (Buddy Holly)
Move It (Cliff Richard)
Sea Cruise (Cliff Richard)
You Never Can Tell (Chuck Berry)
Fun, Fun, Fun (Beach Boys)
Burning Love (Elvis Presley)
Johnny B Goode (Chuck Berry)
Mony Mony (Billy Idol)
Let The Good Times Roll (B B King)
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From customers:

Jan P
2 months ago, for a Concert in Station Rd
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5 out of 5

An amazing night! Three rocking sets! The first had us rocking out and dancing. The second entertained us. And the third had every single person in the room on the dance floor. The costume changes set the scene and the music was filled with energy. A great night’s entertainment!

Gerry H

What we witnessed that evening: Listening to comments from our Hayling’s rock’n’rollers, a 240 strong crowd [aged from nine months to ninety years] as they streamed out of the doors at the end of an evening of singing, dancing and consuming the occasional glass of red wine, they clearly were overwhelmed. “Sensational!” “Amazing!” “Brilliant!” “It reminded me of Glasto’ ‘94” were all comments overheard at the end of what was an exceptional event. The Generation Game is a clever name as it reflects the diversity of ages of this relatively new band, which was formed for a “one off for a party in 2021”. With Mark, on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Ian, on bass guitar, we are clearly in the presence of “gentlemen of a certain age, who have been playing together on the rock scene for at least 12 years”. Joined relatively recently by the more youthful, Ethan [lead guitar], Augustine [guitar and vocals] and Reuben [drums and guitar] they are creating a strong reputation as the “go- to” band to hire for gigs on the local pub scene around Hampshire and West Sussex. And you can see why. In set one we were invited to “sit back and Rock out” but some of our lively crowd defied this instruction by taking to the dance floor to strut their stuff in response to Jumpin’ Jack Flash [The Stones], Shang-a-Lang [The Bay City Rollers!] finishing off with the rousing Sweet Child of Mine [Guns and Roses] After the interval, the music just got even better with some country music now being added to the rock offering. The amount of people on the dance floor had increased significantly. We continued to bop in response to some great numbers, including Brown Eyed Girl, Stuck in The Middle With You and Summer of ‘69. We were then treated to a rousing third set of Old Time Rock’n’Roll. Well known favourites including Rock Around The Clock, Blue Suede Shoes and Jonny B Goode set the appreciative crowd wild, and our punters home very, very happy. The final word rests with my neighbour “Can I come again next time?”