About The Vintage Rollers – 1950s Rock 'n' Roll wedding band
Since beginning in 2009, The Vintage Rollers have brought their unique brand of 1950s rock ’n’ roll to parties, festivals and weddings across the UK.
Performing for an impressive client list of elite brands including Jeep, Wembley Stadium and Wholefoods, we have set toes-a-tapping at some of the country's most desirable five-star hotels, historic palaces and award-winning restaurants.
The Vintage Rollers can be hired for weddings, charity balls, corporate events, festivals and any private party or function where you want authentic live rock 'n' roll music!
Select your ’50s favourites from our superb setlist and we promise to set your night off with a bang!
From intimate parties to large-scale events, The Vintage Rollers have only one mission – to get dresses twirling, legs kicking and everyone on their feet!
Fully kitted out in authentic 1950s costume, we provide all instruments, a PAT-tested PA system, lighting and an iPod packed with dance floor fillers for you to play before and after our performance.
The setlist for The Vintage Rollers 1950s tribute band features the most upbeat and danceable numbers from this legendary period in popular music history.
Building the tempo throughout the night we work our way through the greatest hits of the period, before ending on a high with the most unrestrained rock ’n’ roll around.
And when it comes to the grand finale we’re not shy about getting audiences involved, wholeheartedly encouraging a frenzy of foot stomping, jumping and jiving.
We generally perform 2 x 50-minute sets as a 4-piece band with vocals, guitar, double bass, piano and drums. We can provide certificates for public liability insurance and all our equipment is PAT-tested.
The Vintage Rollers are a 1950's tribute rock 'n' roll band in London perfect for bat & bar mitzvah entertainment, wedding entertainment, festivals, birthday parties and Christmas parties.
So if you're looking to hire the finest rock 'n' roll wedding band London has to offer, get in touch with The Vintage Rollers.
What time do you usually arrive?
We will usually arrive and set up from 6pm onwards and be ready to start as soon as the wedding breakfast and speeches are finished. But we can be very flexible with regard to timings.
How long does it take to set up your equipment and sound check?
We take 45 minutes to an hour to set up and sound check. Lifts or stairs may increase load-in time.
How long do you play for?
We perform 2 x 50-minute sets as standard.
How long are your intervals?
We request around 20 minutes between sets but this can be longer to suit your schedule.
Do you provide music between sets?
Yes, we can either play our iPod full of 50's rock 'n' roll songs or if you're looking for something a little bit different, you're welcome to bring along your own iPod which we'll plug into our PA system.
Do you require food and drink?
We can often find ourselves working 12 hour days and so we request meals and soft drinks for the band before we start our first set.
Can we watch you play before we book?
Unfortunately we rarely play public gigs these days, mainly weddings and corporate events, which makes it very difficult to invite people along to our gigs.
Do you provide PA system and lighting?
Yes, we provide full PA system and band lighting.
How much space do you need to set up?
We're very flexible but around 4-5 meters width and 3 meters depth is ideal.
Do you have PAT testing certificates and public liability insurance?
Yes, please let us know and we will forward you a copy.
What power supply do you need?
2 x 13 amp sockets is perfect.
Do you charge VAT?
No, we're not VAT registered so nothing else to pay on top of the quoted price.
"A massive thank you to The Vintage Rollers for making our event last night fantastic. You lightened our hearts as we kicked up our heels and help us raise an amazing amount for Brake and Air Ambulance."
– 11 January 2017, Lorna Kermode, charity event in London
"Thank you Vintage Rollers! Best wedding band ever – we're so glad that we hired you for our 1950s themed wedding! You brought our special day to life and we had so many compliments from all of our guests afterwards."
– 20 December 2016, Liz Whitehead, wedding in Essex
"We lost count of the number of guests that commented at the wedding and since how good the band were. The Vintage Rollers made what had already been a very special day step up a gear, turning the evening into the party we hoped it would be."
– 18 October 2016, Dave and Emma Leigh, wedding in London
"Hi James, I just wanted to say thank you so much for a great performance on Wednesday, everyone really enjoyed it, you were the hit of the party! Please pass along my thanks to the rest of the band as well."
– 3 September 2016, Eva Satchell, Squire and Partners, corporate event in London
"The Vintage Rollers were the best bit of what was an amazing evening. Nobody left the dance floor for a single minute they were playing, and for weeks afterwards people asked me who they were and where I had found them. It can be fairly stressful organising a charity event, especially for 350 people, but The Vintage Rollers were 100% efficient and professional. They were the highlight of the party."
– 19 July 2016, Jessica Gibbs, charity event for Linklaters, London
Ain't That A Shame – Fats Domino
All Shook Up – Elvis Presley
At The Hop – Danny And The Juniors
Be Bop A Lula – Gene Vincent
Because I Love You – Buddy Holly
Bigga Hunka Love – Elvis Presley
Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
Blueberry Hill – Fats Domino
C'mon Everybody – Eddie Cochran
Chantilly Lace – The Big Bopper
Cry, Cry, Cry – Johnny Cash
Devil In Disguise – Elvis Presley
Don’t Be Cruel – Elvis Presley
Earth Angel – The Penguins
Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
Get Rhythm – Johnny Cash
Good Golly, Miss Molly – Little Richard
Good Luck Charm – Elvis Presley
Great Balls Of Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis
Hard Headed Woman – Elvis Presley
Heartbreak Hotel – Elvis Presley
His Latest Flame – Elvis Presley
Hound Dog – Elvis Presley
Jackson – Johnny Cash
Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley
Johnny Be Goode – Chuck Berry
La Bamba – Richie Valens
Living Doll – Cliff Richard
Long Tall Sally – Little Richard
Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley
Lucille – Little Richard
Maybe Baby – Buddy Holly
Maybellene – Chuck Berry
No Particular Place To Go – Chuck Berry
Oh Boy – Buddy Holly
Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly
Return To Sender – Elvis Presley
Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash
Rock Around The Clock – Bill Haley & His Comets
Rock N Roll Music – Chuck Berry
Runaround Sue – Dion And The Belmonts
Runaway – Del Shannon
Shake Rattle And Roll – Big Joe Turner
Slippin And A Slidin – Little Richard
Steps To Heaven – Eddie Cochran
Stuck On You – Elvis Presley
Summertime Blues – Eddie Cochran
Sweet Little Sheila – Tommy Roe
Teddy Bear – Elvis Presley
Teenager In Love – Dion And The Belmonts
That’ll Be The Day – Buddy Holly
That’s All Right, Mama – Elvis Presley
The Twist – Chubby Checker
Tutti Frutti – Little Richard
Unchained Melody – Righteous Brothers
Walk The Line – Johnny Cash
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On – Jerry Lee Lewis
You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry