Repertoire

Repertoire..

A good day (Kay Starr)

A thousand years (Christina Perri)

A little help from my friends (The Beatles)

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (Marvin Gaye &Tammi Terrell)

All I Ever Needed (Speedometer)

All about that bass (Meghan Trainor/Kate Davis)

Arms of the Angel (Sarah Mclachlan)

At Last (Etta James)

Bei mir bist du schon (Andrew Sisters)

Candy man/boogie woogie bugle boy/Dont sit under the apple tree (40s medly christina Aguleira/Andrew Sisters)

Cupid (Sam Cooke/Amy Winehouse)

Choo choo cha boogie (Louie Jordan)

Don’t you ever (the sweet Divines) with band only

Dream (Everly Brothers) (accapella)

Down by the riverside / Glory Glory (gospel medly with Religious content)

Good Rockin Daddy  (Etta James) With band only

Gimme Gimme ( Sono Rhizmo) With band only

Feelin Good (Nina Simone)

Fields of Gold (Sting)

Five ,Ten, fifteen hours of your love (Ruth Brown)

For your love (Stevie Wonder)

Go laddie go (Francils McPeak)

Hallelujah I just love her so (Ray Charles)

Heat Wave (Martha and the vandellas)

He’s a tramp (Walt Disneph)

I Believe in Music (louie Jordan)

I will follow him (Sister Act)

I would rather go blind (Etta James)

I'll take you there (The Staple singers)

Joyful Joyful (Sister Act)

Let’s Stay Together (Al Green)

My Girl (The Temptations) 

Natural woman (Aretha Franklin)

Needle in a haystack (The Velvelettes)

Up above my head (Sister rosetta Tharpe) (religious content)

Oh that man (Caro Emerald)

People get ready (Curtis Mayfiels/Eva Cassidy)(religious content)

Pencil full of lead (Paolo Nutini) 

Push it up  (Cookin on 3 Burners) With band only

Rum and Coca cola (Andrew Sisters)

Say a little prayer (Aretha Franklin)

Son of a Preacher Man (Aretha Franklin)

Songbird  (Eva Cassidy)

Summertime  (Ella Fitzgerald)

Take another Piece of My Heart (Erma Franklin)

What a man (Salt n peppa) with band only

Whole lot of reasons (Mary Jane Hooper) With band only

Wishing and Hoping (Dusty Springfield)

What a wonderful world this could be (Sam Cooke)

You’re All I Need to Get By (Aretha Franklin)

You’ve Got a Friend (Carol King)