Lazydayz
Home DuoTributesGigsRepertoireGalleryLinksListen to LazydayzComments


Guest Comments

See below for comments from the clients and
members of the audience at some of our recent gigs.

Hemnalls Social Club, Epping

A slow start to the evening meant that there was time to try out some new songs while the club members were chatting and settling in. The new numbers included 'Get Away' from Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames and 'Ain't that a Kick in the Head' in the style of Dean Martin. Later on in the evening the audience decided that they liked to sing along and joined in with us on 'What do you want to make those eyes at me for' as sung by Emile Ford and the Checkmates; 'Montego Bay' from Bobby Bloom and 'Help me make it through the Night' in th reggae style of John Holt. By the time we got to midnight they calling for more and we finished with the Beatles 'Eight days a Week' delivered in true harmonic style.

Enjoyable night, Great Night Come Back, We Love You, Great night come back soon

Enfield Highway Conservaitve Club

This was another good night for Lazydayz in the middle of a very busy weekend. Neil Diamond and Elvis were the order of the day with favourites such as 'Sweet Caroline'; 'Forever in Blue Jeans', 'Beautiful Noise', 'All Shook Up', 'Good Luck Charm', 'Teddy Bear' and many others. We had a bit of fun dueting 'Welcome Home' by Peters and Lee and got the audience singing and dancing along to ''Things' as sung bu Bobby Darin, Robbie Williams and others.

Very Good, Good Comic Act hope to see you soon, Very good see you again soon, Great night keep it going, Well done singing songs we can sing along to, Brilliant. Very Good Entertainment, Well done singing, very very good, Excellent entertainment, the best yet, Very Very good, the best yet

Royal British Legion, Hemel Hempstead

Lazydayz last played this club about 6 years ago when Martin and Gary were the line-up. The regular patrons had fond memories of the old duo and so the new Lazydayz had quite a reputation to live up to. With all this in mind we started off some of our favourite numbers including Ricky Nelson's 'Garden Party' and 'Last Night was Made for Love' by Billy Fury and these got the audience up and dancing very quickly. New numbers included Dean Martin's 'Little Ole Wine Drinker Me'; 'Mustang Sally' in the style of the Commitments and 'Kiss' as performed by Tom Jones. The evening flew by very quickly and finished with 'When you were Sweet Sixteen' and resulted in a dance floor that was never empty, it was a great night for all.

Hoe Street Social Club, Walthamstow

This is the first time that Lazydayz have been to the Hoe Street Club and we are looking forward to our next visit. We had a great night and we really appreciate the positive feedback from the lively audience. We went through the decades and got the people up and dancing to a wide variety of numbers. One of the most memorable moments was the Elvis set with 'Good Luck Charm' and 'Teddy Bear' performed by Steve and 'Frankfort Special' and 'Wooden Heart' by Gary. Also popular was the reggae set with 'Help me make it through the night' as sung by John Holt, 'Tears on my pillow' by Johnny Nash and the Lazydayz favourite 'Everything I own' in the style of Ken Booth.

Fantastic Night, very good - very professional, very enjoyable, come back again very soon - The B*ll*cks - Like to see you again - Enjoyed you from the beginniing to the end - First rate entertainment, terrific - 1st Class - Nice variety & different from 'run of the mill' churned out stuff. - Marvellous - You can come back to the Hoe St. Club anytime - Please come back to Hoe Street, you're top of the pops

Royal British Legion Romford

Happy new year to one and all at the RBL in Romford, you are a really great audience and you helped us start the new year on a real high. To be honest we was a bit surprised to get a booking on the first Saturday of the new year but it turned out to be one of the best gigs that we have been to. New numbers this time included 'England Swings' by Roger Miller, 'Lay Lady Lay' Bob Dylan Style and 'Route 66' as performed by the Rolling Stones. One guest asked for 'Little old Wine Drinker me' by Dean Martin so we will endeavour to put this into the act for next time.

Very Good - Happy New Year - Hope you will be back soon - We think they were great and want to see them again and again - Really good, like to see them back - One of the best groups for a very long time - This group is the best - Only the best for the Legion and these are the best we've had - Excellent! - Brilliant! - Really good music, well done.

Royal Naval Association Welwyn Garden City

This was an 80th birthday party for Harry, a long time member of the RNA in WGC. We got the people up and dancing and the favourite numbers for the evening were Nat King Cole's 'Lets Face the Music and dance', 'Straighten up and Fly Right' and 'Let there be Love'. One of the younger guests wanted some more modern music but didn't tell us at any time throughout the evening - still, we are sorry that she wasn't 100% satisfied altought I point out that we are an act that specialises in tributes and covers of songs the fifties, sixties, seventies and eighties. The club management enjoyed the performance and booked us to go back in April, we look forward to that.

Come Back Soon - Good all round entertainment

Royal British Legion Boreham Wood

A great time was had by all at the Royal British Legion in Boreham Wood with a great audience response to Gary's high notes in 'Big Girls Don't Cry' and "Sherry Baby" in the style of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Steve introduced a new dimension to the performance with some numbers from the Shadows including 'Diamonds', 'Apache' and 'Wonderful Land'. We will certainly look forward to returning to this venue!

St Kilda's United Services Club

Another good night that started slow but built up as the evening progressed. Calls for Joe Brown and the Bruvvers resulted in Steve's performance of "A Picture of You" and Gary with "That's what love will do". The new numbers included "Let's face the music and dance" by Nat King Cole and "Penny Arcade" by Roy Orbison which we added to our repertoire in response to a request from this club.

Very entertaining and enjoyable - Very enjoyable, well done Lazydayz.

Walthamstow Trades Club

The patrons at this club like ballroom standards such as waltzes and quicksteps and we did our best to satisfy this requirement with songs from Jim Reeves, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Elvis and Cliff. All went well and I look forward to adding some new numbers for next time.

very good music, nice and romantic, good sound - More classic songs from the 50s - I think you are very good - Nice evening - well entertaining, best I've seen down here so far, love it when you sing.

Oxhey Conservative Club

This is a beautiful club with a friendly atmosphere and a debut night for Lazydayz. Elvis was in demand and Gary happily obliged with 'GI Blues', 'D'ya ever have one of those days boys', 'Return to Sender', 'Suspicious Minds' and several others. Steve's Frank Sinatra numbers 'Love and Marriage', 'The Lady is a Tramp', 'Witchcraft' and 'I've got you under my skin' were also well received.

Well done, a good night - Great choice of music - well performed - not sure about Elvis' wig though - Thanks for a nice evening - good equipment - Great evening, good music

Constitutional Club, Leigh on Sea

This is a great club with a good size stage and large dance floor. New numbers this time were 'Montego Bay' in the style of Bobby Bloom; 'Feelings' by Murice Albert and two more from the Lazydayz expanding Neil Diamond repertoire, 'If you know what I mean' and 'Cherry Cherry'. The audience were very appreciative of all of the songs but they particularly enjoyed 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh!), joining in with Gary in the verses while Steve provided the wailing jungle calls in this timeless classic. We love the comments that are written the guest book, especially the last one: "Small ears but good voice" - not sure who or what they mean!

Fantastic - Good Entertainment - Great entertainment for a good night - Very Cool, well done - Very versatile, good mix of music - Lots of fun, thanks - Like the music - Very nice, would come again - not bad - very enjoyable - My first friday night here and it is extremely entertaining and jolly good fun - really enjoyed the music, plenty of variety - very good entertainment, we really enjoyed the evening and look forward to seeing them again - small ears but good voice

Evergreen Football & Social Club, Abbotts Langley

Had a great evening and debuted some new songs, this was just as well because the audience were quite demanding in their requests. We got asked for some Roxy Music and let them have it with 'Love is is the Drug'. There were also calls for Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin and we delivered with 'High Hopes', 'I've got you under my skin', 'Mac the Knife' and 'Beyond the Sea'. Also new this evening was 'Crazy little thing called love' Michael Buble style and 'Just the two of us' as sung by Bill Withers.

Well done, a good night. Thanks - Excellent evening, come back again

Royal British Legion, High Wycombe

Took a few hats and other props to add some style to the performance. The cowboy hat and bootlace tie went down well with the audience but the 1980's style wig and sunglasses were the star of the evening. Gary really got involved with some audience participation in his Elvis set and Steve got them all singing along with his repertoire of Neil Diamond numbers. Take a look at the pictures in our gallery.

Will definitely come next time you are in Legion - Great entertainment, sang various artists, will come and support you in the Future - Loved it, come back soon - Fantastic - most enjoyable - very good evening, fantastic band, loved listening to then, we will love to have them in here again - Thank you for a lovely evening could you do 'no milk today' by Hermans Hermits then you will be the best, you're there already

Royal British Legion, Potters Bar

Line dances, waltzes and quicksteps were the order of the day at this venue. Gary
took the lead on the waltzes with some Jim reeves numbers such as 'He'll have to Go" and "Adios Amigo", Steve supported with the old standard "Moon River" as sung by Andy Williams. The line-dancers were up on their feet to "Let's Dance the Night Away"as sung by the Mavericks and the line-dance classic "Achy Breaky Heart".

what a great duo, can do anything and their voices complement each other so well - lovely evening come again please - very good, most enjoyable evening, thank you - enjoyed the music very much

Hatfield Social Club

We started the first set with a rendition of 'World without love' originally recorded by Peter & Gordon, this was well received and from that moment on we were on a roll. The hightlight of the evening was when Gary joined some of the guests on the dance floor while singing and marching to Elvis Presley's GI Blues. There was also a poignant moment as Steve performed a short tribute to Stephen Gately from Boyzone who sadly passed away this weekend. We finished on a high with Hi-Ho Silver Lining, Jeff Beck style and were sorry that we didn't have time for another encore!

Excellent, Energetic Good selection of Music - Thank you for a good night - A ver good nights entertainment - Excellent - Fantastic night, can't wait for them to come back - Enjoyed the music, great entertainment, hope to see them soon

High Wycombe Irish Club

This was a Sunday afternoon session which meant that we didn't get really warmed up until sometime into the first set - we always find it easier to get into the performance if it is in the evening. The club bar is quite small but it was busy and the audience were very appreciative and persuaded us to continue for an extra hour.

Keep up! you are doing the right things. Thank you for making my Sunday afternoon. It took me back to a baby through to a teenager and onward - Brought back some good times. - Thank you for making my Sunday, you are the best that I've seen, thank you. - You both work well together, an enjoyable sunday afternoon - You are both very good, hope to see you againg soon - They are bothe very good, had a great afternoon, Thank you. - Brings back memories, good selection


Get the party spirit at your venue
Call Steve on 07733 974994
e-mail: steve@lazydayzduo.co.uk