10 Questions & Answers
1. How long does Carol perform for?
It depends on what you’re after, but she normally performs for 2 sets of 45 minutes, with a 30 minute break in between. If you were to book Carol, she would perform around the different elements to your event, such as speeches, catering times, etc.
2. How many songs can she perform?
She has over 350 songs in her repertoire, so her choices are based on your preferences.
3. What genres does Carol perform exactly?
Her main genre is soul, but she has plenty motown, disco, funk and RnB songs to select from. She also sings a bit of jazz, swing and reggae, but again, it depends on the kind of entertainment you are after.
4. Does she have a song list?
She can provide you with an example set. Just leave her a message to do so.
5. What does Carol need for the show?
You don’t have to provide any audio or lighting equipment if you’re holding your event in a small, to medium sized venue. All she does need is access to near-by power-points, especially if you’re considering an outdoor event.
6. Can she work in duets or in a full band?
When she works as a duet, she usually works with Weston Foster, another brilliant soul singer from the UK. She can work with bands too by pulling together musicians that she has performed with in the past, but she usually works solo.
7. How far in advanced can Carol be booked to perform?
As long as the date is free, you can book more than a year in advance. Even for short notice, if you send Carol a message, she can let you know if she is available or not.
8. Can Carol perform wedding ceremony music?
Of course. She enjoys performing at parties and celebrations especially.
9. Does Carol take deposits?
She feels it’s fairer to not receive full payment until on the night, after she has performed. She does however, take deposits of 20% once the show has been booked.
10. How do I book Carol?
If you want to book Carol now, or you’re thinking about booking Carol, just send a message using the form.
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