Although regarded as one of the finest wedding & function bands in the North East, Chameleon work & travel throughout the UK.
We’ve performed at 1,000’s of events, which include weddings & civil partnerships, Jewish weddings, corporate diners, award ceremonies, charity & fund raising calls, celebratory dinners, civic receptions, hunt balls, school balls, product launch events, festivals, public events, barmitzvah, Christmas parties and private parties.
We are consummate professionals, who have earned our reputation as reliable, dedicated musicians and performers. You get the guarantee that we will make sure the music and atmosphere at your event is fantastic!
Guitar / Lead Vocals
Bass / Vocals
Sax / Percussion
Drums / Vocals
Keyboards / Vocals
So what do you get when you book Chameleon?
Aside from friendly, expert advice as to how we can help your itinerary run smoothly…
You get a band featuring some of the most experienced and respected professional musicians in the UK
Peace of Mind
You get peace of mind, knowing the entertainment at your event is in the safe hands of a band that have appeared at thousands of events and over 2,000 weddings
Classic Dance Floor Hits
You get up to 3 hours of great live music, featuring a tried and tested repertoire of classic dance floor hits
You get all this, plus the perfect mix of party music from our FREE DISCO to keep the dance floor full during our breaks
All Chameleon performances are supported by the use of a high quality PA system and intelligent lighting to create the perfect ambience. We’re happy to provide the music between our sets too, but also have the facility to play your own MP3s if you wish.
Collectively, Chameleon’s biography is comprehensive and covers every area of the music industry. Most of this work has been Radio & TV broadcasts and Pop & Rock music concerts/tours, which have brought us into contact with many prominent artistes from the world of popular music i.e. Robbie Williams, Scissor Sisters & Sting and broadcasting i.e. Jools Holland, Jonathan Ross & Peter Kay.