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Keywords: Corporate Entertainment |  Postmodern Jukebox cover band | Unique Corporate Entertainment 

 

Bring the glamour and sophistication of the roaring 1920's to life with

Like A Version

as they play the modern songs you love, in an original vintage, swingin' style that EVERYONE will love. 

 

Providing unique entertainment for 1920's, Prohibition, Gatsby, or Peaky Blinders theme parties, corporate & wedding events in Ireland, with drinks reception & full party band options.

Catch us if you can

Keywords: gatsby theme band, swing band and band for gatsby theme, modern swing band

TESTIMONIALS

‘For our 1 Year Anniversary Party we contacted Like A Version to play at the event after seeing their vintage swing twist on popular songs. Simply put we could not have picked a better act for the occasion!!! Iseult & the gang played perfectly to the crowd & were the highlight of the night creating an amazing energy in our restaurant. Their appearance, song selection & rhythm set the tone of the occasion with every single on of our guests bopping away in their seats while sipping on their Martinis & French 75's. We were that happy with Like A Version we have booked them in for our Christmas Party Nights & hope to book them several more times before demand gets too high!”

 

Wayne - No. Three Old Bar & Restaurant, Collon, Co. Louth


 

“Hi Guys, Thank you all so so much for yesterday, you were amazing! We have had super feedback about you and we are so thrilled with how it went.

Thank you again, Paula”

 

Paula Sheary, Marketing Coordinator, Dundrum Town Centre

 

 

“We recently had Like a Version at our event & they were fantastic. They were lively & energetic & really set the tone everyone was tapping their feet & really enjoyed the mix of music & songs of a talented bunch of musicians & beautiful voice of Iseult. Thank you Like a Version for helping to make our event a great success & everyone was saying how much they loved you. I can totally recommend this band for any occasion.”

 

Margaret Foley, Director, CFNCRF