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Rock & Pop Covers Band




Tommy and The Fuse have become one of the most in-demand 'event' bands in the south-west after enjoying years of gigging internationally, supporting chart acts and rocking celebrity weddings. 


Between the four band members, their musical history includes work alongside Elton John, Jools Holland, Cheryl Cole, Ricky Gervais, Lionel Richie and recording at Abbey Road.  Their set lists are as varied as their tastes, and when they’re not creating their own tunes, they’re putting their own spin on hundreds of classic tracks by the likes of Madness, The Black Eyed Peas, The Killers, Ed Sheeran, Rudimental, Maroon 5, Queen and Bruno Mars.  In short; they can play 'whatever it takes to help a few thousand people jump up and down


  • Four piece band (Lead Vocal/Keys, Lead Vocal/Guitar, Bass, Drums)

  • Can extend the lineup to a 7 piece, inc. 2 female vocalists & saxophonist

  • Varied set list, ranging from the 60’s to todays hits

  • ‘Choose from the set list’ option available, so you can specify the songs you do want (and don’t want) to hear on the night!

  • Band supply a self-contained service, providing a professional PA System for up to 350 people if required and professional lighting. Larger events also catered for.

  • DJ service provided - your whole evening’s entertainment catered for

  • PAT Test certificate, Public Liability Insurance certificate, Health & Safety Method Statement and Risk Assessment available on request


  • Day music option available, including live vocals with piano provided by Tommy Lewis.

  • Portable Baby Grand Stage Piano option can supplied on request, suitable for indoors/outdoor performances.

  • Additional musicians can be added if required, including acoustic guitarist.


"Everyone is still raving at how fantastic you are. I cannot recommend Tommy & The Fuse highly enough"


"What an end to the night! You guys knocked it out the park. Thank you so much!"

Steve & Rachael

"Thank you for making our wedding full of great music and (questionable) dance moves!"


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