Below are some of the artists that have worked with Mack's Music. If you would like further details of any of them, we are happy to put you in contact. We are not an agency, however, we do support musicians and get work for them whenever we can.
A trio of tenor saxophone, guitar and female vocals.
Funny and engaging, Pastry Shoes will soothe you with their easy-listening jazz and swing and have you singing and dancing to popular hits from the 1940’s to the present day.
Pastry Shoes love to dress up and will welcome you into their vintage parlour furnished with fringed lamps and bird cages.
Pastry Shoes make every occasion unique with their warm and endearing performances. They provide whimsical entertainment for weddings/celebrations/parties/dinners/festivals.
Based in Cheshire UK, they normally play throughout the North West of England and the Midlands, but are always willing to consider anything further afield.
The culmination of a lifes work, by someone we haven't met yet! On a serious note we should carry a warning, Terry has a "BANJO" and refuses to leave it in it"s case. Adi, Iain, Terry and Jayne have the ability to talk a load of old Codswallop, so the name was a no brainer. We now enjoy playing "Acoustic Nonsense for the Masses" , wherever we're allowed. The recent release of our first album, has been well received, with nobody asking for there money back! A further release is imminent.
If you like Neil Young, you will love Dan! Ever popular on the North West music scene, Daniel woods delivers some iconic tunes in the style of Neil Young. His soft guitar and angelic voice are a real treat
Loved wherever they go, Trish Watt and Krystal Cooper formed THE PURPLETONES in 2014 after having admired each other’s talents for quite some time, appearing on the same bill at various venues.
Their combined experience of live performance is vast and varied and has taken them the length and breadth of the UK and beyond.
"THE PURPLETONES; an unearthed hidden gem of musical talent . Trish Watt and Krystal Cooper astound with guitar playing genius and vocals supreme."
- Glevan Laine, Independant Music Journalist
A unique sounding duo from Cheshire who perform a healthy blend of jazz, blues and swing. Be it standards, New Orleans, hot jazz or prohibition blues!
Their love, feel and dynamic approach to the music they play offers a fresh feel to music that should sound old fashioned. Joanne & Barny are both seasoned musicians. Having paid their dues doing thousands of gigs with various line-ups all over the UK and Europe. Joanne is an accomplished songwriter and band leader with a voice that turns heads in the noisiest of rooms, backed by Barny’s dynamic guitar style this duo are a must for music lovers worldwide.
The blend of breathtaking vocals from Joanne with the warm mellow tones of Barny's guitar, leave any audience feeling they have been a part of something very special
Sam Lyon is an acoustic singer-songwriter from Cheshire, england Gigging since the age of 14, Sam has played to overwhelming crowds at well known festivals and music venues all over the UK, from London's Pinewood Studios to Liverpool's Albert Docks. She completed a UK tour in August 2015 with a Swedish artist, racking up CD sales all over the country.
In 2013, Sam was spotted by sound engineer, John Delf, who has worked with the likes of Kylie Minogue, James Arthur, 5 Seconds of Summer, Lily Allen, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and many more. John, alongside mark winterburn, helped produce Sam’s records, 'Promise Me', 'The Bitter Taste of Bliss', 'EVERY SECOND COUNTS', and 'CONSTELLATIONS', all of which have been picked up by BBC Introducing and various other radio stations, as well as gaining international attention.
Chris Tavener is the witty, satirical songwriter saying things that everybody thinks, but nobody says. Rock ‘n’ roll infused with comedy. Folk dipped in satire.
It’s like Peep Show set to music! If Jimmy Carr played guitar...he would be Chris Tavener.
“Comedic genius” - Pop Culture Pipebomb
Originally from Northwich in Cheshire, Chris began writing and producing demo albums annually from age 17. He writes storytelling songs about the ironic comedy in everything from drunken romance, celebrity worship, football hooligans and small town problems.In the past year, Chris has performed at Glastonbury Festival, The Great Escape, Latitude Festival and The Edinburgh Fringe to name but a few.
The very talented multi-instrumentalist Eddie Ogle. He plays too many instruments to list, however, his guitar is never far from reach. Expect to hear some masterful playing, as he takes to the stage for a real musical treat.
They're not the next big girl band....they're not the next big boy band.......they're a band with big girls and big boys in it!Fun Fun Fun!!! We love to have fun when we play and we love it even more when others have fun with us. With 5 vocalists we have plenty of versatility and can cover may genre's.