Cover Band in Springwood, NSW
- Travels up to 200 km
- From $1,000 to $1,500
Available on Fri Sat Sun
12 people have checked out this act in the last fortnight. Calendars book up fast!
The Quokkas are a three piece covers band playing songs from 1950's til now ... Well the good news is, we are a fun and entertaining band AND very adaptable to suit the audience and your event.
The excellent sound of this three piece band is due to many factors. Joe's powerful voice drives the vocals with Barry completing the singing with his finely honed harmonies. The top and mid range of the instrumental sound comes from Joe's clever rhythms and intricate lead playing and Barry fills the bottom end with sold bass. Finally, Davy lays down a solid beat keeping it all together.
Patrons often compliment us on our variety and we have made many loyal friends.
Todd's Wedding in Millthorpe, Aug 2020
Outstanding wedding band. Could not imagine a better group to play for our wedding. Everyone enjoyed them and we received heaps of praise from guests about their performance and setlist. They learned 5 new songs specifically upon our request and nailed all of them, including the first dance song. Really friendly fellas too.
We are three piece acoustic band (with a big sound). Acoustic Guitars x2, Vocals x2, Drums x1 (just a Snare and cymbal played with brushes)
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We are an acoustic band with quality equipment (light/sound). We have a very adaptable setup, our sound can be very full or even quite quiet. What would you like?
Patrons compliment us on not being like every other band. Bands these days still play great songs however we aim to be just that little bit more different.
Songs are from the 30s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, 2010s and growing. Some of our Irish songs are even a few centuries old.
At our last gig we played (just to give you an idea):
To her door (Paul Kelly (1987))
I'm On Fire (Bruce Springsteen (1984))
Ship of fools (World Party (1986))
Perfect (Ed Sheeran (2017))
The 59Th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) (Simon & Garfunkel (1966))
No Secrets (Angels (1980), Missy Higgins (2014))
Learning to Fly (Tom Petty (1991))
Beggar on the Street of Love (Paul Kelly (1992), Vika & Linda)
Galway Girl (Steve Earle (2000))
Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver (1971))
Here comes the sun (The Beatles (1969))
It's All Over Now (The Rolling Stones (1964))
I Kissed A Girl (Katy Perry (2008))
Daydream Believer (The Monkeys (1968))
Fall At Your Feet (Crowded House (1991))
Baby One More Time (Britney Spears (1998))
Let Her Go (Passenger (2012))
Wild Mountain Thyme (Francis McPeake 1st (c1822s))
I Only Want To Be With You (Dusty Springfield (1964))
Wuthering Heights (Kate Bush (1978))
Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond (1969))
Don't Stop (Fleetwood Mac (1977))
Runaway (Del Shannon (1961))
Wagon Wheel (Old Crow Medicine Show (2004))
Am I Not Pretty Enough (Kasey Chambers (2001))
As I Roved Out (aka Night Visit) (Christy Moore))
Don't worry be happy (Bobby McFerrin (1988))
Yellow (Coldplay (2000))
Hit The Road Jack (Ray Charles (1961))
Back To The Wall (Divinyls (1988), Missy Higgins (2014))
Heroes (David Bowie (1977))
Bohemian Like You (The Dandy Warhols (2000))
Stuck in the Middle (Stealer's Wheel (1972))
Echo Beach (Martha and the Muffins (1979))
Can't get you out of my head (Kylie Minogue (2012))
In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins (1981))
Sister Madly (Crowded House (1988))
I'm A Believer (The Monkeys (1966))
500 Miles (The Proclaimers (1994))
Nutbush City Limits (Ike and Tina Turner (1973))
Moves like Jagger (Maroon 5 (2011))
Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison (1967))
On the bright side of the road (Van Morrison (1979))
Old Time Rock and Roll (Bob Seger (1978))
Call Me (Blondie (1980))
Opportunity (Pete Murray (2005))
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash (1955))
Fire and Rain (James Taylor (1970))
Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again (Angels (1977))
Thats Alright Mama (Elvis Presley (1954))
Hurt (Johnny Cash (2002), Nine Inch Nails (1994))
We are fully insured via “Duck for Cover”.