Befuggled provide an effervescent blend of soul, disco and rhythm 'n' blues. Described in NME as “a highly entertaining soul outfit”, the band has played throughout the country in venues such as The Globe Theatre, Hampton Court Palace, Chelsea Football Ground, The Dorchester London and The Intercontinental Park Lane, and has provided support for such musical greats as Art Garfunkel, Jools Holland and Katie Melua.

Scorching hot horns and a rhythm section that has played with some of soul and disco's biggest names (Rose Royce, The Real Thing, Boney M, Shalamar, George McCrae and Dexy’s Midnight Runners) provide the backing for the Fug Lady’s sensational vocals.

Befuggled's legendary stage show consists of over two intense hours of sweat-drenched soul, delivered with breath-taking power and energy.

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What's included?

Befuggled offer 2 line-ups:

  • 7 Piece Band: 1 x female vocal, guitar, bass, drums, keys, trumpet and sax
  • 5 Piece Band: 1 x female vocal, guitar, bass, drums, keys

This includes:

  • Performance duration: 2 x 60 minutes
  • In between sets: Complimentary laptop music (or you can add a Toast DJs package)
  • High quality PA and lighting system and sound engineer
  • Public liability insurance

Optional Extras: 

  • Wedding breakfast / dinner / drinks reception – background music available on request for an additional fee)
  • Toast DJs add on package
  • Early set up or late finish (additional fees will apply)
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You guys were fantastic and I would not hesitate in booking you again. The atmosphere was great, the music was great and you were all lovely. I hope that we will have the opportunity to book you again next year.

Natalie Lea Marketing & Commercial Executive, Brighton Racecourse

We loved Befuggled. Their sound was fantastic and the lead singer was not only beautiful to look at, but she had a tremendous voice. I would like to thank you again for helping us choose them. The next time we want to do something similar I won’t hesitate to get in contact again.

Peter Willis, Party in Sussex, March 2014
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