The FWM Collective

The FWM Collective

Live Band

Audio Clips

      1. Move On UP

      2. Talk Dirty/ Get Right Mashup

      3. Superstition Mashup

      4. Everywhere

      5. Adventure Of A Lifetime

      6. Thinking Out Loud
Profile

The FWM Collective are a sophisticated four piece line up which offer an eclectic mix of tunes and quirky mash ups. Think Luther Vandross meets 90’s RnB with a smattering of Rock n Roll and you’ll have some idea of what I am talking of. With two very distinct lead singers each with their own vocal range and style it allows the band to morph into a whole range of musical genres depending upon who’s in the crowd and what musical the situation requires.
One minute the band can be on a soulful funk groove the next a rip roaring tour de force of anthemic rock n roll, all in the blink of an eye. The bands repertoire is constantly evolving and as such the guys are happy to learn your special song if it’s not already part of their extensive repertoire.
All four members of the band are full time musicians who do this for a living and take great pride in what they do. Drawn from some of the North’s best music college’s the guys aren’t a regular “function” band and seeing them live is something more akin to what you might expect at a stadium gig. These guys are not to be missed!

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Testimonials (4)

We chose Nick and his amazing band for our wedding as my sister spotted them at her friends wedding.
They were without doubt the best choice we made. They played for the ceremony and throughout the entire day. I trusted them completely with the song choices and they chose so well.

Everybody the best day and that night commented on how amazing they were. They had everyone dancing and shouting for more right until the very end. Several sprains and falls later people were still going for it

In the build up to the wedding Nick couldn’t have been more helpful or accommodating. He convinced me to have a first dance which I was in two minds about. He learned Praise you , Fat Boy Slim and I’m so glad we had a first dance ( despite some odd moves from both of us)

Couldn’t recommend these guys plus the saxophonist and female singer Pip highly enough
Lauren Clarke
12 April ·

Wow! What can I say?

Well for me, the bride, this was a little bit of a surprise as I left Nathan to pick and choose a band for our wedding. What an amazing job he did in finding you guys!

I loved the song choices, you were right to recommend a fourth band member as it really sounded great and I don’t think I left the dance floor for most of the evening. That was my mission, as I knew that way I’d enjoy my night.

Our guests were loving it! Even the ones I thought wouldn’t get up and dance. So many people asked about you afterwards too.

I think my husband wins some brownie points on this one! Hope you got some great videos. We have some which we will share.

Thanks guys.
Jade Leoni
2 April ·

A huge thank you to all the band, especially Nick for making our wedding day so special. We still hear amazing comments from our guests about the music being amazing. We always recommend you and will always continue to do so. Thank you all.

Josh Fullalove
10 February ·

We just wanted to say the biggest ‘thank you’ to the entire band Pip & Jimmy…just WOW! So we knew you were going to be good, but we had no idea just how good. Absolutely amazing! You literally made our day. We wish we could relive it, but this time be guests at our own wedding so we could stand back and listen to you guys without interruption. From the wonderful daytime acoustic set to having the dance floor jam packed the WHOLE night long. Totally blown away! We are also super grateful to you for learning so many tracks for us and for allowing us to be so specific with the set list. Everything ran so smoothly and was just perfect! Baker Street was super special too. Thank you guys. We couldn’t recommend you enough, and we truly hope that one day we will find an excuse to book you all again! Jem & Ric (Hitched @ Askham Hall on 6 May 2017!)
Jemma Marshall
28 June 2017 ·