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  • What type of music do The Pop Pickers play?
    The Pop Pickers play a range of music from the 1950's, 60's and 70's era. Songs consist of pop, rock 'n' roll, rock and ballads. The band's ethos is to play classic tunes that people will know and be able to dance and sing along with. You can hear some of our recorded music on our YouTube Channel
  • When were The Pop Pickers established?
    The Pop Pickers were formed late in 2015 but played their first gig in March 2016.
  • Who are the members of The Pop Pickers?
    The Pop Pickers consist of four members: Marlow Gillham - Guitar, keyboards and lead vocals Graham Day - Bass guitar and vocals Ian Templeton - Guitar and vocals Robbie Clarke - Drums
  • What areas do The Pop Pickers cover?
    The Pop Pickers cover a wide area, mainly the central south coast region. As a guide we play from Swanage to the west and Bognor Regis to the east. We also cover Hampshire, West Sussex and Surrey. We have also played in London and Bristol for select occasions.
  • Can we book The Pop Pickers for a private party?
    Yes you can. We play many private parties, typically for birthdays, weddings, anniversarys and other celebration events. We have even played 'Celebration of Life' events. If you are interested in a private event booking please try and book early. The Pop Pickers are often booked 18 months in advance so the sooner you get in touch the more chance there is of availability on the date(s) of your choice. For contact details click here.
  • How much does it cost to book The Pop Pickers?
    The fee is dependent on a number of factors, namely: location, playing time, early set up requirements, other special requirements. Please contact the band with your requirement to get a firm and fixed price.
  • What songs do The Pop Pickers play?
    The Pop Pickers play a range of songs from the 1950's, 60's and 70's. The set changes frequently as new songs are added and some retired. You can see a typical list of songs here.
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