The Scratch Band is a well-established London party band founded in 1993. We are experienced and professional and play an eclectic mix of covers from the 1960’s to the present day, as well as our own compositions.
We promise an energetic live show, guaranteed to keep all age gig-items on the dance floor (or at the bar). Our line-up features keyboards, alto sax, flute, guitars, bass and percussion. We have four vocalists with two lead singers and two backing vocals and often feature four-part a capella harmonies.
We play for charity events, corporate evenings, birthday parties, and any other reason. We have performed at the following, very varied, venues:
Comedy Pub, Leicester Square / Haverstock Arms, Haverstock Hill / Legends, Camden / Interchange Studios, Belsize Park / The Fly, New Oxford Street / The Enterprise, Camden / Tower Tavern, Fitzrovia / Bloomsbury Ballroom, Bloomsbury Square /Basing House, Kingsland Road / White Horse, Parsons Green / The Forge, Camden
The Scratch Band is available for bookings. For more information or to discuss availability, please email us at info[at]the-scratch-band[dot]co[dot]uk
The Scratch Band headlined at the Water Rats live music venue on Gray's Inn road WC1
The Scratch Band will be playing at The Big Fair in Heath Street as part of the Hampstead Summer Festival.
It will be a great day out! See the website for more information: hampsteadsummerfestival.com
The Scratch Band will be playing once again at The Enterprise in Camden, opposite Chalk Farm underground
Last time we packed the room… We hope to see you there!
The Scratch Band is one of five bands playing at The Enterprise, opposite Chalk Farm underground in Camden
Coming up…Gig at the newly opened Brooklyn Bowl…EAT.DRINK.ROCK.ROLL
"Blows our minds. One of the most incredible places on Earth"
—Rolling Stone Magazine
Coming up… the perfect birthday celebration for 180 people at the fabulous Bloomsbury Ballroom.
The Scratch Band are playing upstairs at Ronnie Scotts for a corporate event this May.
We’re playing an intimate ‘unplugged’ gig at Kettners this February for 80 people.
Supporting Marky Mark and the Big Shorts in a charity gig to support Bolivian orphans for a 120 person audience.