"The 3 Sixties certainly live up to their billing as 'The Authentic Sounds of the 60s'. They gave slick and polished performances when they appeared at Retro Festival and really wowed the audiences so we'll certainly be inviting them back. And they're a really great bunch of guys too!"
Martin Fuggles, Retro Festival
The feedback from the audience at the last 3 Sixties show at The Jam House, was that the night was one of the most entertaining nights they have had in a long time. I would recommend The 3 Sixties as a band with a great attention to detail, a relaxed & professional attitude and a fantastic repertoire.
John Bunce, The Jam House, Birmingham.
The 3 Sixties sense of professionalism and musicianship was matched by their fantastic set of 60’s songs and a great reception by this years amazing crowd. The 3 Sixties were a firm favorite with our audience & I’m sure we’ll be working with the guys again in the near future. I urge anyone looking for a truly authentic & energentic 60’s group, to check these guys out.
Darren Bradley, Music Mania Festival.
The 3 Sixties certainly know how to put on a show. In short, the band are clearly passionate about what they do and that passion is expressed through their live performance. From our initial conversation leading up to the event through to providing us with a fantastic night of brilliant music, the lads were a pleasure to work with. I'm sure that if you get chance to catch their brilliant set, they will leave you with the same conclusion!
N. Maddocks, Cadbury Club, Birmingham.
Expanding year on year & always looking for something new & fresh, the team at Skybolt always aims to appeal to its long time supporters as well as attracting new people to the event. After our last & hugely successful show, I would recommend The 3 Sixties to anyone looking for a band that has such a wide appeal. I have been happy to forward the bands details on to a number of people aiming to find a professional act with a fantastic repertoire for their event . Good lads playing great music.
Steve Clifford, Skybolt.