The Quik Beats are a five-piece rock and soul band who deliver an upbeat ‘tribute’ to iconic 60s music. The band draws its repertoire from the material made famous by mid-sixties “British Invasion” bands, American soul artists of the era and the psychedelic bands from the ”summer of love”.
Majoring on high quality vocals and virtuoso musicianship their show has become a firm favourite with established venues across the Midlands.
The Quik Beats’ goal is authenticity, right from the choice of their instruments through to their stage presentation, and this eye for detail along with the band’s professional outlook is reflected in the high quality of their performances.
At a Quik Beats gig you can expect to hear an eclectic mix of iconic guitar tracks from artists like The Kinks and The Who, Hammond driven classics from The Spencer Davis Group and Booker T and The MGs, rare soul from Nolan Porter and Julian Covey and a wide range of danceable tracks that’ll get your party started and remind your audience why they’ve always loved the music of the 1960s.
Check out our Jukebox page to hear a few of the bands that inspire The Quik Beats sound.
Whilst “mod” may be a shorthand description for The Quik Beats, in reality the band deliver a product with a far wider and more general appeal. Based centrally the band are available for engagements across the UK and can provide a full package including PA and lighting for the majority of venues.
But don’t just take our word for it – read our testimonials.
The Quik Beats play more than 30 gigs per year all around the country so there’s always an opportunity to catch them live.Visit the Gig Guide »
Each member of the band is accomplished and entirely focused on recreating the authentic live experience of hard working, late 60s music performers. The effort they put into their individual performances and into creating a show that audiences will remember is obvious at every gig.
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Mods v Rockers ! Brought together on one stage, all the music that divided the greatest decade in pop https://t.co/1qzNirnwSZ1 month ago
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