Lucky No. 7
East Anglian based 4 piece rock covers band...
Lucky No. 7 formed in 2013 and have built up a solid reputation playing pubs, clubs, weddings and festivals. The band are renowned for their 'non-stop gigs'. They play every show right through from start to finish which, depending on the venue, has been for up to 3 hours! Not only does this give amazing value for the venue but the audience get to see and enjoy much more music.
Notable appearances to date include StowFiesta 2018, where compere Stephen Foster, of BBC Radio Suffolk, later enlisted Lucky. No. 7 to play the Saturday headline slot at the Ipswich Maritime Festival later that year. On the back of this performance they were invited to play the penultimate slot at Ipswich Music Day 2019.
The band are very active on the live music scene and play at a variety of venues throughout East Anglia. Armed with a setlist that is sure to please any crowd, Lucky No. 7 provide outstanding live entertainment where-ever they go.
Some handy information for venues looking to book Lucky No. 7
Do we need to provide anything?
The band have you covered. They exclusively use top of the range equipment to put on a professional show. This consists of a quality Yamaha PA system with subwoofers as required to suit any size venue. All of the sound is routed through an Allen & Heath desk and full stage lighting is provided. All they ask is for adequate space to set up and a minimum of two sockets to power it all!
How long do you play for?
Lucky No. 7 play every show without taking a break, typically this is 2 to 3 solid hours for most pub gigs. You don't have to worry about people moving on from your venue as the band will keep them going. Music will be played through the sound system in the lead up to the start time and for a short period after they've finished playing.
What type of music do you play?
A typical gig for Lucky No. 7 will see them play some of the best cover songs from the following artists:
Blue Oyster Cult
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Guns N' Roses
The band regularly rehearse and rotate new material into their setlist. Please see an example setlist here.
Lucky No. 7 would like to pass on their gratitude to those mentioned below:
Matt Smith & Dave Markwell for several of the stunning photographs which appear on this website.
Stephen Foster of BBC Radio Suffolk for the opportunity to perform at major music events.
The sound engineers on the stages which the band have played, they couldn't do it without you!
All of the venues that have hosted and continue to accommodate Lucky No. 7, supporting live music.
Each and every one of you guys who take the time to come and watch the band in action, it means the world!