Wedding & Function Setlist

Whether it’s a Wedding or Function, you can’t help but dance to great music, especially…
Funk * Soul * Disco * Pop

Dodgey Practice have over 20 years experience behind them a creating a great setlist to get everyone up and dancing at a Wedding or Function. As well as a number of classics that have stood the test of time, we are constantly adding new material to our repertoire, be this the latest chart releases, or an oldie but goodie that we know will make people want to dance.

Our setlist is carefully crafted, taking into consideration that most audiences have varying tastes in music, and we want everyone to enjoy themselves and get up and dance, we also work carefully to ensure there is a mix of tempos, and the key from song to song is complementary.

Below is just an example of the music we cover:

Ain’t Nobody (Chaka Khan)
Ain’t No Stopping Us Now (McFadden & Whitehead)
Black & Gold (Sam Sparrow)
Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison)
California Gurls (Katy Perry)
Canned Heat (Jamiroquai)
Car Wash (Rose Royce)
Chain of Fools (Aretha Franklin/Commitments)
Crazy (Gnarles Barkley)
Dancin In the Street (Martha & The Vandellas)
Disco Inferno (Trammps)
Everybody Dance (Chic)
Forget You (Cee Lo Green)
Get Down On It (Kool & the Gang)
Get Lucky (Daft Punk)
Gimme Some Lovin (Blues Brothers Version)
Good Times (Chic)
He’s the Greatest Dancer (Chic)
Hold On I’m Coming (Sam & Dave)
How Sweet It is (Junior Walker)
I Feel Good (James Brown)
I Heard it Through the Grapevine (Marvin Gaye)
I Want Your Love (Chic)
I Wish (Stevie Wonder)
Knock On Wood (Eddie Floyd)
Lady Marmalade (LaBelle)
Locked out of Heaven (Bruno Mars)
Long Train Running (Doobie Brothers)
Memphis Soul Stew (King Curtis)
Mercy (Duffy/Third Degree)
Moving On Up (M People)
Night Fever (Bee Gees)
Pick up the Pieces (Average White Band)
Play that Funky Music (Wild Cherry)
Pokerface (Lady Ga Ga)
Relight My Fire (Take That/Dan Hartman)
September (Earth Wind & Fire)
Shakey Ground (The Temptations)
Signed, Sealed Delivered (Stevie Wonder)
Sir Duke (Stevie Wonder)
Soul Man (Sam & Dave)
Special Brew (Bad Manners)
Staying Alive (Bee Gees)
Stone Cold Sober (Paloma Faith)
Streetlife (Randy Crawford)
Superstition (Stevie Wonder)
Sweet home Chicago (Blues Brothers)
Take me to the River (Commitments style)
Talkin Loud (Incognito)
Treasure (Bruno Mars)
Turn On Tune In (Freak Power)
Unchain my Heart (Jo Cocker/Commitments)
Valerie (Mark Ronson)
Walking on Sunshine (Katrina and the Waves)
We are Family (Sister Sledge)
You Should Be Dancing (Bee Gees)

Setlist F.A.Q’s

We have the experience to know what works and what doesn’t when it comes to getting the audience going. Along with our years of experience,  we have three great singers and try to balance the flow of when each singer takes the lead, this means that you can’t create your own setlist, however, if there is a song above that you particularly love or hate, let us know and we will try to make sure we include/exclude it as appropriate.
We usually divide our entertainment into 2 x 1hr sets (with music through the PA system before, during and after).

On some occasions, such as festivals, we will play one long set, usually shortening it to 1hr 30mins or so.

There are a few options for the first dance at your wedding.

  1. Choose an existing song from our repertoire and let us know you’d like that as the first dance.
  2. You choose a song which then gets played though the PA System on an mp3 player or CD.
  3. Ask us to play a song that’s not part of our usual repertoire – for work that’s not part of our repertoire, we ask for plenty of notice (we’ll rehearse the song a few times to make sure it’s perfect for your wedding day) and there may be an additional charge to cover rehearsal costs ann the bands time learning the song for you.
Great, drop us an email on the contact page and we’ll have a listen.

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