O'Shea's, Luton [Pub & Food Bar]
Well what can i say. Another truly brilliant performance from a truly worthwhile band.
Place was buzzing and quite busy compared to previous weeks band.
Have seen this band at various venues and they never fail to deliver a great evenings entertainment.
Very professional musicians and well versed at what they do.
If you havent had a chance to sample this band yet then dont miss out when theyre near your town!
Definitely worth travelling to see, you wont be dissapointed.Kram, Thursday 19 March 2020
Cheers Kram, great gig and a great venue...
Love you guys very talented always a good nite
sharonTuesday 19 November 2013
Thank you Sharon!! :-)
You blew everyones socks off as i am sure you know. the whole pub loved what you did. not only did you do country which irish pubs love but you did a few irish numbers too. The rock n roll and Elvis was amazing. The Elvis sounded better than any Elvis impersonator i have ever seen. Both of these two have amazing voice and by the looks of it really enjoy what they do. They put an massive amount of effort in to performing. clearly they are not doing it to get paid they are doing it for the love of it and the need to put on a great show for everyone watching. The pub was packed & its not a small place, i dont know if the others were there for the band or not but they all stuck around once they heard them sing. looking forward to seeing these guys again in O'shea's on boxing day. Respect where is due, nice one guys.
PadsMonday 18 November 2013
A great night had by all with some fantastic live music from The Wilsons. Lovely pub with great food. great band. amazing song choices. Thank you for a great evening of entertainment & fun.
PaulTuesday 7 May 2013
In my opinion, this is the best act I have seen to hit the Luton live music scene in a long time. Although these guys sing along to backing tracks, their amazing voices and enthusiasm make up for the lack of a live band, although, as well as singing, Karen does play the acoustic guitar.
Visibly presenting a 50's throwback look, this couple produced a medley of songs that engaged their entire audience in nostalgia, which kept them toe-tapping and clapping to all night. It was clear for all to see from the charisma between them on stage that their performance reflects a happy marriage and reveals a couple who love working together. There are no egos here - just modest, down-to-earth, folks who happen to have bags of talent. This couple don't need to rely on wise cracks or corny jokes to get an audience onside - their natural stage presence does all that for them and then clinches the deal the moment they open their mouths to sing!
Packing a punch with every song they do, my particular favourites were Paul's rendition of "My Girl" (sung at a standard rarely seen in pubs nowadays) and Karen's airing of Connie Francis' "Where the Boys Are" (which was out of this world) and a great version of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". Stand aside all you other similar acts! Your tired, worn out versions sung with merely adequate vocals simply don't hold a candle to this duo.
My sincere thanks to the Wilsons for such a fantastic night. May your amazing talents bring you both all you could wish for.
dave PhillipsTuesday 26 February 2013