When a like minded attachment of musical aficionados' grace the stage the result speaks for itself. To encapsulate a genre of music that appeals to all generations is a winning formula effortlessly perfected by the band 'Lucky Seven'.
What started as a predominantly swing band doing Sinatra, Crosby, Martin and Prima standard tunes or the more contemporary Royal Crown Review, they were quick to expand their repertoire with strains of jazz, roots rock n' roll and rockabilly. Their wide appeal is evident and can have all ages and any joint jumping. A driving rhythm section coupled with hostile horns blend together suitably with full-size vocals.
Comprising vocals, drums, upright bass, guitar, trumpet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone and baritone saxophone. But what's more is their appearance. Complementary to the music is their garb 'a la gangster'. Singularly they are accomplished muso's but together they are a force to be reckoned with.
Corporate clients include the Adelaide Casino (where they hold the record for the longest performing resident band), National Wine Centre of Australia, Cancer Council SA, BAE Systems Australia, Hyundai, PriceWaterhouseCooper and the Adelaide Carols by Candlelight, amongst many others.