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Lisa Fraser


Lisa Fraser is quite simply one of the finest singers in Scotland. A real professional, classy and slick; quite simply one of the best ways we know to add glamour to your event.

Lisa Fraser, Glasgow wedding singer

In an age of instant fame via X Factor or Britain's Got Talent, of karaoke singers turned "professional," it's heartening to know that there are still entertainers out there who's success is based on the three foundations of showbusiness; talent, versatility and professionalism. Lisa Fraser can rightly lay claim to being the complete entertainer.

Lisa earns her living as a musician. Widely recognised as one of the best in the business, any event featuring her is guaranteed to deliver the right results; happy guests and if required, a full dance floor!

Lisa performs self contained - in other words she'll bring with her all the equipment she'll need to put on a great show; sound, light, costumes and of course talent. Because she works with specially recorded backing tracks you'll get the sound of a full band but with the focus on this attractive polished performer.

If you're getting married and want an elegant but energetic and varied set of songs for dancing, Lisa is for you. In fact Lisa is perfect for weddings with limited space or budgets but that don't want to skimp on quality.

Have a look at her sample set list to get an idea of just how versatile Lisa is. There really is something for everyone.

As well as her regular wedding, private function and cabaret appearances, Lisa also offers 4 distinct and very high quality tribute shows;

A James Bond themed show, perfect for casinos or movie themed events;

A swing show to give Sinatra a run for his money;

And her incredibly popular 50's tribute show;

Finally, the nostalgic wartime sounds of the 40's;

We've included songs from all of her shows here on her web page. You must agree that Lisa is probably the most versatile performer in the country. Enquire now and we'll provide you with a free quote for any or all of her shows.

It's a cliche to say be quick, but Lisa effectively has four different shows to offer ensuring her diary is always filled with exciting bookings, but if you get in touch today you may be one of the lucky ones!

 

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This is a snapshot of some of the tunes we currently play. We add new songs every week. To listen to our demos click/tap the “Tracks” tab
1.2000s – current
2.10/10,  Paulo Nutini
3.All about that bass (vintage style),  Megan Trainor
4.At last,  Beyonce / Etta James
5.Bad romance,  Lady Gaga
6.Black heart,  Stooshe
7.Broken heels,  Alexandra Burke
8.Can’t get you out of my head,  Kylie
9.Dance with me tonight,  Olly Murs
10.Dear future husband,  Megan Trainor
11.Don’t stop me now,  Queen / McFly
12.Enjoy yourself (it’s later than you think), Jools Holland & Prince Buster
13.Eternal flame,  Atomic Kitten / The Bangles
14.Fields of gold,  Sting (Eva Cassidy version)
15.Hallelujah,  Leonard Cohen / Alexandra Burke
16.Hero,  Enrique Iglesias
17.Hey! Baby,  DJ Otzi  / Bruce Channel / Dirty Dancing
18.Hollywood,  Michael Buble
19.Hot and cold,  Katy Perry
20.Human,  The Killers
21.I kissed a girl,  Katy Perry
22.If tomorrow never comes,  Ronan Keating / Garth Brookes
23.Imagine,  John Lennon (Eva Cassidy version)
24.It doesn’t matter anymore,  Eva Cassidy / Buddy Holly
25.Just can’t get enough,  The Saturdays
26.Just dance,  Lady Gaga
27.Ladies nite,  Atomic Kitten / Kool and the gang
28.Like a star,  Corinne Bailey Rae
29.Marry you,  Bruno Mars
30.My life would suck without you,  Kelly Clarkson
31.Never forget you,  The Noisettes
32.Next to me,  Emile Sande
33.On my own,  Les Miserables
34.Only girl (in the world),  Rihanna
35.Other side of the world,  K.T. Tunstall
36.Out of reach,  Gabrielle
37.Over the rainbow,  Eva Cassidy / Melody Gardot
38.Pack up,  Eliza Doolittle
39.Poker face,  Lady Gaga
40.Price tag,  Jessie J
41.Pure and simple,  Hearsay
42.Put your records on,  Corinne Bailey Rae
43.Reach for the stars,  S Club 7
44.Release me,  Agnes
45.Single ladies,  Beyonce
46.Skyfall,  Adele
47.Someone like you,  Adele
48.Spirit in the sky,  Norman Greenbaum / Gareth Gates
49.Stuck in the middle with you,  Louise / Stealers Wheel / Michael Buble
50.Superstar,  Jamelia
51.Sway,  Dean Martin / Michael Buble / Pussy Cat Dolls
52.Telephone,  Lady Gaga & Beyonce
53.The boy does nothing,  Alesha Dixon
54.Think we’re alone now,  Girls Aloud / Tiffany
55.To make you feel my love,  Adele
56.Treasure,  Bruno Mars
57.Up,  The Saturdays
58.Upside down,  Paloma Faith
59.Valerie,  Amy Winehouse
60.We found love,  Rihanna
61.What took you so long?  Emma Bunton
62.Whole again,  Atomic Kitten
63.You and I,  Lady Gaga
64.1990s
65.Believe,  Cher
66.Caledonia,  Dougie MacLean / Frankie Miller
67.Don’t know why,  Norah Jones
68.Dreams,  Fleetwood Mac / The Corrs
69.Fields of gold,  Sting (Eva Cassidy version)
70.From this moment,  Shania Twain
71.Hey baby,  DJ Otzi
72.How do I live without you,  Leanne Rhymes
73.I’ll be there,  Jackson 5 / Mariah Carey
74.I’ll be there for you,  The Rembrandts / Theme from Friends
75.Killing me softly with his song,  Roberta Flack / The Fugees
76.Love is all around,  Wet Wet Wet
77.Man I feel like a woman,  Shania Twain
78.Movin on up,  The M People
79.My heart will go on,  Celine Dion / Theme from Titanic
80.Rhythm of my heart,  Rod Stewart
81.Rotterdam,  The Beautiful South
82.Runaway,  The Corrs
83.Say what you want,  Texas
84.Songbird,  Eva Cassidy / Fleetwood Mac
85.Step back in time,  Kylie
86.Sweet child o’ mine,  (Sheryl Crow version)
87.Tears on my pillow,  Kylie / Sha-Na-Na (Grease)
88.That don’t impress me much,  Shania Twain
89.The shoop shoop song,  Cher
90.We have all the time in the world,  Louis Armstrong
91.When I fall in love,  Celine Dion & Clive Griffin (Sleepless in Seatle)
92.When you say nothing at all,  Ronan Keating / Alison Krauss
93.When you’re gone,  Bryan Adams & Mel C
94.You are not alone,  Michael Jackson
95.You’re still the one,  Shania Twain
96.1980s
97.9 – 5,  Dolly Parton
98.A little respect,  Erasure
99.Black velvet,   Alannah Myles
100.Crazy little thing called love,  Queen / Michael Buble
101.Don’t stop believing,  Journey / Glee
102.Eternal Flame,  The Bangles / Atomic Kitten
103.Fame,  Irene Cara
104.For your eyes only,  Sheena Easton / James Bond theme
105.Frankie,  Sister Sledge
106.Freedom,  Wham
107.Green Door,  Jim Lowe / Shakin’ Stevens
108.Hungry Eyes,  Eric Carmen / Dirty Dancing
109.I don’t wanna talk about it,  Rod Stewart / Everything but the girl
110.I only wanna be with you,  Dusty Springfield / The Tourists
111.I should be so lucky,  Kylie
112.I think we’re alone now,  Tiffany / Girls Aloud
113.I’ll stand by you,  The Pretenders / Girls Aloud
114.I’m so excited,  The Pointer Sisters
115.If I can’t have you,  Yvonne Elliman
116.If tomorrow never comes,  Ronan Keating / Garth Brookes
117.I’m gonna be (500 miles),  The Proclaimers
118.It’s rainin men,  Weather Girls / Geri Halliwell
119.Just can’t get enough,  Depeche Mode / The Saturdays
120.Let’s stay together,  Al Green / Tina Turner
121.Licence to kill,  Gladys Knight / James Bond theme
122.Loch Lomond,  Runrig
123.Making your mind up,  Bucks Fizz
124.Manic Monday,  The Bangles
125.Mickey,  Toni Basil
126.One way or another,  Blondie
127.On my own,  Les Miserables
128.Perfect,  Eddi Reader / Fairground Attraction
129.Rockin around the Christmas tree,  Kim Wilde / Brenda Lee
130.Simply the best,  Tina Turner
131.Still haven’t found what I’m looking for,  U2
132.Summer of ’69,  Bryan Adams
133.The loco-motion,  Kylie
134.The rose,  Bette Midler
135.They don’t know,  Kirsty MacColl / Tracey Ullman
136.This ol’ house,  Rosemary Clooney / Shakin’ Stevens
137.This old heart of mine,  Isley Brothers / Rod Stewart
138.Torn,  Natalie Imbruglia
139.True colours,  Cyndi Lauper / Glee
140.Walking on sunshine,  Katrina and the Waves
141.Where do broken hearts go,  Whitney Houston
142.Will you still love me tomorrow,  The Shirelles / Dirty Dancing
143.Wind beneath my wings,  Bette Midler
144.You Can’t Hurry Love,  The Supremes / Phil Collins
145.1970s:
146.By the rivers of Babylon,  Boney M
147.Close to you,  The Carpenters
148.Daddy Cool,  Boney M
149.Dancing Queen,  Abba
150.Darlin’,  Frankie Miller
151.Diamonds are forever,  Shirley Bassey / James Bond theme
152.Don’t cry for me Argentina,  Evita
153.Don’t it make my brown eyes blue,  Crystal Gayle
154.Don’t stop,  Fleetwood Mac
155.Don’t stop me now,  Queen
156.Heartache tonight,  The Eagles / Michael Buble
157.Hopelessly devoted to you,  Olivia Newton John
158.Hot Stuff,  Donna Summer
159.I am what I am,  Gloria Gaynor
160.I do,  Abba
161.I don’t wanna talk about it,  Rod Stewart / Everything but the girl
162.I have a dream,  Abba
163.I will survive,  Gloria Gaynor
164.I’ll be there,  Jackson 5 / Mariah Carey
165.Killing me softly with his song,  Roberta Flack / The Fugees
166.Knock on wood,  Eddie Floyd / Amy Stewart
167.Ladies nite,  Kool and the Gang
168.Love really hurts without you,  Billy Ocean
169.Mamma mia,  Abba
170.Never can say goodbye,  Gloria Gaynor
171.Nobody does it better,  Carly Simon / James Bond theme
172.Old time rock and roll,  Bob Seger
173.Rasputin,  Boney M
174.Rockin’ Robin,  Michael Jackson / Bobby Day
175.Signed sealed delivered,  Stevie Wonder / Aretha Franklin
176.Songbird,  Fleetwood Mac / Eva Cassidy
177.Stuck in the middle with you,  Stealers Wheel
178.Sunny,  Boney M
179.Take it to the limit,  The Eagles
180.Tears on my pillow,  Sha-Na-Na (Grease)
181.The first time ever I saw your face,  Roberta Flack
182.The man with the golden gun,  Lulu
183.There’s a kind of hush,  The Carpenters
184.They don’t know,  Kirsty MacColl
185.Top of the world,  The Carpenters
186.Waterloo,  Abba
187.You to me are everything,  The Real Thing
188.You’ve got a friend,  Carole King / James Taylor
189.Young hearts run free,  Candi Staton
190.1960s:
191.And then he kissed me,  The Crystals
192.At last,  Etta James, Beyonce
193.Baby Love,  The Supremes
194.Be my baby,  The Ronettes / Dirty Dancing
195.Big Spender,  Shirley Bassey
196.Blue moon,  Elvis Presley / The Marcels / Grease
197.Bobby’s girl,  Susan Maughan
198.Born to hand jive,  Sha-Na-Na / Grease
199.Breaking up is hard to do,  Neil Sedaka
200.Bring me sunshine,  Morecambe & Wise
201.Brown Eyed Girl,  Van Morrison
202.Build me up buttercup,  The Foundations
203.Can’t help falling in love,  Elvis Presley
204.Come see about me,  The Supremes
205.Crocodile Rock,  Elton John
206.Cupid,  Sam Cooke
207.Da doo ron ron,  The Crystals
208.Dancing in the street,  Martha Reeves and the Vandellas
209.Do you love me,  The Contours
210.Feeling good,  Nina Simone
211.For once in my life,  Stevie Wonder
212.From Russia with love,  Matt Monro / James Bond theme
213.Goldfinger,  Shirley Bassey / James Bond theme
214.Heard it through the grapevine,  Marvin Gaye
215.Hey! Baby,  Bruce Channel / Dirty Dancing / DJ Otzi
216.Higher and higher,  Jackie Wilson
217.I don’t know why I love you (but I do),  Clarence Frogman Henry
218.I’m into something good,  Herman’s Hermits
219.I only wanna be with you,  Dusty Springfield / The Tourists
220.Isn’t she lovely,  Stevie Wonder
221.It’s not unusual, Tom Jones
222.Just 17,  The Beatles
223.Kissing in the back row,  The Drifters
224.Knock on wood,  Eddie Floyd
225.Let’s dance,  Chris Montez
226.Love me tender,  Elvis Presley
227.Ma Cherie Amour,  Stevie Wonder
228.Midnight hour,  Wilson Pickett / The Commitments
229.Mustang Sally,  Wilson Pickett / The Commitments
230.My girl,  The Temptations / Westlife
231.Natural woman,  Carole King /Aretha Franklin
232.Ob La Di,  The Beatles
233.One fine day,  The Chiffons
234.Penny Arcade,  Roy Orbison
235.River deep mountain high,  Tina Turner
236.Sailor,  Petula Clark
237.Saw her standing there,  The Beatles
238.Soul Man,  Sam & Dave
239.Spirit in the sky,  Norman Greenbaum / Gareth Gates
240.Stairway to the stars,  Ella Fitzgerald
241.Stop in the name of love,  The Supremes
242.Sunday kind of love,  Etta James
243.The loco-motion,  Little Eva
244.The shoop shoop song,  Betty Everett / Cher
245.Then he kissed me,  The Crystals
246.These boots were made for walkin,  Nancy Sinatra / Geri Halliwell
247.This is my life,  Shirley Bassey
248.This old heart of mine,  Isley Brothers / Rod Stewart
249.Twistin the night away,  Sam Cooke
250.Unchained Melody,  The Righteous Brothers
251.Under the boardwalk,  The Drifters
252.Viva Las Vegas,  Elvis Presley
253.We have all the time in the world,  Louis Armstrong
254.What a difference a day makes,  Esther Phillips
255.What a wonderful world,  Sam Cooke
256.Why do fools fall in love,  The Supremes
257.Will you still love me tomorrow,  The Shirelles / Dirty Dancing
258.You Can’t Hurry Love,  The Supremes / Phil Collins
259.You don’t have to say you love me,  Dusty Springfield
260.You keep me hanging on,  The Supremes
261.You never can tell,  Chuck Berry
262.You only live twice,  Nancy Sinatra / James Bond theme
263.You’re my world,  Cilla Black
264.1950s:
265.Almost like being in love,  Standard
266.As time goes by,  Louis Armstrong
267.At the hop,  Danny and the Juniors
268.Can’t take my eyes off you,  Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons
269.Cheek to cheek,  Frank Sinatra / Ella Fitzgerald
270.Crazy,  Patsy Cline
271.Cry me a river,  Julie London / Natalie Cole
272.Diamonds are a girl’s best friend,  Marilyn Monroe
273.Do you wanna dance,  Bobby Freeman
274.Dream a little dream,  Ella Fitzgerald / Mamas and the Papas
275.Dream lover,  Bobby Darin
276.End of the world,  Brenda Lee
277.Fever,  Peggy Lee / Michael Buble
278.Fly me to the moon, Frank Sinatra
279.Get Happy,  Judy Garland
280.Green Door,  Jim Lowe / Shakin’ Stevens
281.Have yourself a merry little Christmas,  Judy Garland
282.I don’t know why I love you (but I do),  Clarence Frogman Henry
283.It doesn’t matter anymore,  Buddy Holly (Eva Cassidy version)
284.It’s alright with me,  Ella Fitzgerald / Frank Sinatra
285.I only have eyes for you,  Ella Fitzgerald
286.If I give my heart to you,  Doris Day
287.If I knew you were comin I’d’ve baked a cake,  Eileen Barton / Gracie Fields
288.It’s alright with me,  Ella Fitzgerald / Michael Buble
289.It’s magic,  Doris Day
290.L.O.V.E.  Nat King Cole
291.Lay down your arms, Anne Shelton
292.Let there be love, Nat King Cole
293.Let’s do it (let’s fall in love), Eartha Kitt
294.Lipstick on your collar, Connie Francis
295.Luck be a lady tonight, Frank Sinatra
296.Mambo Italiano, Rosemary Clooney
297.My baby just cares for me, Nina Simone
298.New York New York, Frank Sinatra
299.Nevertheless I’m in love with you, The Mills Brothers
300.Oh boy!  Buddy Holly and the Crickets
301.Over the rainbow, Judy Garland
302.Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps, Doris Day
303.Que sera sera, Doris Day
304.Rock around the clock, Bill Haley and the Comets
305.Rockin’ around the Christmas tree, Brenda Lee
306.Rockin’ Robin, Bobby Day / Michael Jackson
307.Runaround Sue, Dion / Del Shannon
308.Santa Baby, Eartha Kitt
309.Secret Love, Doris Day
310.Sentimental Journey, Doris Day
311.Shake rattle and roll, Bill Haley and His Comets
312.Side by side, Kay Starr / Anita O’Day
313.Softly softly, Ruby Murray
314.Someday you’ll want me to want you, Standard
315.Splish splash, Bobby Darin
316.Stormy weather, Billie Holiday / Lena Horne
317.Stupid Cupid, Connie Francis
318.Sway, Dean Martin
319.Sweet Georgia Brown, Ella Fitzgerald
320.Sweet nothins, Brenda Lee
321.Tears on my pillow, Grease / Kylie Minogue
322.Teenager in love, Dion and the Belmonts
323.That’s life, Frank Sinatra
324.The black hills of Dakota, Doris Day
325.The way you look tonight, Frank Sinatra
326.This ol’ house,  Rosemary Clooney / Shakin’ Stevens
327.Unchained Melody, The Righteous Brothers
328.Walkin after midnight, Patsy Cline
329.Walkin back to happiness, Helen Shapiro
330.What a difference a day makes, Sarah Vaughan
331.What a wonderful world, Louis Armstrong
332.When, The Kalin Twins
333.When I fall in love, Doris Day / Nat King Cole
334.Who’s sorry now, Connie Francis
335.Why, Anthony Newley
336.Witchcraft, Frank Sinatra
337.You belong to me, Jo Stafford
338.You do something to me, Cole Porter
339.You don’t know me, Ray Charles / Michael Buble
340.You made me love you,  Judy Garland
341.Your cheatin’ heart, Hank Williams / Patsy Cline
342.1940s and pre-1940s:
343.All of me, Billie Holiday
344.Anniversary Waltz, Vera Lynn
345.Babyface
346.Bei mir bist du shoen, The Andrews Sisters
347.Bless ‘em all, George Formby
348.Blue skies, Al Jolson
349.Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, The Andrews Sisters
350.Button up your overcoat
351.Chatanooga Choo Choo,  Glenn Miller
352.Come fly with me, Frank Sinatra
353.Don’t sit under the apple tree, The Andrews Sisters
354.For me and my gal, Judy Garland
355.I’ll Be Seeing You, Vera Lynn
356.I’m in the mood for love, Louis Armstrong
357.It had to be you, Judy Garland / Harry Connick Jnr
358.I wanna be loved by you
359.Kiss me goodnight Sergeant Major, Vera Lynn
360.Lay down your arms, Anne Shelton
361.Lily Marlene, Vera Lynn
362.Now is the hour, Vera Lynn
363.Over the rainbow, Judy Garland
364.Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag
365.Paper moon, Ella Fitzgerald
366.Pennies from heaven, Frank Sinatra
367.Sentimental Journey, Doris Day
368.Side by side, Anita O’Day / Kay Starr
369.Sing as we go, Gracie Fields
370.Slow boat to China, Ella Fitzgerald
371.Sunday kind of love, Louis Prima
372.This is the army Mr Jones, Vera Lynn
373.We’ll meet again, Vera Lynn
374.We’re gonna hang out the washing on the Seigfried Line
375.When the lights go on again, Vera Lynn
376.When the saints go marching in, Louis Armstrong
377.When you’re smiling, Louis Armstrong
378.White Christmas, Bing Crosby
379.White Cliffs of Dover, Vera Lynn
380.Wish me luck as you wave me goodbye, Gracie Fields
381.You belong to me, Jo Stafford
382.You do something to me, Cole Porter
383.You made me love you, Judy Garland
384.Traditional / Christmas
385.Auld Lang Syne
386.Loch Lomond
387.Mairi’s Wedding
388.Merry Christmas Everyone,  Shakin’ Stevens
389.Rockin’ around the Christmas tree,  Brenda Lee / Mel & Kim
390.Santa Baby,  Eartha Kitt / Kylie Minogue
391.Winter Wonderland
392.White Christmas

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Lisa Fraser

We were delighted with our Performer, Lisa Fraser, who provided a very wide range of polished entertainment at our Wedding Reception

Lisa Fraser

Hi Del, Just a wee note to say thank you so much for all your help with Paul and Lisa as DJ and singer for the Swiss Life event on Saturday night. It was a great success and the clients were all delighted with evening! Lisa Fraser and Paul Binnie were great to work with ? super flexible and just what we were looking for. And I will know next time that poor Lisa is a vegetarian!! Ooops! Beef stew not the best choice we could have offered her!Elaine Hamilton, Managing Director, Hello Scotland.

Lisa Fraser

Both acts were first class and represented much more value than their actual fee. Lisa, in particular, is magnificent at a number of genres; whilst her online profile details her specialisation as 1940s and 1950s, she was equally adept, in my view, at any decade or genre song she sang. I would suggest that her online profile be amended to reflect those abilities as, initially, we were not going to hire her, because our inferences were that she would only be good for 2 decades. Thankfully, the assurances and recommendations from hireaband convinced us otherwise and we got an excellent performer who surpassed all reasonable expectations. Thank you hireaband and Thank You Lisa! Hi Hireaband, Lisa Fraser was amazing. She adapted well to all songs from all eras and managed to get everybody up dancing! She completely looked and sounded the party. Couldn't have asked for better wedding entertainment and guests throughout the night commented on how great she was. Rebecca Ritchie & Michael Cameron - Carmelite Hotel, Aberdeen

Lisa Fraser

Lisa was a star on the night of our event - true class, pitch perfect and a total vision. I strongly recommend her. R Tiefenbrun - Castle Precision - Long time Hireaband Client

Lisa Fraser

Superb singer, Lisa Fraser really is a bit of a gem. This fresh and attractively presented entertainer has to be in the premier league of solo female cruise ship-type cabaret acts. Very bookable. One of the vocal highlights of the entire showcase. Mark Ritchie,The Stage Showbiz Newspaper

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