Bjorn To Rock Abba tribute band members are seasoned professionals and this truly reflects in their performance.
Their show is slick, punchy with a tremendous rock edge guaranteed to get everyone on their feet and they regularly perform for Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans at his pub The Mulberry Inn.
They can be seen in theatres and festivals up and down the country. With many different shows to suit all budgets they are the perfect band for any event. They may not be Swedes but they’re definitely Born To Rock!
Abba Tribute – Bjorn To Rock
“They (Bjorn To Rock Abba tribute band) were absolutely BRILLIANT when they performed for the re-opening of the Mulberry Inn. I’ve never had as many complimentary phone calls after an event as we did on the Saturday morning after the party.
Everyone loved the show and there were some crazy shapes on the dance floor. We look forward to having them back soon.” Camilla Hansen – Managing Director- Evans Pubs.
Check out the music on Mixcloud – Book this Abba tribute band for any event in South Wales.
“Hi Guys. I just wanted to say again a sincere thank you to you guys for a fantastic night at Carmarthen Golf Club. Members and guests will remember you for years to come! The band was tight, the act was superbly presented with excellent audience rapport. Even the accents were spot on. I wish you well for the future and look forward to having you back very soon.” Clive Jones, Carmarthen Golf Club.
The traditional pastimes of the South Wales area include rugby and music. Today music ranges from the traditional Welsh Male Voice choirs of the Valleys such as Treorchy Male Choir to the South Wales hardcore scene which plays a dominant role in the Cardiff music scene.
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