40th Birthday Party Fun With Benji and Ed

Holly Leszczynski

If you’re looking for a great band to liven up a 40th birthday party, you can’t go past Benji and Ed. This acoustic duo are the perfect choice to entertain guests and get everyone on the dance floor. Playing the Top 40 hits you know and love from now and decades past, the party is sure to be a huge success.

With over a decade of performing experience, Benji and Ed will bring expertise, professionalism and of course, talent to any occasion. Benji has been gigging on and off at pubs and private events in the Singapore circuit for 10 years and cites his major influences as R&B artists and 80s hair metal bands. Ed has been performing in bands in and around Melbourne for years, even fronting his own band in addition to various cover bands. His musical taste is varied, ranging from classical to progressive rock. Benji’s vocals and Ed’s acoustic guitar are perfectly matched for a sound that audiences adore.

Benji and Ed’s repertoire is impressive and ideal for a 40th birthday party, featuring songs from artists such as, Pearl Jam, Adele, Crowded House, Coldplay, Journey and Bruno Mars. Offering a chilled or dance set, this acoustic duo can accommodate any vibe. If you’re after something relaxed, Benji and Ed can perform “I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz, “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder, “Never Tear Apart Us Apart” by INXS or “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran. But, if you’d prefer something a bit more upbeat, they can perform “Shook Me All Night Long” by ACDC, “Walking on Sunshine” by Katrina and the Waves, “Everlong” by Foo Fighters and “Jesse’s Girl” by Rick Springfield.

Nothing completes a party more than live music, and Benji and Ed are the perfect choice to ensure everyone has a brilliant night. Their light-hearted, friendly nature coupled with their experience and impressive talent will ensure your 40th birthday party is a huge hit.


Make sure to check out Benji and Ed and book them for your 40th birthday party or private event.


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