Soul Kitchen Band Have All the Right Ingredients for Your Melbourne Wedding Reception

Rachel Chipp

Soul Kitchen Band are cooking up a storm of musical talent at Melbourne wedding receptions. They sing a range of soul, funk and R&B songs by the best artists in the game in an energetic, vibrant performance. They season each song with spice to add their zesty flavour to the mix.

Soul Kitchen Band are a 6-piece band comprised of a male and female singer, David and Kat, who each take turns at singing the lead, as they both have such fantastic, soulful, powerful voices. They are supported by an electric guitarist, a bassist, a keyboardist and a drummer who each add their own special ingredients.

In this performance of ‘Ain’t Nobody’ by Chaka Khan, Kat takes the lead with her powerhouse of a voice while David provides beautiful, harmonising vocals that add a richness and depth to the soul sound.

Soul Kitchen Band are deeply inspired by the R&B vocals of Boyz II Men and Michael Jackson and this reflected in their repertoire which includes ‘The Way You Make Me Feel’ and ‘I’ll Make Love to You’. 

Soul Kitchen Band also delve back deeper to soul legends including Stevie Wonder and Luther Vandross. David takes the lead on the most popular first dance song of the moment, Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’, in a far more soulful version than the original. His ability to elongate his hold on the notes adds new depth to the meaning behind the lyrics.

With their soulful mix of uptempo and romantic songs, Soul Kitchen Band love to connect people through their music. When they start singing Lionel Richie’s ‘All Night Long’, everyone will be up on their feet dancing and ‘Never Too Much’ by Luther Vandross will have you reflecting on the depth of your love for your new spouse. A performance by Soul Kitchen Band is guaranteed to enhance that loving feeling on your wedding day.

Create the ultimate sweet dessert with a cherry on top for your Melbourne wedding reception by booking Soul Kitchen Band.


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