The Zoots - Sounds Of the 70's

The Zoots - Sounds Of The 70’s have wowed audiences off stage and screen in more than 30 countries and now you can experience their smash 70's show, in all its poptastic glory!

Join The Sounds of the 70’s for their unforgettable live show, as they explore the sounds of Abba, T.Rex, Queen, Bowie, Mud, The Sweet, Dolly Parton, The Rolling Stones, Chic and other amazing Seventies legends! Hear the music from the musicals; Grease, Saturday Night fever and Rocky Horror picture show. From Glam Rock to Prog Rock, Motown to Disco – there’s something for everyone!– you can’t help grooving to The Sounds of the 70’s!

The Sounds Of The Seventies are five talented young performers called ‘The Zoots’ who've played more than 1,000 live shows, and performed at iconic venues like Old Trafford and the London Palladium!

The award winning band boasts of five singers, five multi instrumentalists, and LED light up guitar which is one of only two in the whole world. The Zoots also use an LED triggered drum kit which has been imported from the USA. The show is accompanied by animation and exciting video footage throughout. The Stage calls them "impossible not to like"! Their nans call them "dishy"!

We call them: The Sounds Of The Seventies!

Show Options

1 x 60 mins

2 x 45 mins

See Separate listings for their other shows


One word… AWESOME!!! We had the best time and the 60 plus people who attended all agreed that you guys absolutely made the evening. The initial impact of the band in full make up  completely blew them away which was exactly the effect we wanted, thank you. As you know I have played in lots of bands over the years and I was so impressed with the musicianship of all of the guys and the way that you did not stop, filling the dance floor from the very start till the very end, mixing 50s 60s 70s through to current stuff, you even threw in some club tunes and absolutely pulled it off with real style. Well done guys we could not have been happier please keep in touch we will definitely want to use you again - Gina and Graham Miller, 40th Anniversary 70’s Party at Cricklade Manor

These guys really do put the effort into their performance. The make-up and costumes they wear is just unbelievable, they put real effort into their gigs and it shows. Within minutes of their performance, they had the audience singing, stomping and dancing – being the organiser, I was in total amazement. I met the band members afterwards, they were really wonderful people who had a genuine concern to exceed everyone expectations - Steve Da Costa, Sports Tours

  • Abba Medley
  • Alright now – Free
  • American pie – Don Mclean
  • Ballroom Blitz – The Sweet
  • Brown sugar – Rolling Stones
  • Caroline – Status Quo
  • Come up & see me – Steve Harley
  • Crazy little thing called love – Queen
  • Crocodile Rock – Elton John
  • Dancing Queen – ABBA
  • Disco inferno – The Tramps
  • Don’t stop me now – Queen
  • Easy – The Commodores
  • Get it on – TREX
  • Grease medley – Grease
  • Greased Lightning – Grease
  • Handbags and gladrags – Rod Stewart
  • Hot love – TREX
  • Is this love – Bob Marley
  • It’s only rock ‘n roll – Rolling Stones
  • I love rock ‘n roll – Arrow / Joan Jett
  • I shot the sheriff – Eric Clapton
  • I want you back – The Jacksons
  • Jean Genie – David Bowie
  • Jolene – Dolly Parton
  • Get it on – TREX
  • Good times – Chic
  • Le Freak – Chic
  • Long train running – Doobie Brothers
  • Maggie may – Rod Stewart
  • No woman no cry – Bob Marley
  • One love – Bob Marley
  • Play that funky music – Wild Cherry
  • Rebel Rebel – David Bowie
  • Roadhouse Blues -The Doors
  • Rock ‘n roll – Led Zeppelin
  • Rock ‘n roll all nite – KISS
  • Schools out – Alice Cooper
  • September - Earth Wind and Fire
  • Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate
  • Staying Alive – Bee Gees
  • Stir it up – Bob Marley & the Wailers
  • Stuck in the middle – Stealers Wheel
  • Sweet home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynard
  • Superstion - Stevie Wonder
  • Teenage kicks – The Undertones
  • The Wall – Pink Floyd
  • Tiger Feet – Mud
  • Timewarp – Rocky Horror Picture show
  • Video killed the radio star – Buggles
  • Wait in vain – Bob Marley
  • We will rock you – Queen
  • Wish you were here – Pink Floyd
  • Wonderful tonight – Eric Clapton
  • Your song – Elton John
  • You to me are everything – The Real Thing