With great access to the whole of England the West Midlands is home of the CoverUps Function and Wedding band. West Midlands venues range from the most elegant manor houses and castles to contemporary city centre hotels that match the calibre of the finest in the nation’s capital. If you’re in search of a band for your wedding, or professional entertainment for a corporate event in the West Midlands, your search may very nearly be over!
The CoverUps as a band are very familiar with Coombe Abbey. As one of Coventry’s, nay the West Midlands’ busiest venues wedding venues, it’s understandable that the band make regular visits to the wonderful medieval grounds. On The Record It’s not uncommon for the band to be asked to play… Read More »
Ettington Park, in the heart of Warwickshire sits in familiar territory for the band, just beyond Warwick, Leamington Spa and Stratford-Upon-Avon. A regular haunt for the CoverUps, the band always get a warm welcome at Ettington Park. And to everyone’s relief, the party had exclusive use of the hotel, meaning the band… Read More »
Solihull, sitting just south of Birmingham is barely a stone’s throw from the band’s epicentre in Coventry. Playing a wedding so close to home is great, and the band always arrive fresh for the show. This night we arrived early to get the PA set up ready for the… Read More »
Nuthurst Grange has quickly become one of the band’s new favourite wedding venues. Just to the South of Birmingham, it lies in Warwickshire countryside barely 20mins from the CoverUps Coventry HQ. On arrival we were delighted to find out our set up was well beyond earshot of the dining… Read More »
A brand new venue we had the joy of being amongst the first live bands to play, Shustoke Farm Barns is a beautiful, ornate yet modern setting for a wedding. As you can see in the photos (thanks to Simon Brettell Photography for these) below, it’s perfectly set out… Read More »
In the decade of playing wedding gigs the length and breadth of the UK, few venues have the combination of style, elegance and history that Wroxall Abbey has in abundance. Arriving in the early spring evening with sun peeking through the ominous clouds, the Warwickshire countryside looked full of… Read More »
Birmingham’s circumference of motorways, the M42, M5 and M6, are notorious traffic black spots, so we made sure that we set off in plenty of time for the wedding which took us past Birmingham to a little village just north of Kidderminster called Cookley. We actually popped to The… Read More »