"They are fun, lively and always manage to get the audience involved and on the dance floor. "
Lawrence K, The Chill Bar, Ilfracombe, 2017
"We have booked these guys year on year, our customers love them"
Kathy J, The Joiners Arms, Bideford, 2018
"Falling Apart played for us with a great deal of intensity and vigour.
set up for a show and had the pub rocking. Posters
out well in advance to ensure we could adequately
Very professional service "
Ryan W, The
Ebberley Arms, Barnstaple, 2019
"I have worked with Falling Apart for 12 or 13 years now and these
guys get better and better year after year. Fantastic entertainment
Ray Williams, First Step Management, 2019
"Falling Apart, preceded by their alter ego "Good Times" just
performed three mind blowing sets of music in their own inimitable
style at my Wedding Reception. The flexibility and skill of the guys as musicians was evidenced well by their enthusiasm
to perform the numerous songs I requested from their repertoire. Just playing the songs is not what they are solely about, included within the
performance is so much interaction with the watching and dancing guests. This ranged from ad lib comments and humour,
Noel the keyboard player running into the crowd and dancing and generally rolling around the floor when certain songs
They helped make a very good reception party into an amazing one, something which has subsequently been commented to
myself by numerous guests who told me they thoroughly enjoyed the music so very much."
Andrew Pettey, Ilfracombe, 2019
Thanks for playing such an awesome gig. I was absolutely chuffed with your gig. Everyone really enjoyed it and you guys created a great loud rocking
atmosphere. Thanks again and I wish you all the best for the rest of the summer
Robert B, Hayle, 2019
Well Folks if you want a Rocking good night then look no further than FALLING APART. They play an eclectic mix of well known classics with their own slant on the
Lyrics and their own songs. As a Landlady of a local pub in my home town we have by popular demand already lined them up for more gigs over the coming weeks. Well worth listening and dancing to "Not
to be Missed"
Emma F, Laceys Ale and Cider House, Bideford
They just get better and better to be honest, new material as well with the new album. I photograph a lot of bands and these guys always
Mac Mcgill Wedding, Ilfracombe,13th July
Falling Apart were great fun and despite the name very much held together tightly. Fantastic to have a keyboard player in Noel Grummitt,
who more than wants to be there front and centre, and even makes you begrudgingly admit that Geldof once spent more time with his head outside of his own fragrant a*** when he hammers out the intro
like Mondays'. The Apart ivory
rattler could have given Keith a run for his money back in 1970 and it was refreshing to see a time travelling Billy Idol from Generation X on bass for this multi generational
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