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Stepback! 90s VS 00s
Stepback! 90s vs 00s is the ultimate clash of the titans as acts from two iconic decades go head-to-head on stage in the ultimate throwback night!
Everybody loves a comeback, and there is no return to the pop universe more triumphant than the return of these bands. They soundtracked the pop explosion of the late nineties and noughties and now they are returning, to do it all again - but bigger and bolder than ever before. Pop is back in a big way, so sound the nostalgia gong and lets get the party well and truly started!
Artists include Atomic Kitten, 5ive, S Club, Fatman Scoop, East 17, Blazin’ Squad, Big Brovaz, Booty Luv and 911.
Atomic Kitten are one of Europe’s most-loved groups. From the moment they burst onto the scene with their debut single Right Now, the girls have been wowing audiences around the world, picking up awards and becoming the first all girl group to hit No. 1 in the singles, albums and DVD charts simultaneously. With a string of No. 1 and Top Ten hits, top band awards, Atomic Kitten have become synonymous with fun and some of the best pop tunes of a generation. Party like its 1999 to smash hits Whole Again and Eternal Flame.
5ive are the British boy band who dominated the charts – and the hearts of their adoring fans – during the 90s. Back in the day British boy band 5ive had everyone 'getting down’. The heart-throbs topped the pop charts with hits like Slam Dunk (Da Funk), When the Lights Go Out, Everybody Get Up, If Ya Gettin' Down, and Keep On Movin’. Their perfect harmonies, heartfelt lyrics and approachable, laddish personalities helped them build a huge fanbase who still come out on force to support the guys whenever they perform.
Let's face it there ain't no party like an S Club party! The group originally formed back in 1998 by Spice Girls Manager Simon Fuller toped the charts with hit singles such as: Bring It All Back, Never Had A Dream Come True, Don’t Stop Movin, Have You Ever and Reach. S Club 7 took over the world of pop and television, with chart-topping records over 20 years ago. 90 million people viewed their TV show and the UK still loves them so! In our hearts and minds, Tina’s still doing her dance, Jon’s found romance, Paul’s gettin’ down on some floor and Hannah’s happily screaming for more, while Bradley’s swinging, Rachel’s doing her thing and JO definitely still has the flow.
Fatman Scoop is notorious for shouting his name and requesting that you do whatever he tells you… so put your damn hands up! Whether it’s Scoop’s rambunctious baritone hyping a track or video cameos for P.Diddy, 50 Cent, or David Guetta Scoop’s booming voice, catchy hooks, electrifying energy and charismatic presence never go unnoticed. Get ready to "make some noise" as the man responsible for early Noughties mega hit Be Faithful makes a return to the stage. Scoop, who also landed chart smashes with It Takes Scoop and Lose Control with Missy Elliott and Ciara is the ultimate performer. “You got a 50-dollar bill, get ya hands up,” “Single ladies, I can’t hear ya’ll,” “Single ladies, make noise!”
Wishing East 17 would find the keys to the House of Love one more time? Well wish no more! Walthamstow’s finest make the ultimate return. In the 90’s East 17 was one of the biggest bands in the UK and sold 18 million records worldwide! They achieved 18 Top 20 Singles and 4 Top 10 Albums in the UK and had over 30 Number 1 singles. East 17 achieved 12 Top Ten hits on the UK singles chart between 1992 and 1998 and their debut album 'Walthamstow' shot straight to No.1 in the UK Album Charts. This album contained a string of Top 20 singles including: "House of Love", "Deep", "It's Alright", "Let It Rain”. Their best-selling hit "Stay Another Day” is the ultimate finale piece so get ready for the snow machines.
They hit the bigtime back in 2002 and 16 years later, Blazin’ Squad are making the ultimate comeback. The hip-hop legends were propelled back to fame after the arrival of Marcel aka Rocky B on 2017's Love Island. Back in 2002, no-one could resist the charm of the teen band's chart-topping debut single Crossroads. There were five further top ten hits which included Love On The Line, Reminisce and Where The Story Ends. Now, the multi-million selling Blazin' Squad are back. Prepare a musical journey down memory lane.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and girls, It is my pleasure to introduce to you all ….. The return of Big Brovaz . Mobo Award winners Big Brovaz are an acclaimed RnB group from London. Members include Cherise, Nadia, J-Rock and Randy. The band hit the ground running quickly clocking up plenty of fans and playing tours around Europe with the group’s biggest single ‘Nu Flow’, becoming a huge hit all around Europe making the top 3 in the UK while remaining in the top 75 for four months. With the ‘Nu Flow’ music video garnering millions of views still, years after it’s release. Get ready as Big Bro take over the show once again!
Booty Luv were the duo behind smash hit Boogie 2nite. The track spent a whopping 23 weeks inside the UK Top 75. featuring dual lead vocals from former Big Brovaz members Cherise Roberts and Nadia Shepherd, Booty Luv was and still is a huge club anthem.. Signed to dance label Hed Kandi, the duo followed up that success with a second single, a cover of Luther Vandross' "Shine," and dance hit ‘Some Kinda Rush’.
911 are coming back! It’s over 20 years since they released the track Bodyshakin and the boys are ready to do it all over again. The band formed in 1995 and scored their first Top Ten hit in May 1996 with the single Don’t Make Me Wait. Nine more successive hits followed including More Than A Woman, Bodyshakin and their first UK number one, A Little Bit More. The band, which consists of all original members Lee Brennan, Jimmy Constable and Spike Dawbarn, were one of only five music acts to score 10 consecutive Top Ten hits in the 90s.