|It’s now over 20 years since Phyzical were introduced to the world of entertainment, and how apt. the use of the word, world, become, for over the years Phyzical have entertained audiences from India, to Abu Dhabi, as well as â€œlocallyâ€œ throughout Europe and in the U.K.Whether performing on a ship, 5 star hotel, at a civic reception, on a holiday park or a military base the atmosphere created is always the same, the audience shouting for more!Phyzical’s versatility and willingness to adapt to any situation has kept the band ahead of a constantly changing social scene in which they will dress and equip themselves accordingly to generate a party atmosphere, combining humour with music and utilizing the ingredient which they have above most others-experience, to keep there audiences totally entertained.So with state of the art equipment (see tec. spec.) and 4 musicians playing keyboards, guitar, bass and drums plus a larger than life front man/ lead vocalist you have the â€˜cordon bleu’ recipe for continued success.Other Phyzical info.
Tec. Spec; Thanks to a sponsorship deal with â€œDarq amplificationâ€œ, Phyzical have access to top quality audio equipment to cater for every occasion and venue size, from; small and intimate, to auditorium.
Lighting is also state of the art computer operated with smoke and pyrotechnics, if required.
Some of the clientele and venues Phyzical have worked at/for include; Abu Dhabi international horse show and intercontinental hotel, Arabic bank (London), B.H.S, British Airways, BUPA, Coca Cola, Carlsberg, Dorchester hotel, Dubai metropolitan, Essex caravan club, FabergÃ©, Great Western hotel group, Hozelock, Intersport, Jewson, Kings Leisure, Marriot and Moathouse hotels, Pfizers, Pan Am, Roneo Vickers, Sebena Airlines, Sony U.K and Tesco.
Some of the artists Phyzical have worked alongside include; the late Dave Allen, Nick Berry, David Copperfield, Bobby Davro, Sheila Ferguson, Grumbleweeds, the late Frankie Howard, John Inman, Jethro, Krankies, Ian Lavender, Marmalade, Duncan Norvelle, Tom O’Connor, Joe Pasquale, Status Quo, Shane Richie, Jeff Stevenson, Tremeloes, Vanity Fair, Bradley Walsh, Paul Zenon