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                Weapons Of Sound

                Weapons Of Sound
                Since 1993 the band have performed over 2000 gigs and led countless workshops, entertaining thousands of people with their unique brand of funk-fuelled junk percussion. Over 200 people have passed through the ranks, with just a handful of originals left in the current line-up. Today's Weapons of Sound is a professional crew of experienced workshop leaders and polished junk-percussionists who travel the world over entertaining and motivating audiences.

                In recent years Weapons of Sound have performed at the Opening Ceremony of the 2002 Commonwealth Games, played by Royal Appointment at the Party in the Palace, launched the XBOX in Cannes, played Glastonbury and Reading Festivals to wide critical acclaim, spearheaded the national "Reth!ink Rubb!sh" campaign and given thousands of young people the opportunity to learn about how fun (and noisy!) recycling can be through their junk percussion workshops!

                Weapons of Sound offer a wide variety of performance and workshop solutions which can be tailored to suit the requirements of any event and venue. They have a proven track record and have worked with many high profile clients and production companies both in the UK and abroad.
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                Whatever Artists Management is a London party entertainment company that provides party entertainment internationally and in London and surrounding areas. We specialise in cover bands, magicians and dancers all from our London offices
                 
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