• $1000 - $2160
  • Styles: Rock Pop
  • Hometown: Auckland

Switch is an Auckland covers band the can cater to a wide Audience We play Corporate Events, Weddings, Private & Pub functions.




Switch is versatile and dynamic, with each member bringing a mix of talent and experience to the stage, creating an exciting and unforgettable show.
Switch have honed their individual skills over the past 20 years, now as a unit earning the reputation as one of Aucklands most crowd pleasing and energetic cover bands.
Having 2 male lead and backing vocals to call upon gives the band a large genre to select from.
Playing music from the current charts to some of the biggest hits ever recorded.
Switch is suited to any style of crowd who are ready to have a great night out.
Switch is available for clubs, pubs, private, corporate functions & weddings.

With the help of programs like Pro Tools & reason, Switch now comes complete with sequenced midi files and backing tracks that give the band many more options when it comes to song choice, also adding to the quality of the sound without having another person playing keyboards or synthesizers.
Switch comes complete with a professional fully operational sound and lighting rig that is suitable for any size venue, and will accommodate host music while the band is not performing.

Setlist

  • 4 Non blondes Whats up
  • 10cc Dreadlock Holiday
  • ACDC TNT
  • Arctic monkeys Look good on the D floor
  • Billy Idol Dancing with myself
  • Blindspott Phlex
  • Blink 182 Small things
  • Blur Song 2
  • Bob Marley Could you be loved
  • Bon Jovi Livin on a prayer
  • Bon Jovi Wanted dead or alive
  • Bryan Adams Summer of 69
  • CCR Proud mary
  • Cold play Fix you
  • Cold play Yellow
  • Crowded house Better be home soon
  • Dane Rumble Always be there
  • Dave Dobbyn Loyal
  • Dave Dobbyn Slice of heaven
  • Def Lepoard Pour some sugar
  • Dire staits Money for nothing
  • Doobie brothers Long train running
  • Dragon April sun
  • Dragon Rain
  • Duran Duran Hungry like a wolf
  • Ed Sheeran Thinking out loud
  • Elton John Benny & the jets
  • Everclear Santa monica
  • Fleetwood Mac Go your own way
  • Foo Fighters Everlong
  • Foo Fighters Learn to fly
  • Foo Fighters Times like these
  • Fuel Bad day again
  • Fun We are young
  • Goo Goo dolls Slide
  • INXS New Sensation
  • Jet Are you gonna be my girl
  • Jimmy eat world The middle
  • John Melloncamp Hurts so good
  • Kid Rock All summer long
  • Kings of Leon Sex on fire
  • Lit Worst enemy
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd Sweet home alabama
  • Magic Rude
  • Maroon 5 This love
  • Matchbox 20 3am
  • Men at work Land down under
  • Metallica Enter Sandman
  • Michael Jackson Beat it
  • Milky Chance Stolen Dance
  • Mutton Birds Dominion Rd
  • Nickleback Figured you out
  • Oasis Wonderwall
  • Of monsters & men Little talks
  • Pearl Jam Betterman
  • Pearl Jam Daughter
  • Phil Collins Easy lover
  • Phillip Phillips Home
  • Presedents of the USA Lump
  • Prince Purple rain
  • Queen Crazy little thing
  • Queen Fat bottom girls
  • Radio Head Creep
  • Rick Springfield Jessies Girl
  • Scissor sisters Take your mama out
  • Shihad Home again
  • Split ends I got you
  • Steelers wheel Stuck in the middle
  • Steriophonics Dakota
  • Stevie Wonder Superstitious
  • Sublime What I got
  • The Black keys Lonely boy
  • The Dudes Be mine tonight
  • The Dudes Bliss
  • The Eagles Hotel California
  • The Exponents Who loves who
  • The Exponents Why does love
  • The Feelers Fishing for lisa
  • The proclaimers 500 Miles
  • Third eye blind 3am
  • Three doors down Kryponite
  • The Darkness Thing called love
  • The Doobie brothers Listen to the music
  • The Doobie brothers Long train running
  • The Killers Somebody told me
  • The Knack My Sharona
  • The Offspring Come out & play
  • The Rolling Stones Start me up
  • Tonic You want it more
  • Train Drive by
  • Van Morrison Brown eyed girl
  • Violent Femmes Blister in the sun
  • Wild cherry Funky music
  • Weezer Beverly hills
  • Weezer Say it aint so
  • Wheetus Teenage Dirtbag

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