You might have heard of Girl on Sax, but have you heard of Girls That Mix yet? This truly unique trio features yours truly on sax, with bongo gal and female DJ on the decks.
Together we create vibes that will have your dancefloor packed throughout our set, with dance DJ mixes backed up by live drum beats and my own iconic light-up sax making my way around the crowds.
It’s a party experience like no other, ideal for stage performances and if you want me to move around and mingle with your guests, as my glowing saxophone provides the perfect centrepiece for selfies and celebrations.
Three unique talents
Girls That Mix gives you not one, but three unique live music experiences for your party:
- Girl on Sax (that’s me!), a live saxophonist with light-up saxophone and wireless microphone allowing me to go anywhere in amongst your guests.
- Bongo gal, a party percussionist who plays gigs all over the world from exotic
locations to events closer to home.
- Female DJ – a talented live DJ and beats maker, another globe-trotting party girl!
It’s an all-female line-up with contemporary style perfect for modern party entertainment bookings, and we work well together having played plenty of past gigs as a trio.
Parties, gigs and corporate events
Girls That Mix are available now for summer bookings for all kinds of parties, gigs and corporate events in the UK and internationally.
If you have an event coming up and you want to book unique entertainment that your guests will remember for a long time, this talented trio is the clear first choice.
We love what we do and our infectious enthusiasm will bring the energy and entertainment to your event, whether it’s a private party, product launch, wedding reception or corporate
Want to know more?
To find out more about Girls That Mix, just get in touch! You’ll find us on all the usual social networks as a trio.
If you want a taster of our music, check out our Instagram!
Our style is a powerful mix of modern music, beats and live sax to keep your party going.
It’s quite unlike anything you’ll see or hear elsewhere – and it’s hard to explain the effect we have when we walk into a party or gig together, until you see it for yourself!