Reviews & References

You guys were great! Had some really good feedback from the and guests and the staff enjoyed themselves too! Thank you!”

— Snooty Fox, Three Bridges

No Pressure have played at The Alexandra pub in Worthing a number of times and the crowd love them and I have always found them to be highly professional, see you guys in 2018”

Christopher C Tovey-Yeoumans, The Alexandra, Worthing

If ever a band always wins over an audience, it's No Pressure. These guys play every song like they wrote it themselves with a great deal of heart and passion. Join them for a night of fantastic singalongs from Cream, The Counting Crows, Snow Patrol any many more ”

— Sam Clayton, The Malt Shovel, Horsham

Always a pleasure to list this band`s gigs - we know they ain't going to disappoint. Hugh and the Hello Horsham team ”

Hugh, Hello Horsham

No Pressure are a great band! Having seen them play many times, we have always had a great time enjoying their expansive list of covers! Ken is a charismatic front-man with a good range of vocals and together with the other guys they always ensure the crowd are engaged and having fun!! We are also delighted to have booked No Pressure to play at our Wedding Reception later on this year! ”

— Steve Curran of Billingshurst

We are also proud of our selection of regular live bands at the club; including No Pressure, Valdezz, Spellbinder, Mainly Madness and the Saviours of Soul – all of which are very popular in the local town! ”

The Holbrook Club, Horsham (taken from their website)

Fronted by the clear soulful vocal approach of Ken Robertson, the bands sound is centred around the epic approach of keyboard player Richard Donnelly. Adding some grit and edge to Richard's melodic foil is guitarist Dave Hatto. Rounding out the band is the tight rhythm section groove of Tony Hanks and Roger Johnson. No Pressure offer a varied, musically diverse set, with energetic and grandiose instrumentation”

The Old House, Dorking

We love having them at The Swan. They always bring in a big crowd and are a popular band. ”

— Rob Brindley, The Swan, Crawley