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PunkStar Rockers

PunkStar Rockers are one of the premier indie, rock and punk covers bands in the UK and play the most exciting setlist of their generation.

This is a female fronted 5-piece act who play anthems from the punk, post-punk, new wave, ska, rock and indie era's from the 70's right up to the present day and give each one their own unique rock punk identity.

Their repertoire includes songs by The Damned, The Clash, Undertones, and Blondie through to Pulp, Foo Fighters, Green Day, Kings of Leon and many more.

This band is highly acclaimed throughout the industry. They have performed at celebrity functions, private and corporate events and numerous festivals.

Act Information


Lead Vocals : Fran
Lead Guitar & BV's : Paul
Rhythm Guitar & BV's : Rich C
Bass Guitar : Rich P
Drums : Ian

Also included

Full PA and Lighting/Laser rig supplied by our band.


South East based and will travel to these areas: South East, South West, Midlands, Wales.

Previous Clients

Hog Rally (Norfolk), Lazy Bishop Festival (Farnham), RAF Odiham, Farnborough Football Club, Mr Bumble Camberley, Purple Turtle, Swanfest, Swan Inn Farnborough, Royal Oak (Bracknell & Hampton). Gig on the Green (Yateley) Hounslow Sports & Social Club, Egham United Services Club, Camphill Social Club, London Stone Staines, Blue Anchor Byfleet. Various private parties.


Dick St.Clair
"We managed to arrive 5 minutes before Fran and the lads kicked off. It was good to note that the band area was a nice size and had high ceilings which meant the Band could display their new Backdrop in all its glory. The set up looked good: well laid out and was completed with a rope-light boundary, which gave it a kind of 'force field' appearance. The band kicked off with Rebel Yell. The sound was good and the band room started to fill up, as the band powered through the set covering The Stereophonics, Foo Fighters, Undertones & Oasis plus many more great songs that I don't remember now, as I had a long weekend of gigging myself. The room started to get fuller with some dancing going on: all in all a great first set. If you haven't seen this band before and you like it 'rocky' with a 'punk' feel, get yourself down and see Fran and the lads. They are a great band and I can promise you will have a fun-filled night."

John Duff
Yes, the headline which was made by the landlady of Mr Bumble after their 3rd encore doesn't lie. I've seen this band a few times now and they get better every time. I took 6 friends with me who hadn't seen them so I could get a different view on what the band was like. My friends were a mixture from early 20s to early 50s and they loved them right from their versions of the Stereophonics' "Dakota" and the Foo Fighters' "Times Like These" to AC/DC's "Back in Black" and "A Whole Lot of Rosie" through to my faves The Ruts' "Babylon's Burning", The Cult's "She Sells Sanctuary" and The Dead Kennedys. The venue was absolutely buzzing right from the first song and you gotta catch their punk version of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams" - pure quality, yes the landlady was spot on.
Please check their gig list for 2011 because I'm sure pretty soon you will soon be paying at the door to see them."

Graeme Nash
"This is one of the circuit's top bands. Here you have a firmly established act, and in my opinion, one of the most honest bands out there. Cover bands, by definition, have various styles of musical shoes to fill as most will (be obliged to) offer sets of generic tracks from heavy rock to cheesy pop. This band however have stuck it to ambiguity and proudly come out of the music closet with heads held high and strutting their spunky punky stuff. They make no bones about who and what they are and have carried into 2010 some core-punk DNA from the late 70's making them stand *out *from the crowd like a cheeky kid at the back of the class who despite being the noisiest little tyke still provides exceptional entertainment and great times.

"Proud to be punk" is the feeling you get at one of their gigs, however this band are no fools and have masterfully avoided being pigeonholed or excluded from general appeal. The pleasing thing is that regardless of the era a particular track originates they are able to take it and, like a satirical political graffiti artist, leave their mark for all to see.

One of my favourites when I saw the band at Mr Bumble, Camberley was Blondie's "Hanging On The Telephone". Lead singer Fran gave this song superb authenticity with the band providing the perfect blend of live energy and musical accuracy and for that moment the venue and I along with it was transported back to 1978 where you really could have been watching the real Blondie performing to a young student anti-anything crowd. An immediate follow up with The Ruts 1980 track "Staring At The Rude Boys" was another which caused a great deal of foot stomping and playful pushing about.

The same could be said for all their classic *punk* era tracks: The Clash's "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" brought frenzy to the crowds with enthusiastic bouncing and a good old fashioned mosh. Equally entertaining were their more modern numbers in particular the Stereophonics' "Dakota" which began to a huge appreciative applause as did "Sex On Fire" - a track they were asked to play twice by ravenous-for-more customers. There was also a fitting tribute to 70's Camberley based punk rock band The Members with a corking cover of The Sound Of The Suburbs. It was noted that after the gig a satisfied customer proudly disclosed to SOTS her family relationship to one of The Members' original line up and complimented the band on a great performance.

Musically this band have much to be proud of. They are a solid, hard working band and together produce a wonderfully tight and powerful wall of sound. Fran especially, it seems, has a passion for this era and style of music and it comes across in her consistently engaging performances. Her voice well suits the material they cover and you can't help but love the ranty, rallying, punky sneer that's so befittingly ever present in her vocals. There were notable performances from drummer Ian who skilfully nailed the peculiar timings on Foo Fighters track "Times Like These" and overall kept this fast paced band in great time from start to finish. Both guitarists prov


One of the top rock, punk & indie bands on the circuit.
Great setlist from the 70's to the present day.
Absolutely NO cheese! (apart from the Osmonds!).



AC/DC Back in Black
AC/DC Whole Lotta Rosie
Aha Take On Me
Alice Cooper No More Mr Nice Guy
Alice Cooper School's Out
Arctic Monkeys I Bet you Look Good on the Dancefloor
Arctic Monkeys When the Sun Goes Down
Ash Burn Baby Burn
B52's Roam
Billy Idol Rebel Yell
Billy Idol White Wedding
Black Keys Gold on the Ceiling
Black Keys Lonely Boy
Black Keys Little Black Submarines
Blink 182 All the Small Things
Blondie Hanging on the Telephone
Blondie Heart of Glass
Blondie One Way or Another
Blur Parklife
Buggles Video Killed the Radio Star
Chumbawamba Tubthumping
Dandy Warhols Bohemian Like You
Depeche Mode New Life
Dexys Midnight Runners Geno
Doctor & The Medics Spirit in the Sky
Feeder Buck Rogers
Foo Fighters Monkey Wrench
Foo Fighters Times Like These
Foo Fighters Walk
Franz Ferdinand Take Me Out
The Fratellis Chelsea Dagger
Green Day Basket Case
Green Day Holiday
Green Day Welcome to Paradise
Hole Celebrity Skin
The Jam Eton Rifles
The Jam Going Underground
Kaiser Chiefs I Predict a Riot
Kaiser Chiefs Everybody's Happy Nowadays
Kings of Leon Don't Matter
Kings of Leon Mollys Chambers
Kings of Leon Sex on Fire
Kim Wilde Kids in America
The Kingsmen Louie Louie
Neil Young Rockin' in the Free World
Oasis Don't Look Back in Anger
Oasis Rock ‘n' Roll Star
Osmonds Crazy Horses
Primal Scream Country Girl
Primal Scream Rocks
Primitives Crash
Pulp Common People
Pulp Disco 2000
Proclaimers 500 Miles
Rocky Horror Time Warp
Royal Blood Figure it Out
Slade Come on Feel the Noise (Oasis version)
Soft Cell Tainted Love
Simple Minds Don't you Forget about Me
Stereophonics Dakota
Stereophonics Bartender & The Thief
The Subways Rock and Roll Queen
White Stripes Seven Nation Army
White Stripes Fell in Love with a Girl
The Who Can't Explain
​The Adicts Viva La Revolution!
The Adverts Gary Gilmour's Eyes
Anti-Nowhere League For You
Anti-Nowhere League So What
The Alarm 68 Guns
Bad Manners Wooly Bully
Buzzcocks Ever Fallen in Love
Buzzcocks What Do I Get
The Clash London Calling
The Clash Rock the Casbah
The Clash Should I Stay or Should I Go
The Clash White Riot
The Cult She Sells Sanctuary
The Cult Rain
The Cult L'il Devil
The Damned Smash It Up (Parts 1 & 2)
Dead Kennedys Too Drunk to F***
Dead Kennedys Holiday in Cambodia
Elvis Costello Pump it Up
The Go-Go's Our Lips are Sealed
Hazel O'Connor Eighth Day
Ian Dury & the Blockheads Sex & Drugs & Rock N Roll
Iggy Pop / Siouxsie The Passenger
Jilted John Gordon is a Moron
The Members Sound of the Suburbs
Ramones Blitzkrieg Bop
Ramones I Wanna Be Sedated
Ramones Sheena is a Punk Rocker
The Ruts Babylons Burning
The Ruts Staring at the Rude Boys
Sex Pistols God Save the Queen
Sex Pistols Holidays in the Sun
Sex Pistols Pretty Vacant
Sex Pistol Bodies
Sex Pistols Anarchy in the UK
Sham 69 Hurry Up Harry
Siouxsie & The Banshees Happy House
Siouxsie & The Banshees Hong Kong Garden
The Specials Monkey Man
The Specials Rat Race
Spizzenergi Where's Captain Kirk?
Stiff Little Fingers Alternative Ulster
Stiff Little Fingers Wild Rover
The Stranglers No More Heroes
The Stranglers Something Better Change
The Stranglers Go Buddy Go
Tenpole Tudor Swords of a Thousand Men
The Undertones My Perfect Cousin
The Undertones Teenage Kicks
UK Subs Tomorrows Girls
The Vapors Turning Japanese
X Ray Spex Bondage Up Yours
999 Homicide
The Misfits/Various
Monster Mash
Auld Lang Syne
Slade Merry Christmas Everybody

Extra Costs

The price brackets above should be used as a guide only as all quotes are bespoke.

Performance times for most acts except Tributes and some other Unique performers are usually 2 x 60 minute sets or 3 x 40 min sets.

(If you require the act to perform longer than these times you may incur extra costs.)

Travel costs vary depending on the act and will be included to the quote given to you by our agents.

Our acts would usually expect to arrive around 6pm and to be finished around midnight.

(If you need the act to arrive earlier or finish later there may be extra costs but these can be negotiated.)