Fellowship of the Fridge2016-10-31T17:33:25+00:00

Fellowship of the Fridge

Fellowship Live Promo Video (With Live Audio)

Fun Party and Dance Band

Fellowship of the Fridge is a loose collection of tight musicians, a fraternity of funky fun, and a master mix of mixmasters. Known for their astonishing versatility, Fellowship of the Fridge, with more than a hundred years of combined musical experience, will engage your audience, hold the crowd, and rock the house.

You can expect to hear 60’s classics, 70’s rock, 80’s pop, as well as current hits, interspersed with an eclectic collection of variety numbers. An awesome 80’s ballad might be followed by a disco number, then an a cappella rendition of a Beatles tune, and a recent alternative rock hit. And if you have a request, chances are the band knows it. And if you ask them beforehand to learn a special song for your event, they’ll do that for you too.

One of the Favorite Utah Dance Bands

Fellowship of the Fridge is comprised of four exceptional musicians; Nathan Walker on drums, vocals, and sound; Brian Walker on guitar, keyboards, and vocals; Doug Moore on keyboards, sax, and vocals; and Steve Morton on bass and vocals. Collectively, these four guys play more than thirteen instruments and have played for literally hundreds of audiences, some as large as fifteen thousand.

Fellowship of the Fridge loves to have fun almost as much as they love to eat. Or maybe it’s the other way around. Their rapport with the audience is witty, comfortable, and often hilarious. And because they are clean-cut and professional, you never need to worry about whether they’ll be appropriate for your audience. If you book them, they will come. And your audience won’t leave.

High-Energy Classic Rock

Fellowship of the Fridge is an absolute pleasure to work with. They are very professional, yet at the same time have a fantastic sense of humor. They can really engage the audience with their wit and presence on stage. But that is just the beginning. The musicianship will blow your mind. Every single guy takes turns singing lead on songs and just nails it perfectly. They are all such good vocalists that when they turn their attention to 3 or 4 part harmonies, you will swear they lifted it straight from the studio. I am very careful about recommending bands as I only recommend the highest quality. I wouldn’t hesitate a second to recommend Fellowship of the Fridge.” – Dave Thurman, Facilities Manager, Adobe Systems

Fellowship of the Fridge’s Most Requested Songs

  • Achy Breaky Heart – Billy Ray Cyrus
  • All the Small Things – Blink 182
  • Amazed – Lonestar
  • And She Was – Talking Heads
  • Are You Gonna Be My girl – Jet
  • Back in the USSR – Beatles
  • Barbara Ann – Beach Boys
  • Best Of My Love – Eagles
  • Born to be Wild – Steppenwolf
  • Born to Boogie – Hank Williams Jr.
  • Brand New Girlfriend – Steve Holy
  • Can you feel the love tonight – Elton John
  • China Grove – Doobie Brothers
  • Cool Change – Little River Band
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
  • Desperado – Eagles
  • Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me – Elton John
  • Drift Away – Dobie Gray
  • Easy – Commodores
  • Everybody Wants You – Billy Squire
  • Everything I Do – Bryan Adams
  • Faithfully – Journey
  • Footloose – Kenny Loggins
  • Forgiveness – Eagles
  • Friends in Low Places – Garth Brooks
  • Funkytown – Pseudo Echo
  • Ghost Riders in the Sky – Johnny Cash
  • Gimme All Your Lovin – ZZ Top
  • Gimme Some Lovin – Blues Brothers
  • Good Lovin’ – Rascals
  • Great Balls o’ Fire – Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Grow Old With Me – John Lennon
  • Hard to Say I’m Sorry – Chicago
  • Harder to Breathe – Maroon 5
  • Heartache Tonight – Eagles
  • Hey Jude – Beatles
  • Hold the Line – Toto
  • Honky-tonk Man – Dwight Yoakum
  • Hurts So Good – John Cougar Mellancamp
  • I Can’t Tell You Why – Eagles
  • I Saw Her Standing There (17) – Beatles
  • I’ll Be Easy to Find – Johnny Mathis
  • I’m a Believer – Monkeys
  • I’m Gonna Miss Her (Fishin’ Song) – Brad Paisley
  • In the Wee Small Hours – Frank Sinatra
  • It’s Alright – Huey Lewis and the News
  • Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley
  • Jenny – Brian Walker
  • Jenny (867-5309) – Tommy Tutone
  • Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry
  • Keep on Rockin – Steve Miller Band
  • Keep on Loving You – REO Speedwagon
  • Keep Your Hands to Yourself – Georgia Satellites
  • La Bamba – Los Lobos
  • Louie Louie – Kingsmen
  • Love Will Keep Us Alive – Eagles
  • My Maria – Brooks & Dunn
  • No One Is To Blame – Howard Jones
  • Old Time Rock and Roll – Bob Seger
  • On the Dark Side – John Cafferty
  • Perfect 100 – Rough Stock
  • Piano Man – Billy Joel
  • Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
  • Please Remember Me – Tim McGraw
  • Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison
  • Return to Me – Dean Martin
  • Rockin’ Robin – Bobby Day
  • Separate Ways – Journey
  • Seven Bridges Road – Eagles
  • Shakin’ In My Boots – Rough Stock
  • Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top
  • She Drives Me Crazy – Fine Young Cannibals
  • She Will be Loved – Maroon 5
  • She’s Got a Way – Billy Joel
  • Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams
  • Surfer Girl – Beach Boys
  • Surfin’ USA – Beach Boys
  • Take It to the Limit – Eagles
  • Takin’ Care of Business – BTO
  • Takin’ it to the Streets – Doobie Brothers
  • Talk to ya later – Tubes
  • Talkin’ in Your Sleep – Romantics
  • That Thing You Do – Wonders
  • The Bunny Hop – Unknown
  • The Girl He Once Knew – Rough Stock
  • Til I Loved You – Restless Heart
  • Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds – Sons of the Pioneers
  • Twist and Shout – Beatles
  • Unbelievable – Diamond Rio
  • Walk Like a Man – Frankie Valli
  • Walk Softly on this Heart of Mine – Kentucky Headhunters
  • What I Like About You – Romantics
  • When I’m With You – Sheriff
  • Wooly Bully – Sam the Sham
  • Yesterday – Beatles
  • Your Mama Don’t Dance – Kenny Loggins