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Ex Steps


Available as : Solo act, 3 piece band, 4 piece band

Fee: Depending on set requirements and duration

Set length: Any duration up to 2.5 hours.

Style: Pop, Rock, Indie, Dance, R'n'B, Soul

Sounds like: Steps, Abba, Girls Aloud, Spice Girls, Liberty X, Paramore, Blondie, Chaka Khan, Amy Winehouse, Annie Lennox

Comments: Can do an original set, a cover set or a combination.


Maddee Loveday was the original vocalist in the chart topping band Steps in the 90's. Her recording of '5-6-7-8' where she is the lead vocalist is now a mainstay in the history of pop. 

After leaving Steps she worked with members of S Express and toured with Finley Qauye before embarking on a solo career that has bought much success.

As recently as 2013 she had a number 7 in the UK Club Chart and number 13 in the Pop Charts for her dance single "Follow Love". She also reached no 5 in World Dance Music Charts after she won a prestigious award at the "Peoples Choice Winner" for Eurodance Web Awards 2013. She received more than 150,000 views for her music video "Follow Love" directed by Derek Hanlon (Robbie Williams) on YouTube alone.

Maddee has performed live on two main events for the BBC for producer Chris Lycett organised by Silverscope Records. This included the first ever performance by an artist on BBC Radio in 5.1 Surround Sound as well as a prestigious BBC Maida Vale recording session.

She won the award for best R'nB and Soul artist at the international MMA awards in Malta in 2012 and also featured on Peter Andres Video Diary TV show in 2013.

Maddee has also appeared on Blu Ray Disk with japanese composer "Hiroki Okano" .and her voice is well known in Japan..

After performing for the Prime Minister in October 2014 and appearing live on national radio she signed her fourth recording deal of her career with Nice and Spicy Records UK.  A new single is to be released in May 2015 with a new album planned for late 2015.

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