Aubrey & Paul started working together after Aubrey called him on stage to sing with him at the Celtic Manor.
The rest as they say is history.
Both singers are availabe as solo acts or as the incredible ''Parsons & Dark' - Two big blokes from Wales singing songs you love!
Live music can enhance your event to the extent that people will still be talking about your party in years to come. Aubrey Parsons has over 30 experience as a Wedding singer, Party Singer & Corporate entertainer. No matter what type of function you are planning, Aubrey will work with you to make it the best night of your life!
"The world is full of talented people but finding them is usually down to pure chance; so let me save you the trouble and time of trying....go and see Aubrey! If magic exists it's at work with his voice and whatever your taste in music you are guaranteed not to be disappointed." - 11th Dec 2015 by A. J. Dobbs - Author
What if you booked entertainment for your event that people were still talking about in 10 years time? Now Imagine your party full of happy, dancing people; here you will find everything you need to know about how to make that dream come true.
Aubrey has been the resident singer at the Five Star St David's Hotel & Spa since it's opening in 1999. He is also a resident entertainer for Corporate and Special Events at the Five Star Celtic Manor Resort. (He performed at the 2010 Ryder Cup winners party and was joined onstage by the entire 2010 European Team and numerous celebrities).
Aubrey has performed for Sir Anthony Hopkins, Take That (Pre show and after show party), The Stereophonics, "Michael Jackson forever" - aftershow party, all the UK
Major banks, Soho House, Sir Terry Matthews MBE, Sir Chris Evans MBE, Sir John Hurt MBE, BBC TV, ITV, Granada Television, Catherine Jenkins, Brian May, Kylie Minogue, Max Boyce, Gareth Edwards,
Charlotte Church, The Hoff, Al Green, Ant & Dec, Midge Ure, Johnny Vegas, Mel B, Damon Hill, Gabby Logan, Les Ferdinand, The Ryder Cup, John Barrowman, Sir Rocco Forte, JPR Williams, Tom
Shanklin, Imelda Staunton, Gary Barlow, Proffessor Sir Chris Evans, Theo Paphitis, Willy Carsons, Martin Fry (ABC), & the list goes on growing!