Sarah Collins is a firm favourite on today's Motown and Northern Soul scene with many appearances at UK and European festivals and events.  Her YouTube channel has thousands of subscribers from all over the world, and videos of her singing covers to backing tracks have clocked up over 12 million views. 

She now plays with a group of highly experienced musicians to recreate the live sound and feel of the songs which originated from the mid 60s and have swept the dance floors ever since. 

With a line-up of guitar, bass, drums and keyboards, backing vocals and a one, two or three-piece brass section, the band play authentic arrangements of the original songs.  Keep The Faith provide a live Northern Soul and Motown experience that is second to none.


Keep The Faith's Live CD is now available.  Click
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2020 Gigs    News

2021 Gigs
Fri July 2nd - Rock Around the Decades Festival, Thirsk 
Fri Sept 10th
- Skegness Scooter Rally
Sat Aug 28th - Private function
Fri Oct 3rd - ManHealth Festival, Co. Durham (ticket details to come)
Fri Oct 22nd
- Private function
Sat Nov 20th
- Cairndale Hotel, Dumfries (ticket details to come)
Sat Nov 27th - Motown & Soul Party Night, Telford (ticket details to come)
Sat Dec 18th - Christmas Party Night, Boston, Lincs (ticket details to come) 

Previous public gigs include:
Ripley Live (x3), Richmond Live Festival, VW Festival, Leeds University, Masham Town Hall (x4), Oakengates Theatre (Telford x4), Retro Music Weekend at Stanwix Park (x2), The Avenue (Chesterfield), Charity Soul (Harrogate), Skegness Scooter Rally, Woody's Music Shack, Dumfries Soul Club (x5), Mansfield Stagfest, Hull Ionians RUFC Summer Ball, Stone Valley Festival North (x2), Marton Music Festival, Durham Brass Festival (x2), Hampstwaite Feast, The Troubadour (Northallerton), Girvan Scooter Club, Queens Hotel (Leeds), Glen Pavilion Dunfermline (x2), Bloodwise Charity Ball (Leyburn), Stone Valley Festival South, The Dome (London), Boston Scooter Rally, Messy In Moortown, North Ormesby Institute, Maida Vale (Liverpool), Middleton Lodge, Otley Social Club, Silloth Music Festival, Haven Thorpe Park (Cleethorpes), Skalloween Festival (Dumfries), Lucarlys (Grimsby), Venue 73 (Brighouse), Cockerton Insititute (Darlington), Longridge Civic Hall (Preston), Rochdale Cricket Club, Gainsborough Blues Club, Grassington Town Hall (x2), Maida Vale (Sheffield), Ilkley Tennis Club Members' Ball, Vintage for Victory Festival (Cardiff), Railfest (Harrogate), Longbeach Leisure Park (Hornsea), Penicuik Town Hall, Bradford City Football Club.



Sarah recently performed at the Annual Benefit Party for Able Flight at the legendary Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio with Tad Robinson and his band.  Able Flight is an aviation non-profit scholarship program that makes it possible for people with a variety of physical disabilities to become licensed pilots.  Sarah said "I got to meet some amazing people there and absolutely loved singing at such a prestigious venue.  I can't wait to go back to the States."




Could playing gigs down South be like waiting for a bus?  After a long wait, two came along at once - on the same day!  In June 2018, after playing at the Stone Valley South Festival in the afternoon we headed down to North London to perform at The Dome in the evening.  It's a 500 capacity venue with a great dancefloor.  The evening kicked off with a Motown pre-party with top DJs, followed by a 90 minute set from Sarah and the band. Then it was Northern Soul on vinyl all the way until 2am.  Amy Winehouse's Mum who's been following Sarah on Twitter came to the gig and tweeted "Went to see the amazing Sarah Collins and her band.  If you get the chance, go to see them for a great evening of music." 




'Soul Music' is a long-running series on BBC Radio 4 in which people talk about songs which mean a lot to them and have moved them emotionally. In an episode on Procul Harum's 'A Whiter Shade of Pale', Sarah's Dad talks about first hearing the record after finding it on the turntable of an old gramophone in a pub his father had just taken over, and Sarah tells how her Dad asked her to upload a cover version to her YouTube channel as part of her music therapy to recover from her brain tumour. You can listen to an extract from the programme here.  Sarah has also been featured on the popular US podcast 'Kreiner's Korner'.  In the 47 minute programme Sarah talks about her background and love for music, and Jeff Kreiner plays several tracks both from Sarah and the band.  You can listen  here.