The band always breathes a sigh of relief when we see his name at the top of the chart”

— Director of Music, HAL

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Craftsmanship. Passion. Simplicity.

Almost every single day of the year, one of my arrangements gets performed by a guest entertainer or a production cast on a ship somewhere in the world. That's a fact I'm very proud of. 

If you're looking for an arrangement for your show, you've come to the right place.

How much does arranging cost?

I charge a fixed fee per song. For a simple song for a 7-piece band and singer: $200 (£120)

This includes:  

  • A consultation (to figure out keys, style, instrumentation, exactly what you want etc)  
  • The completed arrangements as PDF files  
  • One round of edits
  • Exclusive use rights to your arrangement (I will not sell the same chart to anyone else)


The industry standard of charging per bar/measure of an arrangement is unfair. Some songs have repeated sections, others are very long but simple. So my per-song, upfront fee is much clearer. My rates are highly competitive, but bear in mind the fee will go up a little for:  

  • Medleys and mash-ups
  • Working on original songs
  • Larger ensembles

But everything is possible! So get in touch via the contact form and we can have a chat about what you need.

The Ronettes

The Ronettes

Most entertainers only have about an hour's rehearsal before their show, so the charts for the band need to be clear, accurate, easy to read and have to sound great. Every singer has their own unique style. That means every arrangement for every show is going to be different. That's where an arranger comes in. Most singers come to me for original arrangements, exclusively for their show. And that's exactly what I've been doing for about a thousand years alongside my own work as a performer. 

5-Piece Band Arrangements for Download

Band Arrangements Catalogue

I've built up quite a collection of charts and a few of the popular ones are available for download below.

Check out the demo audio. My available catalogue is always growing, so drop me a message to see what I've got for your show.

As If We Never Said Goodbye
  • As If We Never Said Goodbye
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From Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard, Norma Desmond returns to the studio. This anthem works as both a theatrical number or as a romantic song. As per the original Broadway version, it includes all three verses and the outro, in Patti LuPone's original key of Eb.

Key: Eb

Vocal range: Bb3 to Bb4 (middle C is C4) Chords: In all parts Print size: US Letter/A4

Included in one pdf: Piano-vocal, Strings, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Lyric sheet.

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Part Of Your World
  • Part Of Your World
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Alan Menken's Disney favourite, arranged in the key of F for 5-piece band, a step down from the Jodi Benson original. Keys 2 provides the strings, while Guitar takes the horn line, giving it a fuller sound.

Optional horn parts (trumpets, saxes, trombone) are also available upon request - just fill out the contact form and let me know what you need.

Key: F

Vocal range: C3 to C4 (middle C is C3)

Chords: In all parts

Print size: US Letter/A4

Included in one pdf: Piano-vocal, Rock Organ, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Voice.

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'60s Medley
  • '60s Medley
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A lively mash up of three early 1960s classics: Do You Love Me? (The Contours), Twist and Shout (Isley Brothers) and Be My Baby (The Ronettes) sandwiched in-between.

Capturing that Phil Spector wall-of-sound, this is a perfect opener for a show, or ideal if you need something to liven up your set. Included is an optional section to get the audience involved, with claps on the 2 and the 4.

Key: C (then D)

Vocal range: A4 to A5 (middle C is C4)

Chords: In all parts

Print size: US Letter/A4

Included in one pdf: Piano-vocal, Rock Organ, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Voice

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Unchained Melody & Hallelujah
  • Unchained Melody & Hallelujah
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These two songs are often a bit heavy on their own, but combined they make a beautiful pairing that everybody loves. The arrangement opens with Hallelujah, then goes into Unchained Melody. There's an optional 'cello line within the Strings/Keys 2 part which plays a beautiful counter-melody to the singer. The band brings back the Hallelujah theme at the end, to bring it all together.

Unchained Melody: Music by Alex North, lyrics by Hy Zaret, made famous by The Righteous Brothers.

Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen

Key: A Vocal range: C#4 to C#5 (optional E6) Chords: In all parts Print size: US Letter/A4

Included in one pdf: Piano, Strings, Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums, Voice & Lyric Sheet.

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