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The Jive Aces
are a six-piece UK based, high energy, jive and swing band, formed in 1989. They were the winners of BBC TV's Opportunity Knocks, and Britain's Got Talent semi-finalists in 2012. They have recorded singles and albums, and have performed at numerous music festivals.
They have received an award from Variety, the Children's Charity for their charity work, and the City of Derry International Music Award in 2006.
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Viral Video "Bring Me Sunshine"
In March 2011 the band produced a YouTube video for their cover of the Morecambe and Wise theme song Bring Me Sunshine in a Louis Prima, jive style. It went on to win several awards at film festivals, and a Silver Telly Award. The video is noted for its uplifting quality and has even been prescribed by a US doctor for depression, as noted in national media.
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Britain's Got Talent
In January 2012 The Jive Aces auditioned for Britain's Got Talent, with the audition airing on week 6 on Saturday 28 April 2012, performing the band's version of the Jungle Book classic, I Wanna Be Like You. The band greatly impressed the judges, with Simon Cowell calling them "Absolutely brilliant" and adding "That really put me in a good mood"! They went on to become the first live band to get through to the live semi-finals of BGT.
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Performing for HM The Queen
On 15 May 2012 the Jive Aces performed for HM the Queen & HRH Prince Philip on their visit to Bromley as part of her majesty's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The band also performed as part of the Jubilee celebration in Hyde Park, featuring alongside other BGT acts. In 2013 the band played 4 shows at Buckingham Palace for The Coronation Festival, the first ever public festival inside the grounds
In April 2012, the band lent their support to the Multi-Marathon for a Drug-Free UK, a 130-mile run organised by the Church of Scientology  from London to Brighton and back to promote a drug-free lifestyle, as it passed through Crawley, West Sussex.
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