About Polkadot Robot

Polkadot Robot is a West Midlands-based professional function band available for weddings, parties and other special occasions.

With covers ranging from 50’s classics to recent releases Polkadot Robot will bring a spectrum of authentic rock and pop covers to your event – no pale imitations, just full-bodied sonic satisfaction guaranteed to get the party started! Set lists can be tailored to taste – have a browse through our ever-evolving set list for a flavour of what we deliver.

With four dedicated members, Polkadot Robot is a band you can rely on to make your occasion a special one. Feel free to get in touch to check our availability, discuss your requirements or request a quote!




Meet the Band

Lucy Graham is Polkadot Robot’s well-versed vocalist and former frontwoman of indie-pop band And What Will Be Left Of Them? Lucy has extensively toured throughout the UK as well as in Holland and Germany. Her musical exploits as part of AWWBLOT gained significant coverage by the BBC who described her as one of “England’s finest art-pop darlings”!
Electric guitar duties are fulfilled by Chris Nicholls – a graduate of Cardiff University’s School of Music and a tutor at the Worcester School of Rock and Performance. Chris can replicate most noises with six strings including the odd organ part! As an experienced technician, Chris also oversees the PAT testing and general well-being of Polkadot Robot’s electrical equipment.
Kerry White’s bass playing forms the thunderous foundations of Polkadot Robot. Kerry has a wealth of experience playing in bands spanning multiple genres, most notably the UK’s foremost Robin Trower cover band – Trower Power. Kerry teaches extensively, providing bass and music theory lessons across Worcestershire, at the Mike Smith Guitar Academy and at the Worcester School of Rock and Performance.
Craig Sharpe is a formidable force behind the drums and has played with a multitude of musical acts and famous names including singer-songwriter Dido. Craig studied Popular Music at the University of Wolverhampton and has toured across the UK and on cruise ships sailing the North Sea. Craig always has a plethora of projects on the go, most recently Foo Fighters Tribute, Thirty Six Strategies and Navajo Ace.