Few bands can lay claim to the unique and colorful musical pedigree that makes Twist of Fate synonymous with summer, outdoor celebrations and just plain good times. Whether it's light "cocktail music" to set the mood at the beginning of the night, current favorites, Motown, full-tilt dance tunes or straight ahead American rock 'n' roll, the band prides itself on being equally adept at many styles of music, while adding their own unique blend of sound and spirit. What's more, if there is a tune you really want to hear for an upcoming event, the band can work it up at your request.
Check out Twist of Fate's vast repertoire of songs below to get a sense of what the band can do across genres!
Ants Marching - Dave Mathews Band
Babylon - David Gray
Someone New - Hozier
Blister in the Sun - Violent Femmes
Everybody Wants to Rule the Worlds - Tears for Fears
Budapest - George Ezra
Too Shy - Kajagoogoo
Cars - Gary Numan
Closing Time - Semisonic
Ex's & Oh's - Elle King
February Seven - The Avett Brothers
Mr. Brightside - The Killers
Fisherman’s Blues - The Waterboys
Friday I’m in Love - The Cure
Gamma Ray - Beck
Ho Hey - The Lumineers
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - The Proclaimers
Island In the Sun - Weezer
Lonely Boy - The Black Keys
Man On The Moon - R.E.M.
Renegades - X Ambassadors
Runaway Train - Soul Ayslum
S.O.B. - Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Should I Stay or Should I Go - The Clash
Steal My Kisses - Ben Harper
American Idiot - Green Day
Times Like These - The Foo Fighters
Radio Free Europe - R.E.M.
Enjoy the original versions of our set-list to get a better sense of our varied playlist!
TWIST OF FATE ORIGINALS
In addition to our varied set-list of covers, Twist of Fate has also written, recorded and produced three original albums throughout the band's history.
Give a listen to featured highlights from our albums below!
"Great summer album" - 5/5 stars
“This record shows off Twist of Fate’s versatility, as the band transitions from ska to reggae to pop to calypso and back again. Favorites include their cover of Men at Work’s “Down Under” — listen for the familiar lead played on steel pans — and the harder “Caroline Breeze.” Definitely a great album to have on your iPod for the first BBQ of the summer.” - ABede
iTunes User Review - March 5, 2010
OUT OF THE CELLAR
In our quaint suburban village 23 miles north of NYC, we have found an extension of our practice space. A cozy, basement bar with the greatest bartenders, cool regulars and good company offered into the wee hours of the morning. For those of you faraway or those close who have to stay up past our starting time, we want you to know Twist of Fate in our watering hole, the Cellar Bar. As expected within its doors, Buffett is revered, Corona runs abundantly and the feel and sounds of our tropical roots warm the nights.
FOLLOW THE RHUMBLINE
Our first record plays homage to our yearly ritual of driving down to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The record was made during a transitional time in Twist of Fate’s history and features a potpourri of friends lending their talents to the album, including guests musicians Sharon Leal and Kevin Mambo.