Red Hot are a 1920s- 1940s UKULELE/VOCAL DUO for themed and corporate events: "Red" Lynda Styan with the vivid voice and rocking wooden ukulele and Anthony Mason "Hot" virtuoso on the ukulele banjo, faster than Formby with lusty larynx and a fine line in bravura banter. The two of them together have been described as dynamite by usually unexcitable observers and "perfectly wonderful" by the more eloquent. The Royal Artillery surrendered to them at Larkhill Barracks one memorable evening of Spitfires and rain, while entire towns still talk of them in awed whispers.
Not necessarily tied to the stage with full PA system, they also do walkabout with their instruments and voices, generating grins and getting toes tapping even if they're inside Doc Martens or size 10 army issue. Lynda also sings soul-stirring ballads (without her uke) and 'songs from the shows' of the 1930s/40s in the style of Peggy Lee, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Ella Fitzgerald, embracing the music of Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Irving Berlin.
They can also work with dazzling accordionist Janet Beale to make "Red Hot and Blonde" . In addition, Lynda is of course also available as a solo artiste in her own right.