Chris Madison – lead vocalist

is a familiar face and voice around the South East. In ten years as a professional vocalist, he has performed from the West End to cruise ships and as a studio session singer. His experience and repertoire are extremely broad, singing everything from country to jazz, and working with different covers and original bands. It is often Chris who liaises with the client prior to the function.

 

 

 

Adrian Marshall – bass guitar

claims to have been born in Cardiff (local authorities and real Welsh people still deny this). He started playing guitar at 16, and bass a few years later and has played over 2000 gigs in the last 20 years, playing in all styles. He runs weekly Rock Jam sessions and teaches guitar. He has played with P.J Proby, the Ruts, Dr Feelgood, the Piranhas, Pierre La Rue, to name but a few. He currently plays with the Brighton Beach Boys, the Ruts, The Clash and Stevie Ray Vaughan tribute acts. Adrian has completed many studio sessions, playing on a vast array of locally released studio albums. He has also has TV work with EPS and The Champions (through P.J. Proby). Recent gigs include the Komedia, Brighton and the Worthing Pavilion (Brighton Beach Boys) plus weekly as well as regular local pub and club work.

 
 

Steve Wrigley - lead guitar

ia very well respected guitarist on the UK music scene. He began to learn to play the guitar when he was 10, and is now… well, able to drink in licensed premises. Performing in bands since his teenage, he has played in almost all styles, including pop, rock, soul, jazz, Latin, classical, African and blues. His own bands include SRV (Stevie Ray Vaughn tribute), Cha Cha Bar, and The Look Of Love Orchestra, a 35-piece playing the music of Burt Bacharach. He has been a composer/sound designer for over 70 theatre productions including The Lost Continent; Fever Pitch; Bye, Bye Blackbird; Notes from a small island; Football Factory; Hamlet. His TV Credits include: Forty Minutes, The Magician, Art Attack and Wogan. Other credits of note include: The Love Affair, Sarah Jane Morris, Pucho and the Latin Soul Brothers, Boothby Graffoe, Phil Nichol, Bernard Purdie, P. J. Proby, James Stewart, The Cornish Sinfonia, LPO, Linda Nolan, Stephanie De Sykes and Paul Zenon.

 

   
 

Geoff Ansell - drums, percussion and backing vocals

names his hobbies as ‘Trying to contract rare tropical diseases and getting more people to understand that drummers are nice people too.’ Born in Brighton, he began playing the drums at the age of 8, which must have been a delight for the neighbours. His credits include The Piranhas, The Blue Hearts and The Coral Reefers, and he plays regularly at the Connaught, Hove. He has recorded two albums, with 2 more on the way, and singles with the Blue Hearts. He has radio play across Europe and has played support gigs with Jools Holland. The Blues Hearts were the only British act to be included on the BBC2 Country Night. e the only British act to be included on the BBC 2 Country Night.

   
 

Chris Moore – keyboards and backing vocals

has a performance career dating back to his 5 th year. Since then, he has toured (Bruce Ruffin and the Boogaloo Band), recorded (Power and the Pync Brothers) and composed (London Contemporary Theatre, Ballet Rambert) around the UK and overseas. Famously described by his wife as ‘the only man in the world I should never have married’ radio credits include Capital and Radio One, TV credits included documentaries, dance and commercials. His library music has appeared on numerous video films and corporate/marketing videos. He has performed at Edinburgh and Brighton Festival, at the Adelphi and Cambridge theatres in London, at CJ's in London (residency) and in France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, New York and Thailand.