Meet The Band

 Vocals

Creative lead vocalist Russell Welch seems prepared to tackle anything involving a visual and vocal performance and the live experience has always been exciting for those on and off the stage. The only way to temper the exuberance of his performance would be to tie him down and even then he would still twitch in time to the music.

Russell Welch

Russell Welch

Rhythm

With a musical pedigree that includes Pete Cowl and Johnny Grinner O’Driscoll who survived the seventies and eighties touring with Bands like This Way Up and Dirty White Boys there was always going to be a different slant on a musical heritage from those other formative days of David Bowie and Alice Cooper. Producing a Rhythm Section to Die for these guys would (and have) even accompanied the Fat Lady singing.

Pete Cowl

Pete Cowl

Johnny O’Driscoll

Johnny O’Driscoll

Guitar

Layered with the Lead Guitar work of John Baigent who likes to play every venue from Bedroom, Marquee, to Infinity and Beyond and delivers the kind of authentic lead sounds that their classic set demands.

John Baigent

John Baigent