|As far back as I can remember, I have always loved music and I hope I always will.
I started playing classical guitar at the age of 7 and the electric
guitar soon followed. I travelled extensively as a musician and singer
both in the UK and abroad exploring a wide range of musical styles.
Whilst playing guitar in ‘Joseph and The Amazing Technicolour
Dreamcoat’ I worked with an old school chum Gordy Marshall. We went on
to form the band Sahara. Our first album ‘Observation’ was released in
1986. Little did we know that 27 years later we would create our own
show ‘Reflections of A rock and Roll Tour’!
time as a Session Singer in London led to many exciting ventures
including ‘Quadrophenia’ with The Who in London and New York, writing
with Steve Farris of Mr Mr in LA and meeting Rick Fenn of 10cc. Rick
and I wrote and produced material under our band name Circle of 4
before going on to write the musical ‘Robin Prince of Sherwood’.
‘Robin’ was commissioned and produced by my great friend Bill Kenwright
and enjoyed success in London’s West End as well as on tour. I played
the Sheriff of Nottingham in London at the Piccadilly Theatre and loved
every minute of it!
I was enchanted by the theatre and still am so when I was asked to play
Roy Orbison in the ‘Roy Orbison Story’, I jumped at the chance. After
Two West End seasons and three tours I played Roy again in the London
production of ‘Four Steps to Heaven.’
For over two decades, I have been proud to sing, play, record and tour
the world with my good friend, the legendary Sir Cliff Richard...Continue reading.