John

Drums

John

Equipment
Sonor SQ2 drums Zildjan Cymbals

Martin

Bass

Martin

Martin is a versatile musician (currently covering Guitar & Bass for Lodestone). He has over 30 years of experience performing on the stage. He's also the winner of "Performer of the Year". Martin has performed all over the UK and in Europe.

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Matt

Guitar

Matt

Matt is a professional Guitarist and Guitar Teacher. At 23 years old, Matt has established himself as an independent music professional across a variety of fields.

Since first picking up the guitar aged 8. Matt has undertaken years of intensive musical training. This includes working through the Rockschool grading syllabus, achieving GCSE Music, a BTEC National Extended Diploma in Music performance, and a First Class BA Honours Degree in Popular Music.

Matt’s professional playing career began at aged 16 touring with UK Country artist Frankie C. Since then, he has accumulated a large selection of equipment and experience, and has established himself as an in demand musician for a variety of Covers, Wedding, Function and Original bands across the UK.

Matt regularly works as a Producer/Engineer/Session Guitarist on studio recordings. This has led him to feature on albums such as Lunaxis – What Good Is Their Love (2018) and has worked alongside legendary producer/engineer Tony Platt (ACDC, Bob Marley, Iron Maiden, Gary Moore, Buddy Guy). Matt also works as an online content writer for MGR Music.
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Rich

Vocals

Rich

Rich has always been involved in music & singing. Starting out on drums & percussion from age 10. He was always in School bands and then progressing to county big bands, brass bands & orchestras. He's played some fantastic venues and worked with some great composers and musicians.

He moved into the band thing fairly late on and joined a few groups that didn't really get off the ground including an original band called 'Hooper'. After a slight break, Rich picked up the sticks for a Pink Floyd tribute act and then in the mid-2000s was asked to pick up a bass guitar for the first time for a local covers band. After quickly picking up the 30 or so songs needed to get through the first gig, it was set in stone.. bass & vocals. Rich even picked up a guitar a few years later to take on the role of Billie Joe Armstrong in a Green Day tribute. Moving on from that Rich left the bass as the main instrument to pick up more of the vocal role and it's been that way ever since.

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