Louise also sings with a fantastic jazz band "Bejazzled" -musicians include guitar, drums, electric bass plus on occasion keys and sax.

Jon G - Guitar

A multi talented instrumentalist, Jon can also be found playing the keyboard and trombone when not strumming his guitar in Bejazzled. His school years were spent playing trombone and tenor horn in brass bands such as Denmead Brass and Ocean Brass at various shows including Portsmouth Music Festival. Originally a classically trained pianist and brass player, he was corrupted by rock on seeing the Johhny be Good sequence in Back to the Future and played guitar in about every band he could in college.

Other projects include an acoustic duo called "Strolla" , a Disco Revival studio recording project called "Hot Romance" , a synth pop project called "Digital Romance" and influences include Fleetwood Mac, Supertramp and Simon & Garfunkel.


Rich P - Drums

Rich is a professional drummer and teacher and has been for the last ten years. He toured Europe from the age of twelve and on numerous occasions since. Rich plays and teaches all genres of music and most of his teaching is in private independent schools in Salisbury. He has gigged in many different venues throughout the country, with his proudest moment when he performed in the Royal Albert Hall in London.


Andy S - Upright Bass

Andy grew up in Bournemouth in the 1970's, listening to Elvis and the Beatles before getting into all the chart hits of the period during his teens, at the same time, his dad was a big jazz fan and sax player and introduced his son to Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, Glenn Miller and Ted Heath. They would regularly go and see The Syd Lawrence Orchestra at the Pavilion, as well as other small local jazz bands. One of the most memorable concerts was seeing Buddy Rich & his Orchestra at Poole Arts Centre in the early 1980's.
Although Andy now plays bass, he originally started playing the drums at 16, it was another 10 years before he would take up the bass and start joining and forming bands of his own, mainly playing rock, but has also had a 10-piece Motown tribute band and spent 4 years playing Traditional Irish Folk. He has also worked with the famous bassist Herbie Flowers (through his Rock Workshops) which culminated in an open air concert in Kent.
Andy eventually bought a second-hand Electric Upright Bass and began introducing this into some of the bands he worked with and since moving to Salisbury, has become a regular at local music jam nights both with the upright and bass guitar and is often asked to dep for local bands.
Favourite Jazz: Jamie Cullum, Ella Fitzgerald and the Jacques Loussier Trio.

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