Joey - Frontman

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With acclaimed appearances on the rock ‘n’ roll circuit, and despite his youthful 34 years, 
Joe has captivated audiences up and down the country for 23 years with his electrifying piano playing. Joe does his own solo work as well, playing high profile events and venues as well as working in the clubs, hotels, holiday camps, cabaret, and private functions. He also has a fine, trained voice, and he writes and records music for both personal and commercial ventures.  

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The band can boast one of the best rock ‘n’ roll/blues player on the Isle of Wight. Originally from North London Sean brought with him the sounds and riffs of the Islington and Camden blues and rock ‘n’ roll scene. Sean also fronts a successful duo and does session work. He has a personal contact list with members of the pop community that is impressive.


Needed to create that authentic sound and show. The Jivers have worked with Artists such as Charlie Gracie Clem Curtis (foundations) Chas & Dave Jimmy Cricket George MCcrae


Working the U.K & Europe, Entertaining audiences where ever they Play. How many bands these days on the circuit are fronted with a piano player? Lead by Electrifying piano playing front man Joey


Warner Hotels ROYAL NAVY Airbus UK London Olympics 2012 Skandia Rolls-Royce Plc Nokia Yesterday Once More BAE Systems, GKN Car Phone Warehouse The Bank of England

Steve - Bass

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Bass guitar, is rock-steady Eddie himself, Steve. This man knows his scales and enjoys
nothing more than bridging the rhythm section with the melody-men using his customary laid back style that is sought after by many.
Steve is also from North London but now lives on the Isle of Wight and enjoys a very busy schedule gigging and session work.

Joe.R - Drums/Vocals

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Joe played his first gig at the age of 12, just two weeks after taking his first drum lesson. Since then, he has gone on to play drums, percussion and keyboard (not often at the same time, thankfully!in over 100 different theatrical productions, the highlight being playing drums for the legendary Ray Davies on his musical,'Come Dancing'. In 2004, he broke the Guiness Drum Marathon World Record, playing drums continuously for 51 hours and 4 minutes
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