Kerrie-Ann trained at the prestigious Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford as a session singer, from this she was signed to the ACM agency. Kerrie-Ann has been privileged to work with such artists as Jamelia, Gareth Gates, Jocelyn Brown, Newton Faulkner and Robbie Williams to name a few.
Now Kerrie-Ann has a family, she works as a vocals coach for numerous stage schools training children and teenagers. Kerrie-Ann is often called up to train choirs for professional touring shows such as Joseph and his Technicolour Dream Coat, Abba Mania, A Tribute to Dean Martin, Andy Abrahams tour, The Westenders and most recently Brendan Cole’s (Strictly Come Dancing) Showman tour. She has also been used a few times to MD choirs for Children In Need for BBC Television.
Paul is a guitarist, vocalist, synthesizer programmer, sound engineer and occasional songwriter from Dorset. He started making music aged 11, using kids keyboards, assorted percussion, tape loops and whatever else came to hand. At 12 he began to learn guitar and by 14 he had started performing regularly around his hometown of Dorchester.
Paul released his first album in 1989. Over the years Paul has performed with quite a few originals, covers and tribute bands including The UK Pink Floyd, Synchronicity UK (Sting & Police) and, most notably, was a founding member of the award winning And Finally…Phil Collins, which still regularly tours up and down the country. For several years Paul has performed on the main stages of the internationally famous Great Dorset Steam Fair, most recently supporting the ever popular Wurzels!
Paul enjoys listening to and playing a wide range of musical styles, but his earliest influences were the new wave, two-tone and synth pop of the early 80s.
With over forty years’ experience in the music business, Remi has toured extensively throughout Europe and worldwide; primarily as a bassist, but also as producer, sound engineer and technician.
After an apprenticeship on the club circuit, Remi performed in several bands writing original material which led to a publishing deal and the subsequent release of two albums, one single and two EPs in the 80s.
More recently he has worked with some of the south coasts’ busiest covers and function bands.
Nick comes from a musical family and has been a professional Drummer for the past 22 years.
His early days in the music industry were served with a Dorset based ‘Covers Band performing over 400 gigs a year, including Armed Forces shows across the length and breadth of Europe. He then formed and produced a professional Function outfit serving Corporate clients across the whole of the UK.
In 2012 Nick took the position of Drummer with a Touring Theatre Production with the UK’S Number One Tribute to Phil Collins, And Finally… Phil Collins, twice voted the best by the Agents Association of Great Britain.
Renowned as a superb session player Nick has performed on several original artists’ studio albums. For the past eight years Nick has been an integral part of Dorset’s number one Party/Function band Chill.
Nick is the engine room of any performance, his ability and drive form the bedrock of any Band he plays with.