Band Biogs

Alan Wakeman – Saxes and Flute 

With a pedigree like the ‘Who’s Who of British Jazz’ (Collier, Dankworth, Rendell, Westbrook), Alan has also featured with artists such as Georgie Fame, Lulu and Soft Machine.  He can really wail!

Richard Baker – Trombone   

Originally a classical player working with the RSC and CBSO, Richard has increasingly gravitated to jazz and is now much in demand on this front.  A fine soloist, with a beautiful tone on the ‘bone.

Neil Hunter – Piano, Keyboard 

Classically trained in piano and organ, Neil has worked extensively in the UK and further afield.  Neil’s powerful rhythmic approach has developed through his time in fusion and salsa bands so he is more than handy with a groove!

 

Adrian Litvinoff – Double Bass, Electric Bass 

A jazz player since youth, Adrian’s experience also embraces rock and blues, ska and reggae, salsa, African and country music.  His melodic bass playing complements the other players beautifully, and his arrangements are truly ‘earresting’

 

Dave Balen – Drums, Percussion 

Dave began in the blues and rock bands of the 1960s.  Always passionate about improvised music and playing jazz he became an early student of Indian music.  Now a seasoned world musical traveller, Dave brings it all back home from East and West, North and South.

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