DAVE PARKER has been living and working for three years in Spain and has built up a reputation as a top quality pro performer.
His main thing are the songs of Sinatra, Buble, Darin, Harry Connick Jr etc. Dave does stress however that I am not a tribute act!
He sings in his own voice, meaning that although he sings songs from these people - he does it in his own style.
As well as the songs of all the great above mentioned artistes he also does cabaret party show, Sweet Caroline, Amarillo , etc
plus a load of soul, motown and rock and roll to fill the dance floor!
Real name Micheal Harding - is a heartwarming singer born in Greenwich London, England.
MR MAPH is an artist that simply uses music as an expression. His primary genre's are Soul, Gospel and RnB and House. He also has featured on Major label's like Pacha and Ministry of Sound along with Warner Music.
DAVID CHRISTIAN-CLARK is a professional Spanish Guitarist playing popular themes including light Flamenco. Also solo self-contained guitar/vocals/piano.
He first started learning guitar at the age of 10. He played in various Rock Groups and Bands in his teens in the Portsmouth area on the south coast of England. (Born in Southsea).
Also studying Classical Guitar with Adele Kramer and Antonio Albanes, both Professors of Guitar at The Guildhall School, London.
David performed as a Cabaret artist on many famous cruise-liners, including the QE2 (Cunard) and the Canberra (P&O).
More than 30 years experience performing both as a soloist and bandleader. He also played guitar in many Big Bands (sight-reader) and worked as Head of Music at some fee-paying schools on the Costa Del Sol.
MICHELLE DANIELS has an impressive vocal range enables her to perform all genres of music from cocktail music to dance, rock and roll to chart toppers. Her style lends itself very nicely to smooth soul and motown but you will hear lots of contemporary classics during her dance sets.
Her extensive repertoire includes material from the 60's right through to the present day ECHOES OF THE 60s:
Michelle is also part of Echoes of the 60's & Rewind consist of 3 of the costa del sol's top artists, Mark Connor, (international solo vocalist and part of the duo Mark ’n’ Ron, as well as the lead singer in the band TRIXXX & Visions of Vegas. she is also part Voulez Vous & ABBAtastic .
DEBORAH DEE will enhance your evening through her magical voice and her exquisite repertoire in five languages which ranges from classical Maria Callas and Pavarotti, musical theatre, jazz and bossa nova, and some of our favourite contemporary melodic themes. Deborah was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she lived most of her life. Deborah began to sing and perform when she was two years old. Ever since then, she has explored different musical fields and styles, such as classical, jazz, tango and musical theatre. Deborah has sung with some of the best choir directors in Argentina, such as Néstor Zadoff and Miguel Ángel Pesce.
Singer/Songwriter of soft rock, ballads & blues. Electro-acoustic rhythm guitarist + stereo chorus. Solo performances ideal for wedding receptions, venues & restaurants that need quality ambiance with gentle soul and a PA that is quick to setup & strike, providing crystal clear sound in full stereo. Colour lighting included. Experience with large stages (e.g. Glastonbury). Presently recording at his compact home studio and uploading to Soundcloud/Gram Russell with audio visuals on Youtube/Graham Russell Pead .
As 'Baba G', he was a world dance mix & chillout DJ in Karnataka & Goa, India. Perfect for private parties!
Born of ‘Celt Albion’ parentage, to the afro-rhythms of Ghana; educated near Oxford; and politically ‘baptized’ by the Vietnam War, Woodstock and the Isle of Wight Festivals—this veteran ‘troubadour’ has performed internationally for many years, whilst a secondary school teacher of Maths & English.
His broad repertoire includes original ballads & blues, with classic covers of love & consciousness. Founder/MD of the Avalon Stage & Field at Glastonbury Festival. “...Gram Russell continues the heritage of the troubadour in raising consciousness through music with ballads on personal relationships, delivered with sincerity.” Venue Magazine
Reflecting on my life: Playing tennis with & coaching Dustin Hoffmann in Oxford English; Crooning with a relaxed Goldie Hawn & her sister; Performing on stage in front of an appreciative Van Morrison; Singing a duet with Gary Moore's sister at Glastonbury Festival; jamming with Fleetwood Mac at a debauched LA party; chatting backstage with J.J. Cale... "Name-dropping" aside, it's been a wonderful life with magical moments. May it continue... and may those who have difficulty with me (themselves!), learn to understand 'The Way you are' - in the (vain)glorious search for (e)quality, perfection & universal truths. Ojala! Herewith, a rare early recording of one of my songs at a live studio session beside Glastonbury Abbey.
From an early studio session beside Glastonbury Abbey, another original song of mine (autobiographical), which was remixed 'Back Home' in Benajarafe, Spain:
Recorded at Zen Studios in the Annapurna mountains of Pokhara, Nepal - this original song is a dedication to conscientious parents, composed whilst mine were passing 'Further On' to infinity: https://youtu.be/l1mEK_m7sio
Herewith, a personal (non-sexist) interpretation of 'The Great Invocation', recorded live beside Glastonbury Abbey, with the first awakening bird-song of a beautiful Avalonian dawn: https://youtu.be/_DMZ9LnEpM8.
In gratitude to all the patient & talented artistes who taught me the craft of 'sonic alchemy'. Above all, to 'Avalonian Angles' who never forsook my spirit - to inspire sweet soul music.
UK-born and bred singer-songwriter Sarah Lucy Dole has been singing in various bands for more than 20 years. Now pursuing a highly successful solo career, she comes across with the confidence and command of a woman who knows exactly who she is and what she wants to say. Music is, and has always been, the lifeblood of her very existence. From a very young age of growing up in a somewhat dysfunctional family, music became Sarah’s lifeline.
She was born in the Gloucestershire town of Cheltenham, the youngest of five children to a father who spent several years on the run. This meant that Sarah and her family moved often from house to house, town to town, often miles away from friends and relatives. It seemed at times like a different school every other term, forging new short-term friendships. Throughout all this upheaval Sarah found solace in music, and from a young age she discovered a connection to the country music that her errant father loved.
Music became Sarah’s way of gaining attention from family and friends. From the age of three she would be the family’s entertainment, singing and performing for anyone who would stop and listen. She learnt to be somewhat self-sufficient; strong enough to survive in extreme and ever-changing circumstances. She channelled her thoughts and emotions into writing songs and knew from a young age that she wanted to pursue a singing career.
Whilst gaining a degree with honours in commercial music at Canterbury Christ Church University, Sarah became involved in various musical projects including stints in Trader Bay, Buntline Special and Star Lane. This led to Sarah supporting such international performers as Chip Taylor (Angel in the Morning) with Carrie Rodriguez, Al Perkins (The Band, The Eagles, Bob Dylan) with Kevin Montgomery, Gail Davies (The first female record producer in Country Music), Glen Tilbrook (Squeeze), Susan Gibson (Wide Open Spaces) and Sally Barris (Little Voice) who described Sarah ‘as an English Rose but you would never know that listening to her crystal clear country voice. I have known Sarah for many years and she has really come into her own as a songwriter and singer! A real woman singing real songs about heartbreak, love, the road, strength and resilience. Fans who like Patty Loveless and Pam Tillis will embrace Sarah and her songs.’
In 2000 Sarah produced a prison concert involving 26 musicians, including prisoners, to raise money for the Demelza House children’s charity. Glen Tilbrook (Squeeze) headlined the concert that raised more than £12,000.
Sarah played at the Country2Country Music Festival at the O2 Arena in 2013/14 and was named in the top three in the 2013 Great British Country Song Award. She has also gained two official Country Music Awards at The Texas Sounds International country Music Awards 2014/2015 and was a special guest star performer in 2016. That same year she was voted in the top 10 nominees for Artist of the Year at the 2016 UK Country Radio Awards.
Currently in the studio working on her next album, Sarah finally released her first full-length album, BUCKLE UP in 2013. It was an impressive album full of honest, from the heart songs filled with optimism and hope. Several of the songs are like pages torn from chapters of her life. My Life concerns finding the strength to walk away from an abusive relationship written and sung with great power and emotion. Slammin’ Door explores a similar scenario as a bruised and battered woman seeks a loving relationship following a series of disastrous entanglements
It takes great courage for anyone to open up their heart and inner soul like this, but Sarah does it with an element of hope and optimism for the future rather than wallowing in a sad and heartbreaking past. Her faith obviously plays a part as she explains in Getting Over You, a soulful ballad and the spiritual You Shine On with its inspiring lyrics and lush arrangement.
Sarah Lucy Dole’s ability to connect with the human heart through her singing is an amazing thing to witness. Listen to her sing, listen to her songs, you will understand this. It’s a gift, and she uses her gifts beautifully.