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Paul Wilcox

A rock ‘n’ roller by night and Music Educator by day, Paul has been performing for almost 20 years. In the past, he has supported the likes of Placebo and Feeder, and even toured the country solo with top artists such as Lulu and Scott Matthews. When not rocking with the ‘Scoundrels’... Paul works with choirs and singing groups in the Midlands, leading workshops and seminars at venues including Sage Gateshead and Birmingham Symphony Hall.

Paul’s charisma and personality on stage guarantees that every audience will be up on the dance floor joining him for a sing and a dance!

Ant Foote

With over 25 years gigging experience, Ant has been widely recognised as one of the most talented guitarists in the Midlands. In the past, he’s toured with James Blunt, Them is Me and Boomtown Rats, performing at top venues, such as the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham. He does various session work with studios and producers, and delivers master classes on guitar for a variety of organisations across the UK.

When he’s not rocking out on stage, Ant loves making guitars and can be often found adding cool modifications to the band’s instruments.

Al Rees

Al has been rocking out since the late 1970’s and was featured in the very first edition of NME. Starting out as the co-founder of the now legendary band “Split Beaver”, he has since toured with the likes of Dr Feelgood, Lindisfarne and Shakin’ Stevens, and played anywhere and everywhere... including the prestigious Marquee Club.

With the 50's and 60's being his favourite musical era, Al can be found grooving around the stage with the very best vintage footwear donning his trademark Ray-Bans... the epitome of cool!

The band

We offer the ‘real band’ experience and play 50’s and 60’s songs as they should be played... loud, alive and with attitude. We pride ourselves on the professionalism of our performance.

With a reputation for entertaining… and having worked hard on a set of energetic ‘classics’… we can engage and captivate any audience (young or old) to groove all night long.

We look forward to rocking with you soon!