Rachael is originally from Southport and graduated from The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in Acting.
Theatre Credits include: Hannah Chaplin in The Charlie Chaplin Story (UK Tour); Snow White in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs(Southport Theatre); Little Voice in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (British Theatre Playhouse); Understudy Mary/Ensemble in the Rod Stewart Musical Tonight's the Night (UK Tour); Lead Vocalist on-board MV Oriana (P&O Cruises).
TV & Commercial Credits include: Emmerdale; CSL; ASDA.
Raised in London, Leo Aram-Downs is a 21 year old singer, songwriter and instrumentalist. His music comes from a unique blend of influences ranging from fingerstyle acoustic guitar to gospel to tech metal, and everything in between. Sound-wise, some have called it "Nihilist pop" while others call it "Campfire whiteboy", and it's brought to life in intimate acoustic shows and electrifying band performances.
His musical career began at the age of 10, when he first started writing music. At the age of 16, he won a place at The BRIT School For Performing Arts & Technology. Whilst attending BRIT he developed new ways of playing, performing and writing, and by the time he graduated he had a much expanded group of compositions under his belt. Since then he has enrolled at Goldsmiths, University of London and plays regular gigs all over the UK and parts of Europe both as a solo act, and as an "in-demand" session player.
Ian grew up on an isolated ranch owned by Carole King in the mountains of Idaho. He discovered his passion for music, performing and songwriting here. Since then, music has taken him to the coast of California where he launched himself as a solo artist.
Ian attended Paul McCartney's Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and now lives in London where he is a full time musician and songwriter.
He likes writing haiku and doing yoga in his spare time, and would love to one day go on a hike with Jimmy Page.
Eddie was born and raised in New Zealand and seeing as everything arrives 50 years too late over there I guess you could say he's currently in the middle of the rEVOLution! Since arriving in the UK he has immersed himself in the arts, particularly honing his craft as an actor musician, performing in shows around London, the UK and Europe. His most recent tour of the UK saw him play Mavolio and the Nurse in musical adaptations of Twelfth Night and Romeo and Juliet respectively, with The Three Inch Fools. Other highlights include Macbeth (Macbeth), Diary of a Scoundrel (Gregory) and Equus (Alan Strang). When he's not prancing about the stage Eddie is prancing about the stage with his folk/rock/blues/psychedelic/Russian skiffle/acid choral/oneofthosebands band, Sunshine Savage.
Singer-songwriter, Rebecca Harkin, has already accomplished more in her budding career than many artists do in a lifetime. From performing for Hilary Clinton at the age of 16, performing on acclaimed BBC Radio 1, singing at the National Concert Hall as backing vocalist for Keith Harkin, Brian Byrne and the RTE Orchestra, to opening as support act for the renowned artist "Paul Brady", supporting Imelda May on both sold out shows in 2017, and performing for an audience of 32,000 people in France, Rebecca is no stranger to the stage as a respected artist in her craft.
A talented pianist and vocalist hailing from Derry and Donegal, Rebecca knew from a young age that music was her passion. Her distinctive original sound has a Soul, Blues and Acoustic vibe and has garnered accolades from BBC Radio, Entertainment Ireland and both international and local radio stations and magazines world wide.
A recent graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music, Charlie holds an MMus in Jazz Drum Kit and a BMus in Contemporary Music. He has worked at Holland America Cruise Line and Princess Cruises in their respective orchestra's as well as extensive experience in London theatre. Charlie is also an in demand session musician, running remote recordings from his studio in North London.
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