The Sleeze Sisters Band Members

Chris

Captain Cumalot - The eccentric front man with the Sisters was signed to a major label at the age of 17, and proceeded to tour the USA for the proceeding three years. On his arrival back in the UK he reformed an old school band “Splitz” who had minor success in Europe supporting The Alarm, Girl school, Thunder, Magnum to name a few. Not known for being a shy retiring type, Chris is very much a stand up in your face sort of front man who likes to get the audience involved wherever possible. A lover of Lycra and rubber, you are always likely to feel underdressed at a Sisters gig.

drums

Steve - Borrowed from Billy Smarts circus Sister Steve started playing at 13 and at 17 started his teaching career. At 18 he was playing professionally backing artists by reading their music. At 22 he was the drummer on the first ever rap record by a white man. Steve has been a session drummer and has played all over the world in rock blues and jazz festivals. Steve has played with a range of famous people including Sting, Enrico Tomasso and Ken Dodd. Influenced by Buddy Rich, Jojo Mayer and Simon Kirke he likes to think he’s still 22. Steve uses a mix of Beverley, shine and premier Drums with various cymbals.

sax

Stevie - Steve sax started on clarinet with the Surrey Youth orchestra before moving on to sax at 16 where he joined a local Surrey band, having his first gig in 1968. He played in 2 other bands with tours of Morocco and Germany before packing it in altogether in 1973, when he moved to the NE. He started playing again in 2003 when work commitments made it possible. He has been in numerous bands in the NE playing an eclectic mix of soul funk blues and pop. This is his second spell with the Sleeze sisters. Must be stark raving.

keys

Graham - From an early age, G worked with some of the top names in the music industry, including; Queen, Genesis, Steve Hackett, Peter Gabriel, Supertramp, Chris de Burgh, Crosby, Stills and Nash, It Bites and a many others. He has written and recorded music for Radio and TV including themes for TX45, The End of the Rainbow Show and remains part of the BMG as a compositional consultant - a position he has held since 2003. Equally at home on keyboards, guitar, bass or drums this multi-instrumentalist has spent over 35 years teaching his art to clientele who have gone on to great things themselves. He loves all music but especially prog rock, Debussy, Eric Johnson and Django Rheinhart. He has been Musical Director for plays, theatre shows and live rock events and is at home in the live playing environment or studio. He is married and has a 10 year old son.

bass

Andy - Andy started playing piano at the age of 7 and progressed to guitar and bass guitar by 11. Andy decided to follow in his Dads footsteps and played bass at his first gig age 18 and has been in many bands playing all over the UK. in 1992 joining the Big Smoke which was renamed Ra who supported INXS at the mayfair in 1993 then later the band was renamed Carboy. Andy began to write music at Music college and started doing session and recording work with many artists while still playing in bands such as DoYou Drop? The Allstars, Flipside, Soundcraft, Heavyload, Ignition, The Pickups playing Accoustic bass & electric. Various projects and releases later his heart remained in Funk and Rock. Andy got a phone call off legendary drummer Steve Doyle asking if he wanted to join a funk band with the singer from the Sleeze Sisters Chris Hill. The exciters were born, and the rest is history... Andy Plays Spector and Cort basses Uses Galien Kruger, Ashdown, Vox and Marshall equipment He uses Rotosound Strings and drinks Hobgoblin Beer

guitar

Metz

Slut Girls




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