Spencer has been playing drums professionally since 1994. A graduate of Drum Tech Music College in London, he has had the priviledge of playing for a wide variety of artists, including Wanda Jackson, Helen Shapiro, Suzy Quatro, The Troggs, The Rubettes, Charlie Gracie, Chas McDevitt, Wee Willie Harris, Graham Fenton and Clem Curtis to name but a few.
Spencer says he enjoys playing for Rock 'n' Roll Paradise because here is always a good, positive vibe both on and off stage.
When not on tour, Spencer enjoys life on the East Sussex coast with his two young sons
Gerry was born in Barking, Essex in 1962 and began playing guitar at the age of 11. Hugely influenced by Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and The Beatles he started playing in pubs and clubs at the age of 14, gaining valuable experience in front of live audiences. Over the years, Gerry has toured America and Canada with Canadian band The Clamps as well as being a member of 70's band, The Rubettes. He also played guitar for Boy George, on and of for 4 years, as well as Alvin Stardust, Showaddywaddy, Bruce Welch and Gerard Kenny.
In 1990, Gerry appeared in a six part documentary on the BBC called "The Lane", where he was seen performing every week, to which he also wrote the theme tune and all of the incidental music used in the show.
Jez graduated from the University of Surrey in 2005 with a BMus music degree. Since then he has been busy performing in Jazz, Classical and Rock/Pop contexts in the UK and abroad, and has worked in venues including the Sydney Opera House, Wembley Arena and the top of the Schilthorn (Piz Gloria) in Switzerland.
People/projects he has worked with/for include Suzi Quatro (currently playing in her band and he played on her last three albums), Odyssey (keyboards in live band), Q the Music (James Bond Tribute Orchestra), K T Tunstall, 7 Decades, producer and songwriter Mike Chapman, QSP (Quatro, Scott and Powell), Eban Brown (former lead singer of the Stylistics), David Jordan, and RB Funkestra.
Other work includes writing modules for a higher diploma keyboard course, freelance/teaching and lots of composing/songwriting.
Jason has a musical career spanning over 30 years! From the age of 13, he has been playing a musical instrument, from Flute and Guitar at school, Fife in a Cadet band and he dabbled with the drums at 16 until he finally settled on the Double Bass, starting off with the Skiffle tea chest for a short time until he bought his own upright bass in 1983, making it his instrument of choice.
From then on, with himself on bass and lead vocals, his brother Ethan beside him on drums, it was a mixture of pubs, clubs, cruises, hotels and holiday camps for around 16 years.
"Country and Rock 'n' Roll music had always been a big influence in my life from the early days of listening to my Dad play records by artists such as Merle Haggard, George Jones, Charlie Rich and Boxcar Willie, to name a few, and my Mum's small collection of Elvis and various Rock 'n' Roll compilation albums. There was no doubt where my musical taste would take me."
"As most of my music listening and buying records came during the 80's, which had so much to offer with artists such as Darts, Shakin' Stevens and Matchbox, it wasn't long before the sound of Rockabilly and Psychobilly music, which have a heavy sway toward the Double Bass (or Slap Bass) came calling and I caught the rockin' music bug. Recently, I was also lucky enough to be invited to play bass on Colbert Hamilton and the Nitros latest album, which was a great opportunity."
Since 1999, it has been a mixture of singing and playing rhythm guitar in his own band on the UK Rock 'n' Roll circuit, and also playing bass for one of the UK's top Rock 'n' Roll bands, Good Rockin' Tonight
Over the last 6 years Jason has been working with Rock 'n' Roll Paradise and travelling all over the UK working with hi own band and other top UK Rock 'n' Roll bands.