The is the Neath Music gallery. We have plenty of adventures because, as well as running a music school, we also get out and about. We run a professional audio business that provides sound systems and audio professionals for live events. We’ve been all over the world in fact, working with bands and theatre productions of all kinds.
Gordon Giltrap. Neath Little Theatre. 14th June 2014. He was a real gentleman.
Skin – You can’t beat ’80s hair rock. My tom reverbs were awesome!
It’s probably an A next Dicky J – I’d go with an A!
The Fat Barry-ettes, and a very focussed Dicky J
Dean Gorno – rocking at the Heaven club.
New drum kits, old drum kits…
King Tuts in Glasgow. We’ve played here a few times and loved every one.
No reverb required on the vocals in Brecon Cathedral.
Electric guitars are just great!
I know the PA department looks small but we keep all the posh stuff out back.
Len Williams is probably the best frontman in the game – but don’t tell him we said so.
Angus, our part timer. He’s in charge of Koala-ty control!
The very excellent Mr Steve Lawson at Neath Music in 2013.
Blow gentlemen, blow! Fat Barry’s Brass.
Somerset house in the heart of London – Blondie were headlining and Debbie Harry was really cool to us.
Music shops are really handy for rehearsals. God bless Rowlands for this one.
Just play it twice Alvin, pretend it’s jazz!
Church acoustic gigs are awesome. Paper Aeroplanes, Cardiff June 2014.
Friends Electric at the Heaven club in London. 3rd best sound system I’ve used – Funktion One.
A Foreigner’s Journey. Amazing Journey tribute band. Out came the ’80s reverbs!
Christmas 2013 at the Gwyn Hall with Fat Barry’s Soul Band