Colin is a virtuoso rock, jazz and classical guitarist and a composer. He has performed at the Barbican, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room, Royal Albert Hall and many European concert venues. Colin has performed on national radio and television and he was awarded the Lloyd Webber performance medal in 1978. Colin has been the lead guitarist of Lucky To Be Alive since 2004.
Piano and Synthesisers
After graduating from the Royal Northern college of Music (GRNCM) and Manchester University (Bmus) Guy’s career took a parallel course in both performance and composition. As a concert pianist, Guy has played at Wigmore Hall, The Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Royal Festival Hall etc. Guy has been Lucky To Be Alive’s pianist since 2002.
James has been playing the bass guitar for 34 years, with cover bands and original projects. With plenty of experience in touring and recording, James has been sitting in the pocket of the rhythm section of Lucky To Be Alive since 2004.
Matt first played the drums in a band at the age of thirteen when at Ampleforth School. He was involved in the organisation and performance of many concerts throughout his school career. While at Bristol University Matt was a percussionist for a number of theatrical productions. Matt has been the drummer of Lucky To Be Alive since 2002.
Matt was a member of the St. James School (London) choir and went on to learn piano and music theory. Matt has sung with various vocal groups including pop, folk, doo-wop and “barbershop” quartets in the UK, Australia and Hong Kong. Matt has been the lead singer of Lucky To Be Alive since 2002.
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