Performers: Monday

Pauline Black and Arthur ‘Gaps’ Hendrickson

The beginnings of The Selecter arose in 1977, forming a band which become “The Selecter,” with this first track being featured on the b-side to the Specials’ single “Gangsters.” Neol Davies (guitar) then recruited Desmond Brown (hammond organ), Charley Anderson (bass), Compton Amanor (guitar), Arthur ‘Gaps’ Hendrickson (vocals), Charley ‘H’ Bembridge (drums) and finally vocalist… Read more »

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Louise Marshall

Born in Oldham, Lancashire Louse was a musical ingénue since 15 months of age. She was immersed in music from her youth, beginning piano lessons at five and music theory lessons at seven.

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Skeet Williams

 The grandson of a coal mining, bare knuckle boxing Pentecostal preacher, Skeet is a renowned and dedicated musician who travels far and wide as a session guitarist and as a solo artist.

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MARK FLANAGAN

Mark Flanagan is probably best known as guitarist for Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, an association that began in 1988 and continues to this day.

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