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THE MEMBERS

Their Origins

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Steve "The Professor" Robinson - Keyboards & Vocals
Steve is a shock to t he system with his rampant Boogie Woogie piano style and, with his background in Jazz and Jive, has a solid reputation for authenticity and talent he has nurtured & honed in such bands as the popular Jump and Jive (founding member), Six O'Clock Rock , Michael Turner's Soul Survivors and Peter Gunn.

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John Downie - Bass Guitar & Vocals
John is a musician of great skill when playing either Blues, Jazz or Rock 'n' Roll. But John's talent goes further. His melodious lead vocal style can sell a Rhythm & Blues song or an old rocker and his uncanny ability to find a harmony that slots in and compliments the other vocal members makes John a much sought after entertainer. John has worked in bands for some years most notably The Spring Hillbillies, Peter Gunn, The Kingswoods, and several blue bands including Michael Turner's Blues in Session.

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Butch- Guitar & Vocals
Butch is the red-hot, finger-pickin' git-tar man, with the Fabulous Boogie Boys band.

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Warwick Kennington - Drums & Vocals
A professional musician for twenty five years, Warwick began in Sydney with an interest in jazz and rock which led to various bands that capitalised on this fusion. He co-founded the legendary Uncle Bob's Band playing Django Reinhardt swing and original rock. From there he joined the jazz band Swing 84 with Tom Baker, on to the notorious Zarsoff Brothers through to 1981. He then co-formed The Eddys, which was the flavour of the year for ten years, touring theatre shows throughout Australia and Asia with Glenn Shorrock in One for the Money, Two for the Show and Go Cat Go.

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