MEET THE CAST

Rebel Dean

Rebel Dean

"Shakin' Stevens"

Rebel is a singer/actor with many T.V. appearances: BBC Casualty (6 years), Only Fools and Horses, Hollyoaks, etc. Starring as the male lead in over 20 Films, a Theatre Star for 18 years (West End, London Palladium and extensive theatre tours of England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Holland and the United Emirate States) 11 albums and 4 vinyl singles released.

For more info – www.rebeldean.com

Lewis Jordan Brown

Lewis Jordan Brown

Piano

Lewis Jordan Brown is a wild child rockin’ piano player from Bournemouth. Inspired by the legendary Jerry lee Lewis who he has had the honour of meeting and getting some tips from, the youngster, only 17, has developed his own style.

His influences are mainly Rock n Roll, Rockabilly and Country. Although still young, Lewis has a lot of experience as he has been performing live for 10 years already!

Showing his respect for what many regard as the origins of Rock n Roll Lewis recently travelled to Memphis to record his first record live at the legendary Sun Studios , Memphis Tennesee.

Chloe Hooper

Chloe Hooper

"Bonnie Tyler"

Chloe is an international vocalist and tribute artist who started her career in the early nineties working with several top music producers and songwriters.

Over the last 8 years her tribute to Bonnie Tyler has taken her to many venues in the uk and in Europe . In 2013 she was asked to perform via the BBC as a pre warm up party to Bonnie for the Eurovision at Castle Square in Swansea which was shown live on the BBC website . She has also supported and played along side many well known acts such as Chaz n Dave , the Searchers, American Drifters , Johnny Vegas , Crissy Rock .

Chloe as a performer can best to be described as a dynamic and powerful performer with a unique sound to her voice able to recreate Bonnies unique style .

Steve Evans

Steve Evans

Drums

Steve Evans also known as ‘Stevieboy’, originates from Bristol. People would say his enthusiasm, positive energy and beaming smile on stage reflects the fact that playing drums is his passion.

Artist influence includes Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Eddy Cochran, Bill Haley, Gene Vincent, just to name a few.

35 years of experience on the Rock n Roll/ Rockabilly circuit have given Steve great pleasure and many diverse opportunities in this country and in Europe, working alongside acts such as Marty Wilde, Racey, The Jets, Charlie Feathers and also taking part in the Eurodisney grand opening performing to a crowd of 10 000 alongside The Four Tops, Kool & the gang and Cher.

Recordings include 5 Rock n Roll albums at the Embassy Studios for Foot Tapping records.

Brad Jones

Brad Jones

Guitar

Bradley is from Devon and  has been playing guitar for a number of years. He is a graduate of BIMM Bristol with a BA (Hons) Degree in Professional Musicianship. He enjoys playing in a range of genres and styles ranging from hard rock, jazz, Rock n Roll  and everything in between. He also likes  writing music and performing live in many different styles.

He has been performing in many local venues in the Southwest  such as ‘The Cavern’, ‘Mama Stones’, ‘The Fleece’ and ‘Thekla’ and also performed at ‘The Den’  to an audience of 2,000 people.

His dedication for getting the rockin’ guitar sounds spot on is perfect for “Whole Lotta Shakin’”

Alan Baker

Alan Baker

Bass

Bass guitar and Double bass player with over 55 years of experience playing in front of audiences. (He started at 6!!) Originally starting out playing classical piano, Alan made his mark by playing bass on the UK and European rock and roll circuit.

He was a session musician at the reknown Beck Studios in Wellingborough during the early 70’s. He has played with various bands over the years including the Fourmost and The Raiders, and with artists and musicians Chas Hodges, Clem Cattini, Screaming Lord Sutch, Jess Conrad, Wee Willy Harris to name but a few. He also played bass for numerous top ranked tribute artists in theatre shows. Rebel and Alan first toured together back in 2000.