Phebe Edwards is a singer-songwriter from North London, England. She has appeared as a studio backing vocalist for a number of artists such as Stormzy, Craig David, London Grammar, Michael Kiwanuka, Donna Summer and Leona Lewis. In 2006 she sang alongside James Brown at the BBC Electric Proms. She has supported artists like Adele, Liam Gallagher, Bryan Ferry, Louisa Johnson, and Gabrielle and has toured with Jessie J and Years & Years.
One of Australia’s most exciting live performers and recording artists, ARIA chart sensation Greg Gould has achieved global success with over 20 million views of his award-winning music videos and number one album ‘1998’, his powerhouse vocals and charisma on both stage and screen have fostered a genuine connection to his audience as he continues to break new ground exploring his artistry.
Brown scored number one success as the lead singer of Praxis, a musical project assembled by producers Cevin Fisher and David Shaw. Praxis’s “Turn Me Out”, first released in 1994, has been remixed and re-released several times since, with two subsequent US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart entries. Brown was the lead vocalist on British act Soul Central’s “Strings of Life (Stronger on My Own)” which reached number six on the UK Singles Chart and number one on the UK Dance Chart.
GeO GOSPEL CHOIR
The GeO Gospel Choir is a Scottish Family-run brand hosting an assembly of the UK’s most talented voices. The Choir is led by Gerad McArthur and his younger siblings Alexandra and Paul. The siblings are all from Stirling and were born with a passion for singing and performing. All three have performed all over the world in touring productions, West-End shows and onboard luxury cruise ships. However are 18 years working in the entertainment industry, choir director and oldest sibling Gerad, decided to start a new adventure and GeO Gospel Choir was born. In 2018 they worked hard and built up their team in both London and Scotland.
James started his music career working in the studio behind the scenes with many of the UK’s biggest house DJs in the 90’s. Since then, has been writing and producing music for over 20 years and is one of the UK’s most respected and successful mixers.
Since 1997 Gunther has been quickly establishing himself in the local music scene in London. In 2004 he joined the Ray Gelato Giants, a 7-piece band, and has since performed with them extensively around the UK and all over the world. Since 2015 he has been working with Ray in a second group called Ray Gelato & The Enforcers, a quartet collaboration with 2 top class musicians from Barcelona on bass and drums.
Chuks is a London based record producer and songwriter. He has deep roots in Jazz fusion, Gospel music and RnB. He is a multi-instrumentalist with a flair for fusing flavourful sonics together which can be heard in his work like Brockhampton’s 2x platinum single ‘Sugar’. When he’s not in the studio you might catch him on tour with the likes of Burna Boy and other artists.
Pete studied violin and composition at the Royal College of Music. A head immersed in pop, and a fascination for writing and arranging, have lead him to create string arrangements for the big names in music – Olly Murs, Robbie Williams, One Direction, Mabel, Jonas Blue, Tom Jones, Boy George and many more. Pete lives in the blue half of Manchester.