Dom Brown

Dom Brown first toured with Duran Duran in 2004, standing in for lead guitarist Andy Taylor. In 2006 he was made full-time lead guitarist. Over the past 18 years, Dom has performed on four world tours and recorded three albums with Duran Duran, co-writing over 20 songs on their last two albums – All You Need Is Now and Paper Gods.

Dom has co-written six released songs with Mark Ronson and shares other writing credits with Anamatronic (Scissor Sisters), Mr Hudson, Kelis, Jahméne Douglas (X Factor 2012 runner-up), Sandi Thom, Tom Grennan (BBC Introducing 2017 nominee), James Walsh (Starsailor) and Nick Hodgson (Kaiser Chiefs). Dom composed and produced the music for an hour-long episode of BBC1 drama, The Canterbury Tales.

In 2012 Dom set up Church Row Studios in Wandsworth and was involved in recording, producing and engineering both established and up-and-coming artists. In 2016, he relocated and founded Rockwood Studios near Tooting Bec Common.

Over the years, Dom has collaborated with many top producers such as Mark Ronson, Danja, Jimmy Douglass, Timbaland and Justin Timberlake. As a session musician, he has performed live or recorded with artists including Justin Timberlake, Liam Gallagher, Paolo Nutini, The Sugababes, Emma Bunton and The Appletons, among others.

Dom has also performed on TV with Elton John, Rod Stewart, Lionel Richie, Take That, Robin Gibb, Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias, Eddie Grant, Eagle Eye Cherry and Girls Aloud.

Dom has released three critically acclaimed albums and a critically acclaimed blues album with Blue to Brown (featuring his voice artist father Rob Brown). Blues, soul, funk and rock genres are all true passions and he has explored these styles extensively throughout his life.

John Hogg

John Hogg (vocals and bass) is originally from the band Moke, a late-90s blues-rock band who released two albums on a US indie label. Moke disbanded early in the new millennium and John went on to play in various other original outfits including Red Racer. 

John has toured in the US and Europe, as lead vocalist, with Rich Robinson’s (guitarist – The Black Crowes) band’s; The Magpie Salute and Hookah Brown.

John has also worked with Roger Daltrey (lead vocalist – The Who) and Jimmy Page (guitarist – Led Zeppelin).

Anna Ross

Born in London and raised in Newcastle, singer-songwriter Anna Ross has spent the last decade as Duran Duran’s backing vocalist, singing to tens of thousands of people in sold-out arena tours around the world.

Ross grew up in a musical household and after leaving school, performed around Newcastle at local gigs until her band was signed by the head of Chrysalis records aged 19. After the band split she relocated to London and worked as a backing vocalist for artists including Lisa Stansfield, Stereophonics, Tom Jones, Beverley Knight, Sting and Tina Turner, before joining Duran Duran’s touring party and most recently adding Jamiroquai to her touring roster.

In 2016 she released her debut album, ‘First Day’ co-writing 3 tracks with Duran’s Simon Le Bon. Her second album recorded live in Chamonix saw her exploring soul/jazz influences. Ross delivers her vocals with a compelling emotional and soulful integrity that has been engaging audiences around the world since the beginning of her career.

When she’s not touring or working on her own albums she loves vocal coaching and has also recently begun helping other independent artists write and produce their albums.

Michael Bramwell

Michael Bramwell has performed, recorded and toured internationally as a pianist and keyboard player. Artists he has worked with include Enrique Iglesias, Andrea Bocelli, Barclay James Harvest, Uli Jon Roth, Steve Vai, Hot Chocolate, Suzi Quatro and Bic Runga.

Michael was Associate Musical Director for We Will Rock You in Germany, also playing and conducting regularly in London and Zurich. He is currently keyboard player for the Beatles show Let It Be.

Jeremy Stacey

Jeremy Stacey is a British drummer and keyboard player. His early works included the 1990s band The Lemon Trees. 

Jeremy is one of the countries leading session players and has worked with many top names in the industry – Sheryl Crow, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, King Crimson, Joe Cocker, Robbie Williams, the Finn Brother’s, Nick Harper, The Waterboys, Eurythmics, Joe Cocker, Chris Robinson (Black Crowes), Aztec Camera, Jason Rebello, Zero 7, Ryan Adams, Steve Hackett, Chris Squire (Yes), Neil Diamond, Eric Clapton, Gary Barlow, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Will Young, Mary Chapin Carpenter, James Morrison, Beverley Knight, Susanna Hoffs amongst others.