Werewolves of Powys
Werewolves of Powys

 

The Werewolves

 

There are two lead guitarists in the pack, a bassist and a wolverine drummer from Australia.

 

Eddy Gartry does the main howling, the finger-picking and the sliding around a steel guitar.
Whenever he needs to move up a gear in an electric set, he'll attack a Fender Stratocaster, jammed into an ancient British valve amp. Not a pedal in sight, he does it his way. Eddy's experience and grand musical history speaks for itself. - blues.gr profile

 

Then there's the masterful lead guitar playing of Jon Crowe [a real Shropshire lad] who loves his trusty Martin D28 guitar unplugged, or, his 60's Stratocaster played through his very British 'Victory' valve amps. You won't hear him 'Crowe' about it, but off stage, he's probably one of the busiest guitar teachers around. Guitarists don't come much faster and they certainly don't come any more dedicated than this man.
Even Prince Charles once remarked that, 'Jon's playing is really great.' He's not alone with that opinion either. From Django to Metal and all in between, this guys got it covered. - FaceBook

 

Richie {Lupus Jack] Davies is the electric bassist, backing vocalist and sound engineer from the English/Welsh border counties. He can usually be seen supporting a Hofner violin or a Fender Precision bass guitar -plugged into an Ampeg bass amplifier.
When the Moon is full, Lupus likes to rock out large- but he's full of tasty low down, wolf-like licks when the band gets groovy on the acoustic stage too. - FaceBook

 

Tanji 'Bad Moon' Jones, is the singing wolverine on the drum kit. Drafted in from an entirely different continent, this Aussie vixen growls with the sticks in her ambidextrous paws and positively purrs when she's stroking the snare drum with brushes. A stylish and irrepressible talent, with a flair for swing and a passion for groove Tanji rocks and sings to anything the other werewolves can throw at her. And then some. - FaceBook

 

Werewolves of Powys
Werewolves of Powys