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Bobby Harrison

FretHub guitar instructor, Bobby Harrison

Bobby Harrison is a UK based session guitarist, singer and songwriter, currently providing guitar duties for Sir Cliff Richard.

FretHub guitar instructor, Bobby HarrisonBobby has a wealth of live and studio experience and is no stranger to long tours, playing an average of 160 shows a year, worldwide, at many prestigious venues, including numerous appearances at London’s Wembley Arena, Royal Albert Hall and O2 Arena; Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Colorado; The Greek Theatre and Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles; The Fillmore and The Warfield in San Francisco; The Bell Centre, Montreal and headline slots at Glastonbury and Isle Of Wight festivals.

In recent years, Bobby has toured the USA, Canada, South America, Europe and The Middle East extensively, with Brit Floyd, The Classic Rock Show and The Australian Pink Floyd Show, as well as playing guitar for the hit Queen show We Will Rock You in London’s West End, Zurich, Stuttgart and Vienna. Another notable theatre experience includes a 2009 European tour as guitarist for Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show.

In addition to his work with Cliff Richard, Bobby has performed live with Queen’s Brian May; Olivia Newton-John; Pink Floyd’s Guy Pratt and Scott Page; Whitesnake’s Neil Murray and (somewhat randomly) Formula 1’s Eddie Jordan and Sebastian Vettel.

Bobby’s studio work includes sessions for the late composer Michael Kamen, recording at Abbey Road Studios with Westlife, The Lighthouse Family and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa as well as playing guitar on the soundtrack to the animated movie The Snurks (Back to Gaya), starring Patrick Stewart. Additionally, Bobby has also provided session guitar, vocal and songwriting duties for Zomba Music Publishing.

Initially self-taught, Bobby later went on to study privately with top UK tutor Phil Hilborne, and later still, acquired certificates in Blues and Rock Guitar from Berklee College Of Music.

Bobby holds artist endorsements with Fractal Audio, Suhr guitars and effects, Matrix Amplifiers, Bare Knuckle Pickups, Keeley Electronics, Graph Tech accessories and Carl Martin Effects.

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Nick Radcliffe

FretHub guitar instructor, Nick Radcliffe

Nick is currently a member of Roger Taylor’s Queen Extravaganza, hand-picked and managed by Queen to faithfully represent them. His debut was to 40,000 people in the Hong Kong Stadium. In 2012 he performed ‘School’s Out’ with Alice Cooper for the song’s 40th anniversary, and has performed Bohemian Rhapsody with Brian May. This summer he toured Italy with Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet.

FretHub guitar instructor, Nick RadcliffeNick was principal guitarist in ‘Rock Of Ages’, in London’s West-End version of the Broadway show and is cover guitar in the shows “We Will Rock You”, ‘The Bodyguard’ with Beverley Knight, ‘Jersey Boys’ (The Frankie Valli story), and Ray Davies’ new Kinks show ‘Sunny Afternoon’.

As guitarist for the Multi-Platinum artist Gabrielle, Nick toured the UK, appeared on BBC TV and Radio including a live broadcast of a concert for the British Olympic team, headlined festivals, and supported acts such as ‘Mike and The Mechanics’ and ‘Al Green’.

Chosen by Brian May for the Queen musical We Will Rock You, he has since played over 700 shows around Europe, and has toured stadiums and arenas around the world with a Pink Floyd production.

Nick has a BA Honours Degree in Music and taught Degree level Advanced Musicianship and Technical Development at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music (BIMM).

Nick has recorded many sessions for platinum selling M People, X-Press 2, EMI Music Publishing, and various TV shows including Tia Carrere’s Relic Hunter.

He has performed with Glee/Taking Woodstock/Looking star Jonathan Groff, headlined The Edinburgh Festival with Alan Cumming in ‘The Bacchae’ and played for ITV’s ‘Stars In Their Eyes’. Nick also toured The Who’s Tommy after being approved by Pete Townsend, and got standing applause from Jimmy Page in a faithful reproduction of an Elvis Las Vegas concert.

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