Henry Marsh is an award-winning composer who has a wealth of highly acclaimed musical experience. His band Sailor had many worldwide hits including Girls Girls Girls and Glass of Champagne. He has written music to more than a dozen musicals one of which (co-written with composer and musician Philip Pickett), Casper, opened in London’s West End at the Shaftsbury Theatre in December 1999. In 2004, Henry was twice nominated by the Chicago Jefferson Award Committee for his theatrical music, a first for a British composer.
Henry’s many awards include a coveted Jefferson Award for The Comedy of Errors.
Paul Boross is a songwriter/composer who has worked extensively on both sides of the Atlantic. His band Morris Minor and the Majors scored world-wide hits with Stutter Rap (Number 3 in Britain, No.1 for 7 weeks in Australia) and This is the Chorus, while his subsequent act The Calypso Twins (with Ainsley Harriott) had a major turntable hit with their single World Party. He is an award winning writer, composer and performer with years of experience in international television and radio. He and Henry have composed countless themes for TV as well as music for films including the star-studded comedy The Aristocrats .
After ten years as a regular performer at London’s Comedy Store Paul is now involved in devising and producing television .He recently presented the primetime BBC2 series-Speed Up Slow Down. In America Paul is a regular collaborator with many well-known songwriters including Lesley Gore and Peter Bliss. Artists such as Frances Ruffelle and Nicki Greggoff have recorded his songs. He has also had two songs in the final of the Song For Europe.