60 YEARS OF MUSIC MAKING!
Ray Fenwick is one of Britain’s foremost guitarists, session players and producers. He is also a talented songwriter and co-wrote the signature tune to the 1970’s cult TV show “Magpie”, amongst others.
Ray has played in many well-known bands since the mid-1960s, including Spencer Davis Group, Fancy, Ian Gillan Band and Dutch cult outfits Tee Set and After Tea.
He has been involved in many innovative projects, including “The Guitar Orchestra” and “Wind In The Willows”. He was Samantha Fox‘s first producer. Ray is perhaps the only English rock musician who has successfully worked in Holland and tasted success with a Dutch band.
Due to his association with Roger Glover, Jon Lord and Ian Gillan in the seventies, he has now become part of the “Purple” family.
A brilliant all-rounder, with an enviable rock pedigree. Ray Fenwick.
Most recently Ray has been working with dance/electronic musicians David Harks and Garry Cobain, showing that 60 years on he is still at the cutting edge.
Ray’s website gives access to a potted history from the 1960s onwards, and signposts current activities including new releases.
April sees the release of a definitive anthology of Ray’s work: Playing Through The Changes via Cherry Red Records.