'...Dear Simon & Susannah,
You were excellent and we all enjoyed your music - so thank you for supporting our festival.
Keep it going, I will be calling you again in 2 years time..!'
David Bond - Organiser, Eywas Harold Festival of Arts
PHC are influenced and inspired by...
- The Beatles Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album
- Cream and other 70’s psychedelic bands
- US Jam Bands The Allman Brothers and Government Mule
- the blues of Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon
- and early Soul and R&B hits...
The band started in Brighton in 2015 and after several personnel changes have played venues and festivals in UK, France & Spain
(PHC play live as a duo with backing tracks recorded at their Planet Zog studio in Herefordshire)
After a chaotic childhood travelling all over the world Simon started playing guitar at the age of eleven and began playing in bands from the age of twelve. After attending drama school in the early seventies he began working as an actor and guitar player.
In the eighties he worked as a songwriter and producer for WEA International in Bangkok, Thailand.
He was signed to an indie label in the USA during the early nineties and played all over the East Coast of the USA. Since then he has worked as a producer developing new artists and as a musician in theatre.
Born at London's infamous modernist Dolphin Square landmark, Susie studied piano and flute as a child. Her father, producer and entrepreneur Bill Wellings, founded the 60’s Hot Hits label.
Susie remembers attending sessions with her dad where top UK session musicians Big Jim Sullivan, Jimmy Page and Elton John played on cover versions of top international hits.
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