The Cream of Hendrix

(Steve Summers)
The Cream of Hendrix plays the music of the Blues-Rock pioneers, Cream and Jimi Hendrix as well Rory Gallagher, Robin Trower, Free and others.
The set list includes: All along the Watchtower, Hey Joe, Foxy Lady, Sunshine of your Love, Politician, White Room, Badge, The Stealer, Alright Now, Mr Big, Messin’ with the Kid, Bridge of Sighs.
 
Steve Summers (Guitar and Vocals): Steve took his original inspiration from the music played by Cream and Jimi Hendrix. A former session guitarist, and sometime music producer, he currently leads his own band playing his original compositions, as evidenced on the 2 critically acclaimed albums Looking Back, Moving On and recently Rainmakin’. Formerly, Steve has played with numerous bands, including Lip Service where he played with brother Gary and did TV appearances alongside Marc Bolan and David Bowie.

Neil ‘JP’ Flowers (Vocals): Neil started singing with local south London blues bands in the late 80s, including stints with Gary Brewer and the GB’s, Blues Patrol, JP and the Wise Guys, 14 Cousins and JP and the Crossroaders. He is building a solid reputation as the go-to singer for blues and rock vocals, but is equally at home with soul and jumping jive. JP has a love of all great vocalists, including Paul Rogers of Free and Bad Company.

Gary Summers (Bass and Vocals): Originally inspired by the Beatles, Gary took up guitar at age 11 and has played all over the world in numerous bands, and with many ‘name’ musicians. A relatively recent convert to Bass when he joined brothers Steve and Jeff in the Loudshirts, Gary has had stints in the NWBHM band Weapon and latterly plays regularly with British rock legend Mick Underwood in Glory Road.

Keith Boyce (Drums): Keith’s musical CV reads like a who’s who of rock. Some of the people he’s worked with over the years include, The Heavy Metal Kids, Savoy Brown, Long John Baldry, Bram Tchaikovsky, Deborah Bonham, Tim Bogert (Jeff Beck/ Vanilla Fudge) Eddie and the Hot Rods, the Angelic Upstarts, Greg Ridley (Humble Pie) and Bob Weston (Fleetwood Mac). Keith has also jammed with Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane and Ian McLagan, also Rory Gallagher. In the Studio Keith has worked with some of the world’s top producers including Mickie Most, Andy Johns, Ron Nevison, Martin Rushent, Steve Parker, Keith Harwood and Dave Dee.