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Like many things in life it was a chance meeting some seven years ago that lead to a friendship and then a band that would eventually take the three of them in front of audiences all over Europe. It was at the London Palladium where Suzi, who was performing with the Australian girl group 'The Singettes', met Andy and Kevin who were playing with the acclaimed 'Soul Survivors'. The rapport was instant. They quickly realised they shared the same musical likes and ambition to form a band that would perform a wide variety of material which would include jazz, big band swing, acoustic, dance and rock. Although they did not know it at the time this would take years of disciplined rehearsals and work to fine tune what has now become the THREE show. Suzi began her career by winning a scholarship to the Royal Academy, she then went on to win an Honours degree in Music and Drama at the Mountview Theatre School. She has the enviable ability of being able to play tenor, alto and soprano saxophones as well as clarinet and piano. Her many appearances on television include 'French and Saunders', 'the Kenny Everett Show', 'the Mike Yarwood Show', 'Little and Large Specials', and 'Allo Allo'. Her stage appearances include 'the Royal Variety Show', 'Allo Allo' at the London Palladium, and 'Buddy' at the Apollo theatre. She has worked with a number of leading bands including 'Roxy Music' and 'Def Leppard'. Suzi can be seen regularly modelling on ITV's 'This Morning'. Andy has been playing guitar in bands since he was 13 years old. He left school at 17 to tour Scandinavia where he had a hit album with fellow schoolmates 'Rekord'. He returned to London where he became a session guitarist working for acts such as 'The Thompson Twins', 'Hazel Dean', 'the Brand New Heavies', and 'Stock and Aitken'. He played on many television theme tunes and adverts including 'Running Wild' for ITV and the Cadburys 'Flake' ads. He met Kevin in 1986 when they formed 'TroubleTown', which went on to have minor chart success but critical acclaim for their album 'Shine'. He then went on to compose and produce music for the Channel 4 animated film 'Mama Lou'. Kevin began playing bass and guitar in his early teens and like Andy left school to tour Europe with his mates in the back of a van. After the usual induction to life on the road he returned to London where he joined a number of bands before becoming a musical director for 'Tracie Young' of 'The House that Jack Built' fame. Kevin went on to record and tour with Paul Weller's 'Style Council', 'Spandau Ballet' (whilst the absent Kemp brothers were making the film The Krays) and then on to record an album in Los Angeles with 'Tony Hadley' after he and the band went their separate ways. Kevin has performed both live and on TV shows with many established artistes but could be seen more recently helping to provide 'Kylie Minogue' with a tight bottom end!