Zero Charm (Balfour Beatty)

Band History

Formed in 2009, the band has gone through the usual range of artistic diff erences but emerged stronger than ever! Maintaining a diverse set list, playing anything from Tina Turner to AC/DC, the 3 time winners of Construction Rocks are hungry for more success following the recent release of their debut single "the Risk" on i tunes and the overnight success {of a kind!) of their last album, "Zero Charm at the Kore". One thing is for sure... these misfits will take the music to a
different dimension!

Band Members

Daniella Sydenham Reed – Vocals

With a big personality, hair and voice to match, Daniella has discovered her inner Rock Chick. You simply have to see this lady perform...seriously you have to!

 

Baz Perrin – Drums & Concussion

Known as the Professor. Following the success of his previous band’s Devon & Hell Tour, our drummer was the inspiration behind Zero Charm. Don’t be fooled by the site of the drum kit – EVERY last piece is played with his trademark metronomic, hypnotic and rhythmic  tone that is recognisable to those within earshot (about a square mile)!. Such a brutal attack on the ear drums has rarely been accomplished with such style and panache!

 

Jerry Pett – Guitar

Versatile, accomplished guitar maestro, known as the Sheep (don’t ask). Sometimes worries he’s not loud enough – bless, one day we’ll tell him the amp is switched off!


Dave Godden – Bass

An experienced, talented all rounder, accomplished on keyboards and guitar as well as a prolific song writer and producer (I think that’s what he told us to say), but this time he’s on bass. As old age creeps in he is finding 4 strings easier to cope with than 6 so should be ok on the night so long as we can keep him away from the bar long enough before the set starts!

 

Sean “Sumo” McLaughlin – Keyboards

Who can remember the stylophone? Sean Can! That is when he found his first love – lift music! Nothing makes him happier then tinkling the ivories and making the band scream – “stop playing lift music!!” and what  can we say about his voice – nothing complimentary, he can clear a room at 100 yards….. be warned!