Mister Vincent

Reformed and revitalised in 2014, Mister Vincent’s innovative sound is a blend of heavy and melodic rock incorporating progressive elements and plenty of light and shade.


Influenced by family roots in music, Manchester born guitarist Jason (Jay) Bromley appeared on stage at the Deeply Vale Blues Rock Festival as early as 8 years old. Learning his trade from greats like Jimmy Page, David Gilmore and Jimmy Hendrix to name but a few, he soon


Singer, songwriter, and instrumental musician Andrew (Mel) Mellor began his musical journey in his early teens. A naturally gifted musician, he began teaching himself to play guitar and developing his unique vocals and his haunting lyrics & melodies along the way


Manchester based bass player Adam Ogiliev began his musical career at the early age of 14, kicking things off on the electric guitar. Adam quickly switched to the bass after listening to the likes of Billy Sheehan, Tommy Shannon, Jaco Pastorius, Jack Bruce, Stu Hamm,


Son of a notable jazz pianist, Steve was brought up with big band jazz and grew to appreciate the complexities and power of this music. Originally a classically trained pianist from 7 years, he began to follow the best drummers around at the time – a pivotal moment