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Alan Leach, former drummer with Shed Seven playing two live shows at The Crescent 2nd and 3rd December

Wednesday, November 16th, 2022 5:33pm

By Barbara Constable

Alan Leach, former drummer with Shed Seven has just released his first solo album  "I WISH I KNEW NOW WHAT I THOUGHT I KNEW THEN" and is also playing two live shows.

Alan Leach, former drummer with Shed Seven has just released his first solo album  "I WISH I KNEW NOW WHAT I THOUGHT I KNEW THEN" and is also playing two live shows.

He will be appearing with a full band at all seated shows at The Crescent York on Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd December.

As well as spanning 30 years as Shed Seven drummer Alan has owned and run a commercial recording studio and taught music but he also runs a family business with his brother named SpeedQuizzing which provide pub quizzes globally.

Alan, who lives in his native York, was in the Jorvik Radio studios last Sunday on Jams Brunch Bunch show and you can listen to his interview by using the listen again feature Listen Again - Jorvik Radio

Alan Leach (alanleachmusic.com)

 

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