Emily graduated from Birmingham Theatre school with an Honours Degree in Musical Theatre in 2012 and has since spent much of her time in Musical Theatre Productions such as Dracula The Musical - playing Lucy Westenra, The Matchgirls - playing Polly, and Brontë - taking on the challenging lead role of Charlotte Brontë.
She currently tours worldwide as June Carter with The Johnny Cash Roadshow, the only Johnny Cash celebration show which is supported by the Cash Family, and she also provides backing vocals for the wonderful George Micheal Story Tribute. Emily also runs a 1940s Harmony Trio called The Barn-Ettes which goes down a treat at vintage events, weddings and fetes.
You can view Emily at her websites below.
Edyta works on the sound, wardrobe and all admin for George Michael Live, she also helps out with costume changes for the George Michael Story.
"The Heart of the Team"
Becci Morrell is a professional female vocalist and began her journey into the world of showbiz at a very young age when she appeared on the Michael Barrymore show at the age of 14 with her sisters. From this point onwards she got the bug. Becci and her sisters then formed "Indiana" which evolved into "Jacks Daughter". Represented by a London management company she came very close to stardom with the possibility of a record contract with London Records.
Unfortunately the sisters were pipped to the post by the Sugababes. With this early taste of fame she knew this is what she wanted to do for a career. At the tender age of 19 she embarked on a 3 year performance degree programme at the critically acclaimed "Fame School" of Sir Paul McCartney called LIPA. This was by far one of the best experiences of her life meeting like minded people all with extreme talents. She trained hard and had the best time ever, playing roles she could only have ever dreamed of playing and even before graduating she had her first job lined up at the critically accalimed Edinburgh Fringe festival in a stunning 4 hander called Blues in the night which played to full houses every night and to 5* reviews.
Becci also is a vocalist for George Michael Live and also The George Michael Story.
Debby has many years of experience as a professional singer in both live settings and in the studio. She started her vocal training at the Academy of Contemporary Music, completing an HND in Vocals, and receiving the high accolade of most outstanding vocalist of the year. A few years later she went back to college and trained at Access To Music college in London where she worked towards an ATCL in Session Vocals passing with distinction.
An experienced and talented singer, Debby is more than comfortable singing most styles of music and has performed both lead and backing vocals with many successful function and tribute bands and original artists in the UK and Europe.
Since 2006 Debby has had extensive involvement as a backing vocalist with the band Shakatak where she has been fortunate enough to tour and perform in many venues and festivals across the world including Japan, Canada, Italy, Indonesia, Russia, Armenia, Germany, Kazakhstan and the UK. Her background vocals also feature their last two album releases.
After forming a writing partnership with Shakatak’s bass player George Anderson they have written and produced many songs together and have released two albums to date, ‘Positivity’ and more recently 'Expressions' where Debby featured both as lead and backing vocalist.
Bands and artists worked with include Shakatak, The Pink Floyd Experience UK, George Anderson, Streetlife, MIB, Higher Ground, Hitmen & Her, A-Train, Songbird, Five Play, Marc Hockley, Famous Five, Funkadelics, Jason Lee, Infrasonic, Blues Associates, Sam Obernik, The Gary White Foundation, Jazz-a-la-carte, PSD, Fil Straughan, OTT, Otis B Driftwood, Jackson Live in Concert, GK's Funky People, Smooth Criminals, Undercover Superstars, Freestyle Funk Collective, Agent 47, Groove Junction, Hula Groove, Mimosa, Mojo6, Soul Easy, Tamela Tigers, Sugartown, Re:cover and many more.