Biography

Band Member Bios

 


Jamie ‘Tritts’ Tritton – Drums / Percussion


Jamie is the driving heart beat of the band. Jamie has been gigging with live bands since the age of 14, several of those was spent touring with a signed original band. When Jamie isn’t drumming in the band, he’s normally working on his own personal zoo and as a trained dangerous wild animal handler you might even spot his name on the credits of a few major blockbusters.

 

 

Rob Oliver - Lead Vocals / Guitar / Percussion / Dancing

As a natural frontman, Rob exudes confidence and charisma on and off stage. After studying Music and Composition at University, he then toured the UK with his original band Wagtale, performing at Reading Festival and even shared a stage with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. A performer to the bone; Rob will ensure that everyone on your guest list will enter the dancefloor and never leave it!

 

 

Adam Aldridge - Lead Vocals / Guitar / Bass / Drums / Keys / Kazoo / Tambourine / BVs

Adam is an electric guitar personified: Bright, loud and just plain sexy! As lifelong musician and accomplished producer, Adam takes a central role in Tritts And The Numbers. You can find him playing synth, shredding the guitar or taking the lead vocal in various songs. Adam spent several years touring with a signed original band playing festivals and gigs all over Europe, including Download and Bloodstock.

 

 

Marshall Gregory - Bass

Every band has to have a cool guy and Marshall is as cool as they come. Taking influence from jazz and soul musicians, Marshall keeps the groove on the bass guitar. He is the most reserved character in the band and is the one your Nan is most likely to have a chat with at the end of the night. When he’s not gigging with Tritts you can find Marshall in session with various Jazz outfits across London, playing in venues such as the prestigious Ronnie Scott’s.

 

  Jack Hobbs - Keys / Guitar / Percussion

Jack is a born musician, brought up by one of the finest fiddler players in East London, Jack has been gigging for as long as he could hold an instrument. A man of many talents, you will see Jack tear up solos on the guitar, only bettered by his own keyboard skills. Jack has also toured on the drums with several major touring bands over the years playing live sessions for BBC 6 music at Maida Vale and performing at venues such as the London Garage.