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Gecko 3

Gecko 3

Gecko 3


The Edinburgh based groove trio Gecko 3 (artists formerly known as Gecko) were formed in the Spring of 2000 by: Marty Philip: vocals/guitar Paul Gilbody: double bass Hugh Martin: drums After several years of collaboration in the Edinburgh music scene they set out as a three-piece to write fresh grooves based on a new mix of jazz, hip-hop, latin, funk and reggae. Releasing their debut EP 'A Walk Across the Ceiling' in 2002, Gecko 3 have performed mini-tours in New York Read more on Last.fm
The Edinburgh based groove trio Gecko 3 (artists formerly known as Gecko) were formed in the Spring of 2000 by: Marty Philip: vocals/guitar Paul Gilbody: double bass Hugh Martin: drums After several years of collaboration in the Edinburgh music scene they set out as a three-piece to write fresh grooves based on a new mix of jazz, hip-hop, latin, funk and reggae. Releasing their debut EP 'A Walk Across the Ceiling' in 2002, Gecko 3 have performed mini-tours in New York, London, France and Germany, in addition to regular gigs in venues from London to Skye. Highlights include the legendary Ronnie Scott's jazz club in Soho (with KT Tunstall as their guest vocalist) and London's Kashmir Klub as KT's backing band (Marty and Paul sang backing vocals on her Mercury nominated album 'Eye to the Telescope'). Other headline slots include the multi-media Fiasco.tv event and the Music Marquee and Main Stage at the Edinburgh Festival's Fringe Sunday event in subsequent years. The band have also performed a live televised gig in Princes Street Gardens and headlined events at the Acoustic Edinburgh Festival every year since 2003. Read more on Last.fm.

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