Jeremy Stacey

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Jeremy Stacey
ACABASHI JEREMY STACEY.jpg
JEREMY STACEY
at the 606 Club, Chelsea, UK. 2007.
photo by Acabashi / Jack Slipper.
Background information
Genres Jazz
Funk
Country
Occupations Percussionist
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Sheryl Crow
Noel Gallagher
The Waterboys
Eurhythmics
Joe Cocker
Patricia Kaas
Robbie Williams

Jeremy Stacey is a British drummer. His early work included the 1990s band, The Lemon Trees (with twin brother Paul Stacey on guitars, Guy Chambers and others) and Denzil. He has also played with Sheryl Crow,[1] the Finn Brothers, Nick Harper, Noel Gallagher, The Waterboys, Thomas Anders, Echo & the Bunnymen, Eurhythmics, Joe Cocker, Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes, Adam F, Andrea Bocelli, Patricia Kaas, Susanna Hoffs, Mike Scott, Robbie Williams, Aztec Camera, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Nerina Pallot, Claire Martin (drums on Take 1My Heart, 1999), Mark Wingfield, Iain Ballamy, Chris Squire (Chris Squire's Swiss Choir), The Syn (Syndestructible, 2005, again with Paul Stacey), Sia Furler (Colour the Small One), Laurence Cottle, Jason Rebello, Zero 7, Malcolm McLaren and Steve Hackett.

In 2011, he recorded with Ryan Adams on Ashes & Fire.

He was also part of Noel Gallagher's 'High Flying Birds' tour.

He played on the Squackett album (with Chris Squire & Steve Hackett).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thompson, Bill (26 May 2008). "Crow gets old-school". Cincinnati.Com. p. 2. Retrieved 18 May 2010.