Derek Pascoe (born 1957) is a British musician now based in Australia. He was the vocalist and saxophonist in Flintlock. He appeared in a two-part episode of the children's science fiction programme The Tomorrow People, "The Heart of Sogguth",  in which the band's music was used to revive an ancient demon.
The Australian Music Centre described Pascoe as "among the leading free improvisers in Adelaide, whose rigorous approach to musical self-discipline gives a profound assurance to his rare extended solo public performances". He is a member of the Jazz Performance academic staff of the Elder Conservatorium of Music (teaching saxophone, improvisation and small ensemble)  and plays sax in the spoken word/impro outfit Max-Mo.
He is the father of writer, stand-up comedian and actress Sara Pascoe.
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