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Stacey at the 606 Club, London, in 2007
|Born||27 September 1963|
|Genres||Pop, rock, jazz|
|Associated acts||King Crimson|
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
New Earth Mud
The Lemon Trees
Echo & the Bunnymen
Jeremy Stacey (born 27 September 1963) is a British drummer and keyboard player. His early works 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, the Finn Brothers, Nick Harper, Noel Gallagher, The Waterboys, Thomas Anders, Echo & the Bunnymen, Eurythmics, 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, Boris Grebenshchikov, and Steve Hackett.
He played on the Squackett album (with Chris Squire & Steve Hackett).
On 7 March 2016 it was announced that he would be taking the place of Bill Rieflin as the center drummer on the 2016 King Crimson European tour, a position he retained even after Rieflin's return to the band.
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