2017 Concerts


  • 17th – Marlow Theatre, Canterbury – ABC
  • 21st – The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester -ABC
  • 22nd – City Hall, Newcastle – ABC
  • 24th – Symphony Hall Birmingham – ABC
  • 25th – Royal Festival Hall – ABC
  • 26th – Dome, Brighton – ABC
  • 28th – Pavillion, Bournemouth – ABC
  • 29th – City Hall, Sheffield – ABC
  • 30th – Colston Hall, Bristol – ABC


  • 1st – Theatre Royal, Nottingham – ABC
  • 2nd – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend – ABC
  • 15th – Olympia Theatre, Dublin – ABC
  • 16th – Limelight, Belfast – ABC
  • 18th – Zagreb – ABC
  • 20th – Finchley, London – The Rob Hughes Trio featuring Roger Beaujolais
  • 26th – London – John Wilson Band
  • 29th – Tabernacle, London – Zettiah Massiah


  • 3rd – London – ABC
  • 8th – Holland – ABC
  • 10th – Holland ABC
  • 12th – Hamburg – ABC
  • 13th – Manheim – ABC
  • 14th – Berlin – ABC
  • 15th – Colgne – ABC
  • 17th – Sourbridge Town Hall – Red Lemons

The London Experiment

The London Experiment - The London Experiment

The concept behind The London Experiment, was for Chris Webb and Rob Hughes to find the right musician for each track. By having such a variation of fantastic musicians on the album, The London Experiment sounds fresh and exciting, offering different interpretations within the idiom of jazz on every track. If you would like to buy a copy of The London Experiment album click on the buy now button.

Below is a list of some of the amazing musicians who agreed to play on the album:

  • Oscar Stieler (Keys)
  • Rick Laughlin (Keys)
  • Jonathan Idiagbonya (Keys)
  • Steven Harris (Keys)
  • Brian Henry (Keys)
  • Paul Harvey (Guitar)
  • Luca Bosca (Guitar)
  • Ruben Aristorenas (Guitar)
  • Giorgio Serci (Guitar)
  • Adam Sosner (Guitar)
  • Bryan Corbett (Trumpet)
  • Ernesto Simpson (Drums)
  • Jerry Brown (Drums)
  • Andrew McLean (Drums)
  • Junior Kirton (Drums)
  • Gareth Brown (Drums)
  • James Titshall (Drums)
  • Marijus Aleksa (Drums)
  • Jamie Little (Drums)
  • Javier Ginarte (Percussion)

Getting Old!

I had fun performing live flute for Heather Small in Big Brother last week. I think possibly I over played but it’s too late now! The reason my post is named ‘Getting Old’ is I remember being very interested in BB in the early 2000’s when it first came out as a programme. It was kind of a social experiment. Now in 2017 I have to admit I have no interest in it. Added to this the fact that the people on the programme are meant to be celebs and yet I didn’t recognise anyone! It can only be a sign that I am getting old!


I’ve just returned from a short trip to play in LA at the Microsft Theatre with ABC. It was a confusing trip because one minute I’m in cold Britain, the next thing I know I’m in warm sunshine and 3 days later I’m back in the cold again. It’s interesting how much it makes you realise how much our bodies need vitamin D i.e the sun. Also to be honest at the moment America feels strange. Nearly everyone I met on the west coast did not vote for Trump and are therefore very unhappy with the electoral outcome. There were protests at the airport as we flew out rightly so.