Producer, composer and writer Hereward Kaye was first discovered by Ray Davies of The Kinks – who went on to produce his debut album with Cafe Society in 1975. Over the subsequent 40 years Hereward has worked with a number of major names in the UK record industry and West End musical theatre.
Hereward not only co-created the Cameron Mackintosh musical Moby Dick, which appeared at London’s Piccadilly Theatre in the early ’90s, but also worked alongside Tom Robinson, Chris Rea, Willy Russell, Rick Wakeman – and toured the world for thirteen years as a member of The Flying Pickets. It’s all in his memoir The Ship Hits The Fans.
Today he brings decades of wisdom and experience to bear on his work at Rok Skool near Brighton – from coaching and mentoring emerging talent through to full scale programming and production. His own back catalogue has recently been digitised and is now available in lossless audio quality via Bandcamp.
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