First of all, please bear in mind, Keshco has a changing cast of creative characters. Some of them have passed by for only a short time. Others have become part of the extended family.
Andy Brain. 02/01/80. Usually found on acoustic guitar, bass, keyboards, or parping into a recorder. Auburn-headed Andy tinkers on computers mixing, mastering and cutting up the band’s precious work. You can hear his plaintive cries on “James Harries” or “Enlightenment”.
Bob Follen. 15/11/79. With his drums growing exponentially, Robert can also be found on keyboards, mad lead guitar, or bashing chimes. He croons as the Devil in “Halloween”, and as himself on “Below The Waves”.
Luke Sample. 06/03/78. Housewives’ favourite, Luke can usually be spotted with electric guitar, keyboards, or trilling on a flute. His hushed tones grace “Crimes of Casio” and “Son of a Systems Engineer Manager”.
Notable other Keshcologists:
Caroline Vile – band manager from 2007 and more recently a full member, playing clarinet, recorders and keyboards plus vocals.
Gareth Monger – band member in the 1990s and still occasional artwork contributor. Gareth also co-writes Beware! The Zine with Andy.
Andrew Walton – band film tech in 2000s and has contributed lyrics and vocals to a few recordings.