Krazy Horse comes from a long line of entertainers including his Mother, Rosie, who was for years a Dancer and a Singer/Pianist with the Geoff Love Orchestra: and his father, who was a Musical Director for Shirley Bassey as well as working with American Greats such as Mel Torme.
At the age of fourteen, with a homemade guitar, he started a career in show business and formed a skiffle group. Six months later he joined a rock and roll band called Johnny and the Jays, playing bass guitar and vocals. To widen his career, he left his family and his hometown of Bury, to tour with the Francis Langford Singers – one of the leading cabaret acts in the UK at that time. Krazy Horse travelled all over Europe, and of course, the whole of the British Isles. After three years he left to try his luck as a solo performer. Since then Krazy Horse has been entertaining audiences of all ages with a mixture of old, new and original songs. His shows have always been fun packed and never blue or offensive.
Krazy Horse now writes original songs under the name of Tribe and in 2006 had more songs in the finals of the UK Song-writing Contest than any other artist.
Krazy Horse writes original material in all types of genre including: rock, pop, reggae, instrumentals, blues, jazz, gospel, country, folk and ballads.
He performs his songs at clubs around Manchester and the Northwest and at various folk festivals.
With over 300 original songs to his name, Krazy Horse can offer an exciting and enjoyable show suitable for any type of audience. He is also an experienced compere.