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Chris Jagger
acoustic guitar, harp, occasional washboard and lead vocals
Chris Jagger made two records for Billy Gaff and David Geffen in the 1970's. Since 1994 he has recorded 4 albums containing strong and original songs. Forget the comparisons, his ability as a singer, frontman and writer cannot be doubted and 2009 finds him busier than ever. Chris works with his band 'Atcha!' and sometimes with smaller acoustic lineups, when not engaged in rural pursuits and writing songs.
Jim Mortimore
double bass, electric and acoustic guitars, and vocals

Jim Mortimore is a musician, composer, DJ, engineer and producer. He has worked with Herbie Flowers, Chip Taylor, PP Arnold, Geoff Muldaur, Arthur Brown, Big Sugar, Turning Green, Shona Foster, My Rocket 88. Jim co-produced, mixed, played electric and acoustic guitars on 'Act of Faith'. Jim composes music for film and theatre productions, Lyric theatre London being one of his recent credits, and is currently much in demand as a double bass player and producer.

Charlie Hart
fiddle, accordion, keyboards, bass instruments, vocals

Inspired by blues, jazz and African music, he has worked with Alexis Korner, Ian Dury, Ronnie Lane, Eric Clapton and Charlie Watts. He produced Orchestra Virunga and Diz and the Doormen, composed music for the Oscar-nominated animated film Triangle and appeared in the feature film Stormy Monday. Besides working with Chris and the band, Charlie is currently concentrating on producing roots and jazz artists in his own Equator
Studios, London.

Malcolm Mortimore
drums and percussion
Malcolm has worked with Gentle Giant, Ian Dury, Paul Butterfield, Arthur Brown, Flaco Jimenez, Barney Kessel, Charlie Byrd, Van Morrisson and Neil Diamond. Malcolm has been playing with Chris for ten years and in that time Chris has made four C.D.'s, Act of Faith being the third, the Ridge being the fourth. Malcolm has played Drums and Percussion on all.
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