Meet The Team
Jade MayJean (Lead Vocals)
From a young age, Jade MayJean had both the passion and enviable talent for singing. From the moment she could hold a tune, Jade hasn’t stopped performing and it is both her dedication and incredible, natural voice that mean she has propelled herself into a musical force to be reckoned with. In 2016, Jade brought her infectious energy and incredible stage presence to the 90s Jam line-up and has fronted the band ever since in shows and festivals across the UK.
Kit Marsden (Musical Director, Piano, Keys, Vocals, Sax, Sound & Lighting)
An experienced professional session musician, producer and arranger, Kit controls the technical aspects of the show in the studio and onstage. Growing up throughout the 90s, Kit now relishes recreating the familiar signature synth lines and classic piano hooks of the era every night with 90s Jam. Away from the keyboards, Kit is a big fan of Formula 1 racing and Norwich City Football Club, and is a nationally-ranked table tennis player.
Theo Williams-Burchell (Drums)
Norfolk born and bred, Theo spent his younger years spent listening and playing along to anything from old school classic rock to 90’s house, which has added to his versatility behind the kit. Theo has played in bands since the age of twelve, spanning everything from village fêtes to headline gigs. He is a huge Norwich City fan and coffee lover.
Simon Dring (Drums)
Simon has been a professional drummer since age eighteen. Since then, he has done over 1,500 gigs with many different groups including orchestras, pop, rock, brass, silver and blues bands, jazz ensembles, choirs, function bands, shows, plays, drum masterclasses, festivals etc. He has gigged across the UK, Europe, New Zealand and America, and has supported bands and artists including Walter Trout, California Guitar Trio, Johnny Winter, Robben Ford, Blue Oyster Cult, Eric Sardinas, Tony Levin, Gary Moore, Devon Allman, Jon Cleary, Aynsley Lister, and many more.
Ben Wortley (Drums)
[bio coming soon]
Chris Barwise (Tech)
Growing up listening to dance music throughout high school, Chris enjoys setting up and managing the tech for the band whilst live mixing in the audience. Outside of 90s Jam, Chris spends his time as a music producer and is currently trying to tolerate coffee.