Meet Forever Free
Mark Buster Mcadam
Mark IS a rock vocalist! Known for his no-compromise performances that really deliver the goods, Mark brings a powerful raw edge to the sound of Forever Free! Whether singing softer songs like My Brother Jake or Be My Friend or harder numbers like Whole Lotta Love, Mr Big, Fire And Water, All Right Now or Black Dog, he makes each song come alive and performs Free, Bad Company and Led Zeppelin classics with soul and style!
Mark has supported such artists as Dave Kelly, Maggie Bell, Lawrence Jones, Rino (Status Quo), Skinny Molly (Guitarist Mike Estes of Lynyrd Skynyrd & Blackfoot), Miller Anderson & Chris Farlowe (The first person to release Handbags and Gladrags).
Kevin East - lead guitar/vocals
Kevin was inspired to take up the guitar at the age of fourteen after hearing the late guitar legend Paul Kossof, of Free! It wasn't long before budding musicians were inspired after hearing Kevin play the guitar!
His fabulous melodic lead guitar-playing makes Kevin the ideal lead guitarist for Forever Free!
Alex Bowler - bass guitar/vocals
Alex started playing bass guitar at the age of thirteen after being invited to open a dust-covered guitar case which had lain in a friend's attic for many years - a case which contained what was to become his first bass guitar: a dark red Selmer Precision!
Alex has worked with some outstanding musicians including Cliff Moore and the legendary Scottish rock drummer Ted McKenna in his band McKenna's Gold.
John Phillips - drums
John is one of the most powerful and inventive rock drummers in the UK! He was in the same class at school with the world-famous session drummer Simon Phillips of Toto and as they lived across the road from each other they spent many hours playing drums together after classes had finished!
John played drums for the Welsh band Lone Star and 8o's rock bands Lautrec, Megaton, Weapon
and Cliff Moore's Heroes, to name but a few.
He also played drums in Ozzy Osbourne's Blizzard of Ozz , featuring the late guitar
legend Randy Rhoads, in a rehearsal and recording setting just before Lee Kerslake joined the band as the permanent drummer!