Bio

 
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Iwan Gronow moved to Manchester from Cornwall 18 years ago with his band Haven. Managed by the late great Joe Moss and produced by Johnny Marr, Haven signed to Radiate a subsidiary of Virgin in 2000. Their debut album "Between the Senses" charted in the top 20. The album included the hits "Say Something" and "Til the End", with the band appearing on Top of the Pops.

A member of Johnny Marr's band since 2013, Iwan has toured the world and played many festivals including Glastonbury, Coachella and Fuji Rock; also appearing on programs such as Later with Jools Holland and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. 

Iwan and Tom played in a Manchester band called Mutineers; the band released the album "Friends, Lovers and Rivals". Since being in the Mutineers, Iwan and Tom have continued to write and record music together.

 

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Since the start of his Career, Tom has worked on a rich and diverse range of projects with many different types of artists, producers and engineers including Denise Johnson, Adam French, David Tolan, Scott Ralph and Jim Spencer. 

He was the Singer/Songwriter in The Vanguards with their debut EP “Regress” being a Record of the Week on BBC Radio 2. He continues to write as a soloist with the single “Bottle Tops” being played on BBC6 Music in 2016.

Iwan and Tom first met when Iwan played Bass for his debut Solo Album “Summer Lights”. Some years later, they came together as the rhythm section of the Manchester band Mutineers.