Gaynor Wilson is a singer songwriter originally from Ashton under Lyne, now living in Saddleworth. Gaynor plays both violin and piano although she is best known as a singer with a powerful stage presence that commands the full attention of her audience. Gaynor especially enjoys the freedom of acoustic singing and the intimate audiences found in acoustic and folk clubs where the potency of her performance is witnessed to it's full effect.
Paul McGladdery is a singer songwriter from Saddleworth. He is a guitarist known for his prolific songwriting encompassing a variety of styles and influences from folk to country to classic pop. Primarily, Paul loves to write a ballad and his songs "Take me to Mary" "View" and "Daydream #1" are often the high points of the couples performance. Paul also enjoys a cruel sense of humour and this regularly translates into his lyrics of songs such as "40".
Gaynor and Paul met through fellow musicians. After initial rehearsals, they realised their voices blended well together and that they shared a common goal to promote their original songs rather than plough the well worn furrow of covering famous songs. They decided to join forces to enhance the reputations and audiences they had built as both solo artists and working with bands. Their strong friendship shows in their performances, which are witty, heartfelt and a feast of original material.