Lucy Wilkins

Lucy was first seen by Ferry/Roxy fans during the 1999/2000 Bryan Ferry solo tour, As Time Goes By. She impressed the fans with her command of the violin especially playing Out Of The Blue. She was invited to tour with the reformed Roxy Music for their World Tour of 2001, and for this she played the violin and also keyboards and synthesiser. Lucy has worked with Bryan Ferry in the studio since the As Time Goes By tour and will feature on Bryan's Frantic' album and 'Frantic' 2002/3 tour. Lucy toured with Massive Attack after she finished Bryan's 'Frantic' tour.

When not touring with the band, Lucy writes music for the Suspect Culture Theatre Group which is based in Glasgow. She collaborated on Timeless and Candide 2000. She is also a member of the sextet Speeka whose debut album "Bespoke" was released in February 2001 with a single from the album "London Calling" being released in May 2001. Lucy is a respected session musician who's worked with everyone from 4 Hero and Beth Orton to Martine McCutcheon and Paul Weller. Lucy Toured with Tindersticks November/December 2001 after the Roxy tour.

Lucy is credited on the following:-

Beth Orton - Central Reservation
Beth Orton - Trailer Park
Tindersticks - Curtains
Tindersticks - II
Natacha Atlas - Gedida
Marc Almond - Open All Night
Block 16 - Morning Sun
dEUS - The Ideal Crash
VA - Nuphonic Vol.4
Ben & Jason - Emoticons
4 Hero - Two Pages
JJ72 - same
Speeka - Bespoke

Lucy Wilkins is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums