Phil Marshall is known for his funky phrasing and sweet tone he will always make an impression, whether it’s dressed in all white or all black or suits. Phil uses an AMT wireless mic, and saxophone lights which make the bell “change colour” (this is particularly effective in black-outs). Club saxophone is the perfect accompaniment to the in-house DJs, giving the audience the feel of live music.

Phil performs commercial and all forms of house music.

Club Gigs

  • A year’s residency at Lola Lo, Cambridge
  • Regular gigs at Lola Lo, Norwich
  • Sulphuric Session at Heaven, Newmarket
  • Ménage a Trois at Edwards, Peterborough
  • Spank Parties resident saxophonist at:
    • Mantra, Norwich
    • Innocence, Newmarket
    • Fez, Cambridge
    • Halo, Peterborough

Back in the Day

Saxophonist for Paulo & Rodriguez, performing and recording as Electronic Funk, for Room 8 Records and with Stuart (Souljackerz) Braybrooke at Route, Colchester.

Phil has supported such acts as; Gil Scott-Heron, Urbanator, James Taylor Quartet, Judge Jules, Alison Limerick and DJ Pioneer.

Favourite Gigs

Performing with Brian Jackson to sell out crowds at Camden’s “The Jazz Café”. Performing in Marshall Fesco Project at The Sound Republic, Leicester Square as part of Jazz FM’s “Listen in Colour” series. Performing for Dave Thomas at the Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich.

Current Album

Abdul Kariim’s “Life is Colour”, 2014 on Greenshoe Records features Carl Hudson (Professor Green) on keys, Gavin Skeggs (Part of Oliver Cheatham’s “Make Love to the Music” band) on vocals and the fabulous MC Smeazy rapping.