Denny Bridges is lead vocalist, guitarist and main songwriter for The Bevans. He hails from England and during the 1960s played for more bands than you could shake a stick at, touring the beat-clubs, dance halls and colleges up and down the British motorways. Denny toured throughout Britain and Europe playing guitar with the Harvest/EMI stabled The Third Ear Band frequently on the same bill as the likes of The Pink Floyd and Soft Machine.. With an interest, developed whilst producing the music for Roman Polanski’s ‘Macbeth’, Denny turned his attention to record producing under the tutelage of George Martin producer of The Beatles. Working with Mr. Martin, in London and on the island of Montserrat, Bridges garnered credits with acts as varied and notorious as Jeff Beck, Marc Bolan/ T Rex, Joe Cocker, Annie Lennox, Paul McCartney, E.L.O. Brian Eno, Roxy Music & Carly Simon to name just a few. Relocating to the USA in the late 80’s Denny made New York City home. His focus in that era was producing and adding his playing skills for alternative artists. He later evolved into the jazz field working with the late Bobby Vince Paunetto. In the 1990s Denny joined forces with Fiona Frensche a.k.a. Ashley Wilkes, in a music duo under various names, working in the lounges of the cruise liners of Carnival and Norwegian Cruise Lines. In 2008 Denny moved onto dry land staying in Florida and with Pete Wallis, Carnaby Street W.1 was born. In 2010 circumstance allowed time for Denny to review his own songbook and, by fundamentally recording anew, complete “Go For Gold” with his long time cohorts The Bevans..