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Sue McCreeth - Vocals, Piano & Guitar

Sue McCreeth is a jazz singer who has been universally acclaimed by the UK press as one of the most original, inventive and beautiful writing and vocal talents around.  She has two critically acclaimed recordings, 500 miles high the air is blue and Just for Luxury (distributed by Proper Music).

Sue toured extensively around the the UK between 2002 and 2006 and received numerous press plaudits for her own original fusion songs, as well as her 'boldly punctuated' arrangements of contemporary jazz compositions.  An impressive number of bookers also paid tribute to the way in which her passionate delivery of a Gershwin standard or a tribute to Nina Simone won over their audiences. Jazz Services supported and funded her touring for three years running, she sold out twice in one season at Live on the Park in London, and her appearance for the London Jazz Festival was a sell out.  

In 2006, she disappeared from the limelight as promptly and emphatically as she had appeared in the first place.  Infinite Sunday sees her return to the limelight stronger than ever; and as usual, lyrically and vocally captivating listeners, picking at the bones of human frailty with a gentle and concerned hand.

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Mike Varty - Keys, Strings & Production

Mike Varty is best known for his internationally popular work on the progressive music scene, where he is regarded as a technical and keyboard wizard.  He has a whole catalogue of recordings to his name with bands including Shadowland, Credo, Landmarq, Mick Pointer’s Marillion, The Mighty Rooster and the multi-award winning Janison Edge.  He regularly tours Europe and internationally with various combinations of all of these bands.  

Mike also runs Gargoyle Studio where the Infinite Sunday project was recorded and produced by him. Mike has a particular talent for arrangement and production which draws heavily on his classical music training and natural musicianship.   He has produced several albums and other projects, as well as lending his production skills to assist other bands.  Mike has also written and produced the soundtrack for cult films Foiled, Fluffy the English Vampire Slayer and the recent spoof blockbuster Big Chimp and provided original music for a number of cartoons and shorts.

Mike is a classically trained pianist and violinist, who started studying at the age of 4, and he has a degree in electronics, both of which give him the broadest technical and compositional expertise to underpin his extreme musicianship.     
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Infinite Sunday is a stunning new collaboration between celebrated jazz musician Sue McCreeth, jazz/rock/funk guitarist Ian Salmon and producer/keys player Mike Varty, resulting in some of the most extreme chill-out and coolest sounds around.  

With a huge record of highly acclaimed work and inspiring breadth of influences between them, their  debut album together, released on 16 July 2012, can only be described as true fusion.  

A few times round the block, natural musicianship, a genuine vibe between them and a real human story to boot,  this is a collaboration that truly invites mass appeal as well as industry recognition.  The CD lead track - ‘Sunday’ - is picking up interest from major advertisers and is tipped to ‘go viral’ this summer.

Ian Salmon - Guitar, Bass & Percussion

Ian Salmon is a session musician who works constantly around London and the UK and is regularly involved in touring work internationally.  He is regarded as a musician’s musician, equally at home playing funk, jazz or rock and is respected equally for his skills on electric and acoustic guitar and bass.  He has been a member of various progressive bands, including Janison Edge, Arena and Mick Pointer’s Marillion and has appeared as guitarist and/or bassist on many albums from a variety of rock bands, as well as touring all over the world.  His performances in this field are a testament to his flexibility and versatility, as Ian’s heart truly lies in jazz, funk and soul, where he is currently regularly playing around London in a variety of guises.  

Ian grew up with music, his father was session musician Kenny Salmon who regularly played with the likes of Shirley Bassey, Burt Bacharach and Dusty Springfield.  Ian started playing the piano at age 8, but soon found the guitar and his life long influences, Jimi Hendrix, Weather Report, Pat Metheney, John Scofield, Django Reinhardt and Miles Davis.  

Ian also plays blues harp professionally, dabbles in keyboards and drums and knows his way around a mixing desk, as well as having a fine voice.