Whittlesea Straw Bear Festival. He took up the melodeon aged 12 and has played for several Morris sides – currently he is the lead musician for Chiltern Hundreds North West Clog Morris and is a founder member of Rockingham Rapper.
He was a New Roots finalist in 2005 and has driven the Straw Bear several times.
Sarah has been writing tunes and songs ever since she learned to talk. She sung in four different continents with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain in the 1990s, and also played in the now-defunct folk duo Full Tilt before joining Frog on a Bike.
Tim: Fiddle, Hardanger Fiddle, Mandolin and Mandola
Tim joined Frog on a Bike in 2014 fresh from the Cambridge University Ceilidh Band, replacing melodeon player Serena on the line-up.
Tim has been playing folk music for at least the last fifteen years. However, once he'd been to his very first Fairport Convention concert in 2006, he was hooked for life.
Tim usually has to arrive at gigs sooner than most as he has a total of 28 strings on stage to tune.
Phil has been playing in and around Cambridgeshire since the early 70s, mostly in folk or folk rock bands, duos and trios.
He will have a bash at most stringed instruments (except for fiddle; he leaves that to Tim) plus keyboards and even a Bb tuba !!!
Phil is semi retired now, so if not playing, you'll most likely find him gardening or at a fishing lake near you!
Den : Drums and Percussion
Den is a founder member of Frog on a Bike and started his drumming career in the Boys Brigade at the age of 12.
He’s been involved in the folk scene for many years, ran the Spalding Folk Club and once had a long bodhran solo immortalised on BBC Radio 2's folk show as their introduction to a broadcast from Revesby Folk Day.
As well as being our intrepid drummer, Den is also our resident artist. Our album covers and our signature band cartoon are all the work of his talented hands!
Lyn: Manager and in-house Caller
Without Lyn, Frog simply would not function. As well as being our resident caller, she’s the one who organises all our gigs and makes sure that the band are ready to make your occasion a perfect success.
Lyn was also involved with the running of the Spalding folk club and, during the annual Tulip Parade, persuaded tourists to dance in the street while the folk club played tunes on the folk bus.
At our gigs, once Lyn has given our dancers a chance for bit of a breather, you can normally find her joining in with the rest of the band on autoharp, maracas, triangle or tambourine for our between-dance sets.
And not forgetting the Frog!
Froggy (renamed umpteen times by small children at weddings) is the last survivor from a 1920s Leeds Theatre production of Toad of Toad Hall.
He is made of rag and wood and originally had a flame on a stick which ‘lime lit' the stage. Rescued from the abandoned and lovingly renovated, he is now as much a member of the band as the rest of us.
He has been on stage for longer than we have, so as you can tell, he is very professional!
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