The Defibrillators rock & Roll band - Kirk Russell
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The Defibrillators Kirk Russell Manager guitar Vocals.
The Defibrillators

Kirk Russell - Guitar, Vocals


Kirk learnt piano aged seven, encouraged by his Jazz bass player father Ron and his semi professional singer mother Audrey. Even his paternal grandfather Bill played piano in the local pub so it was not a surprise Kirk was very musical even as a child.

In the mid 1970s, whilst in his teens Kirk and close friend Jim Adlington  (Now with the excellent Bills Eels) formed a band. Despite learning a few guitar chords from Jim, Kirk became a drummer. The band fared quite well in the local pub scene with various personnel changes over the four years the band were together. Recluse finally split in 1980 and Kirk gave up drumming to concentrate on learning guitar.

Kirk became firm friends with fellow Paramedic Gary LaTraille in the early nineties and in late 2009 formed The Defibrillators with South Western Ambulance Service colleagues. Various members dropped out in the early days and the current line up have been together since April 2016.

Kirk's main influences are  his guitar hero Wilko Johnson, (formerly with Dr Feelgood) and Chuck Berry.



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