A Bit About Us
Fiery Biscuits are an exciting Rock/Indie/Pop Covers band from Huddersfield; we take popular classic hit songs and give them a rocky edge. Supporting artist such as Hue 'n' Cry, Aswad, Scouting for Girls, Toploader and Big Country we can rock out with the best.
We travel all over Yorkshire, Lancashire, North East and the North West. Our show is one of the most exciting live performances you will see from a totally live band, we are fully equipped with a top of the range PA and Lighting system.
Our show can be adjusted to suit any of your needs, don’t hesitate and give us a call so you can experience the Quality, Energy and Passion of Vinny, Andy, Sully and Rick.
Singer & Tambourine Tuner
Drums & Backing Vocals
Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals
The founder member of the Band, he's not born in Yorkshire (Derby) but we try not to hold that against him. He can be regularly seen around Huddersfield and Braford in an enormous white van Just waving at every one.
He's been playing venues all over the UK either in a duo and for the past 15 years in Bands, he's even tried his hand at acting.
'Don't worry I'll sort it'
Rick was born in 1968 and still not dead despite his appearance. He's a natural born musician, he started at the tender age of 3 months old when he performed his first solo fart without following through.
He's also performed with musical luminaries such as Javid Bowie and Englethorpe Humpdeflumft but despite this has still managed to be skint. Rick says he's happy to be a Biscuit and not a Jaffa Cake.
'Stay in touch wth your inner duck'
Started playing the drums at the age of 17 having lessons with a private tutor then had more lessons at the age of 25 with the drummer from the Buzzcocks. Spent 8 years in a band from Oldham called The Runs and did session work for some major bands in the 90's before coming to live in Huddersfield.
Has been living in Huddersfield for 18 years now and have had the pleasure of playing in a few of great bands; Helter Skelter, The Love Vandals and played 9 years with Band of Oz.
'leave it with me'
Having found himself in Huddersfield after stowing away on a shipment of bananas from the South, Sully has desperately been trying to return home.
Discovered living in a postbox eating pigeons, he was rescued by some strange yet sympathetic old men who pledged to help him find his way. But alas, Sully was duped. Instead, he’s been forced to play bass for them. For just £2 a month, your sponsorship might allow him the bus fare to escape to Bradford. Please help.
Hailing from the South coast, Sully has been playing professionally for the last decade and is thoroughly enjoying a good biscuiting.