Born and bred in London, England, Gary Driscoll is a big band singer who has been performing in clubs and bars throughout the iconic city of London for over 30 years. Having also appeared in two feature films “The Wee Man” and “The Rise of the Foot Soldier 3” as a club singer and in two TV programs including BBC’s “Tonight’s The Night”, Gary Driscoll has developed a repute for being an established club singer and songwriter.
On BBC’s “Tonight’s The Night” hosted by John Barrowman, Gary Driscoll sang “The Way You look Tonight” and on BBC Two The Hairy Biker’s “The Pubs That Built Britain,” he was invited to sing “My Way” which is also the song he sang at London gangster Reggie Kray’s funeral wake.
Gary Driscoll has two albums and five original singles to his name. The two albums include ‘Teach Me Tonight’ and ‘Gary Driscoll sings Matt Monro.’ His five singles include “The Old East End Tonight” and the popular 2018 release “Fly Home for Christmas.” Although “Fly Home for Christmas” was first released in 2018 with Ditto Music, it remains a fan favorite for holiday season. It is a big band Swing number sang by Gary Driscoll and written by Mark Leen, Produced, arranged and conducted by Paul Campbell for Studio Orchestrations.
All of Gary Driscoll’s recordings are available to download from iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and Deezer.
It is Gary Driscoll’s unique vocal capabilities and versatility which allows him to cover a wide range of different styles of songs from music legends such as Frank Sinatra, Matt Monro, Nat King Cole, Al Jolson, Joe Longthorne, John Holt, UB40, and many others.
Gary Driscoll is open for bookings, TV, films, and radio interviews.
Gary Driscoll has been a singer/songwriter and musician for over 30 years now. Born and bred in London, the artist has a repute for singing in various clubs throughout the city especially East End’s most famous club “The Blind Beggar.” Being recognized as a local celebrity in and around East End of London, Gary Driscoll was made an offer to perform at the funeral wake of one of Britain’s notorious gangsters, Reggie Kray. He is also known as the army sergeant who spontaneously sang for over 11,000 spectators at the Centre Court during Tennis semi-finals at Wimbledon.