"THE IN-LAWS IS A BAND BORN OUT OF DIVERSITY AND INDIVIDUALITY.
FREE FROM THE STEREOTYPE OF RACE, GENDER, ORIENTATION, AESTHETICS AND AGE..".
The in-Laws (2021 Line-Up)
Left to Right: * James Marshall Murray- Keyboards/Synth * Bill Duffy- Guitar * Fran Cavallaro- Drums * * Dee Chanelle- Vocals * Luke "Swoop" McCormick- Bass/Percussions
Dee Chanelle created "The in-Laws" - a band born out of diversity and individuality free from the stereotype of race, gender, orientation, aesthetics and age because at the end of the day what matters the most is one thing- MUSIC.
Originals seamlessly integrated with eclectic pop hit covers.
Chanelle met bassist/guitarist Clare Moynihan aka "Mama Clare" back in 2014 when the acoustic duo performed at community charity gigs and festivals. Needless to say the duo's musical bonding flourished and the versatile genres of music took them to casinos and restaurants, a residency at the institutional Molly Moggs Theatre Bar in Soho and The Diamond Masquerade Ball at the Clapham Grand to name a few. The two have pretty much been inseparable ever since!
With a quest to grow and expand the sound, Dee later discovered keyboardist/ DJ and songwriter James Marshall Bill Duffy (Guitar), Luke McCormick (Bass/Percussion) and Fran Cavallaro (Drums).
The band gets occasional visits from extended band members Rodrigo (Bass/Guitar) "Granpa" Andy Dawson (Bass), "Uncle" Neil Pearce (Drums), multi instrumentalist David "Bubbles" (Drums/Keys) and veteran professional drummer/percussionist "Papa" Rogerio originating from Brazil who join in for a fuller live sound.
The band now performs an eclectic acoustic/live set of covers and original material playing at Bar FM, The Luna Live Lounge, The Sindercombe Social with previous gigs headlining the SPARKLE main stage in Manchester, various Surrey Food Festivals and more notably the DIVA main stage at London Pride in Leicester Square. In addition, the band supports charitable gigs and headlined for the World's Big Sleep Out at the Hove Lagoon in Brighton and Winter Pride in Surrey at The Electric Theatre, Surrey.