Gerad McArthur, aged 31, is a Scottish born singer/songwriter. After learning his craft at theatre school in Scotland, he went onto travel the world on various cruise ships & touring productions and is also no stranger to the top 40 charts.
Gerad was given his first record deal aged 18 as part of a four piece boyband. The band toured with Westlife and Girls Aloud on their arena tours and went onto achieve two top 40 UK official hit singles.
Gerad’s passion for writing music steered him in a different direction, making his own self-penned debut record performing alongside The Wanted as their tour support. He has also performed backing vocals for artists such as Tom Jones, Alesha Dixon, Jason Donavan, Paul Carrack and Mark Owen.
Gerad’s most recent venture takes him home to his Scottish roots. After teaming up with siblings Alexandra and Paul, the McArthur trio went onto successfully launch and continue to establish their soul inspired, family run brand the “GeO Gospel Choir.”
Kris Boobyer is a singer/songwriter from London who has gained a wealth of experience performing backing for many established artists over the years, including One Direction, Paloma Faith, Ben Haenow, Take That, Rebecca Ferguson, George Michael, Elbow, JLS, Muse, Matt Cardle, Kele Le Roc, Shola Ama, Mystery Jets, Deptford Goth, Duncan James, Andreya Triana, Matt Goss, Louisa Johnson, Trey Lorenz & the one and only Mariah Carey.
As part of various choirs, he has also appeared on numerous television programmes including "The X Factor", "Superstar", "Britain's Got Talent", “The Voice”, “Q.I.” & also at the London 2012 Olympics Closing Ceremony.
He has been running his own successful gospel choir, Enchorus, for nearly 5 years now and recently recorded vocals for the forthcoming albums by Kovic & gospel artist, Rachel Kerr.
Stacey Bell is a respected and versatile professional vocalist, regularly performing with Edinburgh based Wedding and function band 'Corra'. Stacey recorded mostly all the female backing vocals on Greig Taylor's 2018 solo album project.