Harold Fisher is one of England’s legendary drummers. He was born in Halifax, Yorkshire, and began studying the drums at the age of eight. By the time he was 11 years old, Harold beame the youngest member of the Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band as went onto perform with Black Dyke Mills, Tony Evan Band at the age of seventeen in London’s West end. His dynamic playing and innovative soundmeant he was in constant demand for coutless sessions, television series, records, films regular broadcasts on BBC’s Jazz Club. Harold has also toured extensivly with Tom Jones, Jon Barry, Johnny Howar, Engelbert Humperdinck and Richard Harris. Hew as a regular mmeber og the Alyn Ainsworth Orchestra and feaured n many TV shows including many Royal Variety Performances,’Live from Her Majesty’s’ Suprise, Suprise, Blind Date, BAFTA Awards, Royal Galas, The Princes’s Trust, specials with Bruce Forsyth, Shirley Bassey, Sammy Davis Jnr, Elaine Paige, Kiri te Kanawa, Laurie Holloway’s band on BBC’s Parkinson series.. Earlier part of his career Harold performed frequently with Ted Heath’s Band, John Danworth & Cleo Laine. Marion Montgomery, Gerard Kenny, Lulu, Henry Mancini, Jerry Goldsmith’s drummer on his visits to London. Harold Fisher has recently be appointed with the BBC Big Band with whom he has broadcast regularly and toured Europe since 1998. Heavily featurin with Louis Bellson, Lalo Shiffrin, Monty Alexander, Arturo Sandavaal, Clark Terry, Billy May, Ray Anthony, Les Brown, Danny Gottlieb and more more. Harold also pefomrs regarly with the Bert Kaempfert, Don Lusher, Geraldo, Syd Lawrence, Cliff Hardie and Jimmie Hastings bands. For over thirty years Harold Fisher has been at the forefront of the musical scene in Britain and is undoubteldy on of hte most respected musicias in this country.