Showman. Composer. Artist. Often found at High Society weddings, Shanghai award ceremonies, exclusive gatherings & international street festivals. The only artist in history to have performed with his band on all three stages of the Royal Albert Hall, Fred Snow has earned his place in the infernal machinery of Britain’s music scene.

Named after the great Freddy Mercury, Fred Snow attended the same art college that harboured Thom Yorke before him. His journey into music started in the USA during the mid-nineties, exposed to bands like The Squirrel Nut Zippers & The Violent Femmes, along with the New York arts underground, and European Cinema.

Living in London since 2008, Fred Snow has worked with the likes of Dexter Fletcher, and has even had his music featured in the Oscar winning movie, ‘The Theory of Everything’. His live act has been booked to appear with such luminaries as Bill Bailey, Camille O’Sullivan, Paul O’Grady, Le Gateau Chocolat, Tankus the Henge, Urban Voodoo Machine, The Correspondents, Paloma Faith, Kid Creole, Lana Del Rey, Jessie J., Brian Ferry, the Buena Vista Social Club as well as Nile Rogers & Chic, amongst others.

“The Gothic Gatsby of the Indy Scene!” (The Candlelight Club)

“Like Terry Thomas meeting the Jim Jones Revue… Not for the feint hearted!” (Soho House)

“Whatever keeps Fred Snow off the stage is a great victory for social reformers, but a dreadful loss to London.” (The Erotic Review)

“House Band for Oriole & Nightjar in London.House banh” (Theo Watt, Drinks Magazine Asia)

“Vaudevillian Philosopher-King.House banh” (This Is Cabaret)