b. 16 March 1954, Exeter, Devon, Britain. Songwriter and key pad participant Marshall was half from the Marshall Hain music group, who found quick chart achievement in 1979 with ‘Dance In The Town’, an extremely melodic light funk music. The hit arrived before the music group had been fully ready for the achievement that adopted, and Marshall made a decision to leap ship. The split up from the music group came once they had been after that sidelined by their record business before recording another album, Marshall after that joined up with the Soaring Lizards, who got a shot in the charts having a remake of Berry Gordy’s ‘Cash’. Then formed Attention To Attention and released two albums for Warner Brothers Information. Lately Marshall has taken care of a duel profession like a music instructor in his house region of Devon. In the past due 90s, he shaped Umbrella People who have previous Marshall Hain member and extremely sought-after UK program percussionist, Martin Ditcham (b. 22 Feb 1951, Ilford, Essex, Britain). Their debut, Offering Water WITH THE River, premiered in early 2000. Offering some superb trumpet playing from Dick Pearce, the recording bridges the distance between pop and jazz. Intelligent instrumental music could be easy for the ear, as well as the mix of groove percussion and textured keyboards through the nucleus of Marshall and Ditcham designed for an extremely satisfying debut from two seasoned experts.