b. Roger Downham, 22 November 1952, Harrogate, Yorkshire, Britain. Completely self-taught, Beaujolais used music, playing piano and drums, briefly playing the last mentioned in a rock-band. He paid attention to and respected an array of jazz music artists, on many musical instruments, but it had not been until he was 24 that he begun to you should think about the vibraphone. At 28 he performed his initial gig upon this device and since 1973 continues to be fully involved as a specialist musician. An early on group he led was the Beaujolais Music group, which played an attractive mixture of salsa and bop, arriving as it do in an interval when hard bop was experiencing a renaissance. Since that time he provides customarily been noticed leading his very own quintet as well as the acidity jazz group Vibraphonic, so when co-leader from the Theo Travis/Roger Beaujolais Quartet. He also proved helpful often with the favorite jump jive device the Chevalier Brothers, which group he was a co-founder in the first 80s. Other people from the music group included Ray Gelato (saxophone), Maurice Chevalier (electric guitar), Clark Kent (bass) and John Piper (drums). With this group, Beaujolais documented and toured internationally with the 80s, showing up at lots of the main jazz celebrations. Among a great many other music artists and rings with whom Beaujolais provides played and documented are modern jazz, Latin and pop performers including Robin Aspland, Butterfield 8, Man Chambers, Winston Clifford, Mary Coughlan, D-Influence, Simon Thorpe, Roland Perrin, Fairground Appeal, 4 Hero, Slim Gaillard, Ed Motta, Tag Nevin, Tommaso Starace, Tag Lockheart, Minika Green, Tony Rémy, Pete Lewinson, Davide Mantovani, Kirsty MacColl, Dave Lewis, Jim Hart, Masami Tsuchiya, Robert Vegetable and Paul Weller. He in addition has used Tim Richards’ revival of Nature Level, Great Nature. Furthermore to executing, Beaujolais has trained jazz vibraphone at Trinity University of Music in London.