Mark Feltham is recognised as one of the foremost exponents of the harmonica of to day. His varied career has its roots in the London clubs during the late seventies and early eighties. When the R&B scene was at its height.
He formed and co-fronted Nine Below Zero who recorded 4 classic albums for A & M Records and toured extensively throughout the UK and the Continent. Nine Below Zero never attained the recognition they deserved and subsequently fizzled out.
In 1984 Mark turned his attention to session work and was asked to accompany Rock and Blues maestro Rory Gallagher on world-wide tours, until his unfortunate demise.
After recording with Oasis, they asked him to play their European shows including the historic Knebworth shows and T.V slots, e.g. MTV's "Unplugged". Noel Gallagher is said to be a big fan.
He then went onto touring and recording with Zucchero a year.
To date Mark Feltham has toured or played live with the following: The Christians, Deacon Blue, Manfred Mann, Roger Chapman, The Lightening Seeds, Marc Almond and on the latest albums by New Model Army and Oasis.
Mark is arguably the most sought after harmonica player in the U.K and his session work encompasses films, radio, T.V documentaries and has included working with a wide spectrum of artists