Rob Hughes


Rob Hughes

Rob Hughes plays Tenor and Soprano saxophone and the Flute.


"I try to speak as a vocalist would using the Saxophone and my influences range from people like Debussy to Imogen Heap, Pat Metheny, Jill Scott and Nik Kershaw..."


As a busy and experienced London-based musician and composer Rob has an extensive list of live performances to his credit at top UK arenas and other notable venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and the famous Ronnie Scott’s and 606 Jazz Clubs. He has also performed across the world in Europe, North America, Africa and Australasia. He has worked alongside a diverse range of artists including Gloria Gaynor, Mark Ronson, All Saints, Chuck Berry, Javine, Daniel Merriweather, Go West, Tony Hadley, Howard Jones and ABC, appearing as a recording artist on All Saints multi-million selling debut album and on the 2005 top ten smash hit single “Rocket” by the dance band, Braund Reynolds. He has also appeared and toured as part of the “Original Blues Brothers” and “Oh What a Night” musicals.


As a solo artist Rob released his debut album, “Butterfly”, in 2006,

Rob Hughes CD


followed by the album "The London Experiment" in 2010:


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TV appearances include Top of the Pops (BBC), Popworld (Channel 4), T4 (Channel 4), CD:UK (ITV1) and Children in Need (BBC). 


For June 2012 a third album is expected - find more under


2012: new Rob photos from the Durban, South Africa gig below in the galeries


Rob Hughes book Buch

Rob Hughes Büsum