At the start of the 1960’s Liverpool’s Mersey beat was the epicentre of the music world, producing some of the biggest hits and bands of the time and showcasing the best live music you could find. With numerous chart topping hits and now infamous underground ‘Beat Music’ venues, the 1960’s was the start of one of Liverpool’s biggest bands. Named ‘the bands band’ and owning the Mersey side music scene, with sell out shows and hundreds of fans, it can be none other than...... The Big Three. Wait, what?! 


Before The Beatles became the biggest Liverpool export to date, the Rock N’ Roll band ‘The Big Three’ headlined the Merseyside sound and were the biggest band of the day. With little known about the band and with a rich back story, they are a band that should never be forgotten.

The Big Three band members Tom Dunlea (Drums), Jay Osborne (Guitarist), Tomek Sowinski (Keys) and Chris Weeks (Bassist) are the modern lineup and continue the bands legacy, with wild sellout shows at the Liverpools famous Cavern Club and International Beatles Week among others, they create the original rock and roll music inspired by the incredible Big Three sound!


The boys recorded their first EP ('The Big Three EP') in late 2020 at Blast Studios in Newcastle. Their first single 'Head Over Heels' was released in early 2021 and they went on to perform a live lockdown gig for London promoters Hot Vox to raving reviews. The band is currently writing new material for their first awaited album and booked for various festivals and gigs throughout 2021 and 2022.

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