Bob Haddrell, vocalist and keyboard player for the Barcodes, is in demand as a session player in the U.K. Haddrell has also written with top Nashville artists. He has recorded with Billy Swan, and has toured and recorded with Chicago's very own Jimmy Dawkins. Described as solidly in the groove, Bob Haddrell has created the unique sound of the Barcodes. Alan Glen helps the Barcodes sound out on vocals, guitar, and harmonica. While Glen is considered one of Britain's finest harmonica players, his role within the Barcodes ranks also gives him the opportunity to demonstrate his formidable talent as a guitarist. Alan Glen was a current member of the Yardbirds in 2000. Glen was also the longest serving harmonica player with Nine Below Zero, during which he recorded six albums with them, including the acclaimed Off the Hook for China records in 1992, Best of Nine Below Zero also on China records in 1994, Hot Music for a Cold Night on the I.R.S. Records label in 1994, and Ice Station Zebro on A&M Pangaea in 1995. With Nine Below Zero, Alan Glen performed 12 nights at the Royal Albert Hall supporting Eric Clapton in 1994. Nine Below Zero also toured supporting Sting, ZZ Top, Joe Cocker, the Kinks, and Brian May. Alan Glen has also toured and recorded with Alannah Myles, on the single "Never Loved a Man" on the I.R.S. label in 1994, Alvin Lee, Glen Tilbrook, and David McAlmont. In 1996, Alan Glen recorded albums with Little Axe's Slow Fuse, on M&G Records in 1996, and Dr. Feelgood's On the Road Again, on Grand Records in 1996. Dino Coccia rounds out the Barcodes unique blend sitting in on the drums. Dino Coccia's career has been one of great variety since turning professional at the age of 17 in 1967. Since first working abroad with the Healers, he has played and recorded worldwide. His session credits include jingles and work with pop, blues, and jazz artists. Some he has worked with are Andy Shepard, Alan Barnes, Patrick Moraz, and Grace Jones. On the blues scene he has backed up James Carr, Byther Smith, John Primer, Katie Webster, Jo-Ann Kelly, Mr. T. 99, Tutu Jones, Homesick James, and Larry Garner. In the U.S. he has worked with J.D. Nicholson, Harmonica Fats, and Lowell Fulson. He also played on a Dan Smith CD and the Sonny Black CD released on the first of July in 2000.
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