Terry Kirkbride

Terry Kirkbride
Genres Rock, Britpop
Occupations Drummer, Percussionist, Singer songwriter
Instruments Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Years active 1991 - present
Associated acts Southern Fly
The Marbles Jackson

Terry Kirkbride is an English drummer. He is known for being a former member of Proud Mary[1] and for playing in the Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher's live band.[2][3][4] He also played for Oasis [5] occasionally, and has performed live and in studio for many artists including Paul Weller,[6] The Who's Roger Daltrey, The Verve's Richard Ashcroft, and Ambershades.

Kirkbride started writing his own songs with NaoKo TakaHashi in 2009 and formed a band, The Marbles Jackson.[7][8][9]


With The Sandkings

With Proud Mary

With Oasis

With Noel Gallagher (and Gem Archer)

  • Sitting Here in Silence (2006)
  • Little Things That Make So Happy (2006) - The Godfatherecords
  • The Dreams We Have as Children (Live for Teenage Cancer Trust) (2007) - Big Brother Recordings

With Ambershades

  • Clap Clap Clap (2003) (single)


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