Some of Ken's Latest Work
Ken's been busy flying all over the world this year, and he's not stopping now! There's plenty of shows still to go before the end of the year! So jump over to the Tour page and see where he's headed next!
It is with regret that Lee Kerslake’ health has deteriorated at this time.
Therefore we will have to postpone “The Lee Kerslake Rock Party in aid of the Nightingale Cancer Support Group”,
which was to be held at the 100 Club on 18th September.
As soon as Lee is strong enough we will make a further announcement.
In the meantime anyone who has bought tickets can apply for a full refund at www.WeGotTickets.com.
Or you can keep your ticket/s for a re-scheduled show.
Lee Kerslake former drummer with the legendary British rock band Uriah Heep and Ozzy Osbourne will host a much anticipated show.
A charity rock night On Sunday the 18th September 2016 at Oxford Street’s famous 100 Club in aid of the Nightingale Cancer Support Group charity.
One year ago Lee contracted cancer and underwent major therapy. During the height of his illness, Lee decided he wanted to do something to thank the caring team at the Nightingale Cancer Support Group who were so dedicated to him, so he decided to host this unique event .
The night has attracted some of rock’s royalty to come together for a one off jam session, including MICK BOX, KEN HENSLEY, BERNIE SHAW, PHIL LANZON, DAVEY RIMMER, RUSSELL GILBROOK, plus Our Propaganda, Jake Libretto, Phil Hilborne, and many others.
There will also be a charity auction with many iconic rock memorabilia being kindly donated by the stars, including a signed guitar by the band Iron Maiden.
For further details about the show and available tickets click here!
Ken has new Tour Diaries! Yes that's right, from 2015...
For the first time in a long while you can read Ken's brilliant insights into his life on the road.
Head over to the Tour Diaries page and check them out!
Read about Ken's latest tour in Russia in The Interview That Wasnt
On October 15th this year, after a musical career of more than 50 years, I was privileged to be a part of another piece of rock & roll history, when I was invited to join Mick and Uriah Heep for a special concert in Moscow.
For me it was an amazing experience, a kind of re-entry into a world I had left behind so many years ago and, as it was happening, looking across the stage at Mick, seeing Lee on the drums, I was able to re-live so many great memories.
And I found myself wearing a permanent smile and laughing constantly, like some kind of impish child!
Of course David and Gary were not there but in a way they were, along with all the others who, over the years, helped make Heep into the legendary rock band it was and still is.