Welcome to Chris Spedding.com
Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter Chris Spedding has been a mainstay of the British session scene since the late 60s, playing with just about everyone from Nucleus, Jack Bruce, John Cale, Elton John, Mike Batt, to Paul McCartney & The Bay City Rollers (anonymously!).
In 1975 Spedding had a hit record called "Motorbikin'".
In the late 70s he moved to the States and worked with Robert Gordon, Jerry Harrison, Dick Rivers and Johnny Hallyday.
Since 2001, Spedding has been playing live with Roxy Music/Bryan Ferry, The War Of The World and R.Gordon / D.Rivers, Herbie Flowers, Charlotte Glasson among others.
In 2011, put out solo album "Pearls" and formed a legendary band called King Mob with Steve Parsons, Sixteen, Glen Matlock and Martin Chamnbers, but was short-lived unfortunately.
In 2015, he released his 13th original studio album "Joyland". On 29th June 2018, he had the 50th Anniversary Concert in London.


      WHAT'S NEW ?
solo gig in 2006 (Oct.31)
  Spedding toured Germany in 2006 with mark Smith and Paul Tompson.
  Two 30" videos from Vervier and Berlin.
gig with Robert Gordon & TGTCH in 2010 (Oct.28)
  Two 30" videos from RG and the Gang They Couldn't Hang in Chicago in Jan.2010.
  Please visit here.
gig with Robert Gordon in 1992 (Oct.25)
  Two 30" videos from RG/CS shows in NYC in Sept.1992, early show and late show.
session with Ricky Norton in 2001 (Oct.23)
  Spedding overdubbed guitars in Paris. And two 30" videos have been uploaded.
  You can watch those here.
Charlotte Glasson in Bognor Regis (Oct.19)
  Four 30" videos from Blakefest 2019 have been uploaded.
  You can watch those at Poetry & Jazz and Jazz Combo.
Recent interview (Oct.8)
   Spedding got interviewed for Everyone Loves Guitar Podcast. It was uploaded yesterday.
   Please visit their facebook (both video and audio). Or their site (just audio).
Robert Gordon - Philadelphia gig cancelled (Oct.2)
   Please click here for the latest schedule.
   Their ultimate live 2-CD called Tear Up The House on sale now.

Chris Spedding website since April 5th 1997