MADDISON GOODE (vocals / acoustic guitar / saxophone) Being 9 years younger than her only sister, Maddison enjoys an abundance of musical talent proudly boasting high grades in both saxophone and vocals leading to study at Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) Juniors on a Saturday since 2016.
Having successfully completed a wide variety of performances, from solo acoustic sets to providing backing vocals to the soulful “Available Jones” in London to playing saxophone for “Slack Alice” at The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival in Colne, Maddison enjoys the pleasant tones of British folk rock band Mumford & Sons from her home in Barrowford.
As lead vocalist, Maddison is the charismatic front person of “Kallugo”, providing catchy melodies with on point delivery.
KYLE WORRALL (drums / percussion pad)
Sharing a birth town with the Gallagher brothers in Oasis, Kyle moved to Newchurch at the foot of Pendle Hill some 400 years after the notorious witch trails.
As a graded musician, Kyle completed his 300th performance on drums shortly after his 17th birthday having had the pleasure of sharing stages at festivals with some well-known artists whilst playing with indie rock band “The Switch” and acoustic duo “OdAll”.
He is very much the anchor of “Kallugo”, providing a strong beat to keep the timing together whilst being creative, confident and tight. Kyle enjoys writing originals and spends his spare time recording & mastering the tracks, aspiring to follow in the footsteps of drummer Taylor Hawkins from his favourite band, Foo Fighters.
NATHAN WOOD (bass guitar)
Hailing from Yorkshire but became a Lancastrian less than 7 days later and now lives in Trawden in Pendle, Nathan originates from a musical family, with dad and twin brother regularly performing on stage.
With over 150 gigs previously completed on guitar for indie rock band “The Switch”, Nathan takes up the key position on bass with “Kallugo” to look cool and move the song along by making the link between harmony and rhythm.
Just like the skilled bassists in his favourite band, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Nathan certainly plays a powerful role supporting the group by providing a good-feeling, steady pulse.
LEWIS ELEY (lead guitar) Born in the neighbouring county under the flag of the White Rose, Lewis has lived on the Red Rose Lancashire border all of his life, only picking up the guitar 3 significant years ago having been influenced to quickly learn his art from the likes of Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), Keith Richards (Rolling Stones) and American Blues musician Muddy Waters.
Keen to share his concealed talent, Lewis initially formed his own band “Channel Orange” who successfully performed at a number of venues around the region before moving on to play an important role on lead guitar with “Kallugo”.
During the day, Lewis is trained in architectural technology, with his skill and flair in design and structure superbly transferring into the band where he seamlessly transitions from verse to chorus whilst precisely delivering solos in the instrumental break.