Little London Studios started out as a recording studio, working with unsigned bands, producing demos to help them to book more gigs. The studio space was also used for rehearsals. Next came band management,developing the talents of several up and coming bands under the name TaM Management.
Around this time Terri and Mike also began working with deprived youngsters - later on the Vocational Inclusion Programme, helping disadvantaged pupils find some direction through music.
In 2006 Terri of Little London Studios received the RADAR Entrepreneur of the Year Award for their achievements.
As reputation built for Little London Studios and TaM Management, contacts began to develop with punk bands from the seventies. Poly Styrene of X-Ray Spex, and Sham 69 started dropping by the studio.
In 2008 we recorded an interview with Mitch Mitchell, legendary drummer with Jimi Hendrix, at the request of The American Congress Library of Recording, in LA.
Little London Studios worked with a growing number of named artists. Including Eric Faulkner, Bay City Rollers; Jimmy Pursey, Sham 69; Dave Sharp; Jennie Bellestar Matthias, 1-Stop-Experience; Maureen Croissant Prairie; Stevie ZeSuicide, and others.
2010 saw the development of TaM Entertainment to encompass event management and media promotion.
We are really looking forward to the amazing developments due in the next few months around Little London Studios, TaM Entertainment and TaM Management.