Beebe is regarded as one of the UK and Europe's finest saxophonists and possesses a wide ranging technique which ranges from beat boxing while playing flute, to playing two saxophones at the same time. His versatile vocal skills vary from bouncy raps to lush harmonies and hard-edged punk snarls

Beebe was featured on the DJ Spoony show on Radio One for three days in October 2005, where he taught him saxophone live on air ready for a Craig David concert. He has recorded on albums with Bizarre Inc, Mother, The Christians and Gold Blade and performed on support tours with Rancid, Edwin Starr and Blue. He has also appeared at Reading Rock Festival, London Jazz Festival and Montreux Jazz Festival.

Beebe's wide-ranging abilities have taken him on tours with Gary Barlow, US3, Ben E King and Gary US Bonds, Geno Washington, Jaki Graham as well as appearances with UK, American and Asian jazz icons such as Pee Wee Ellis,

Bud Shank, Gerard Presencer, John Dankworth, Victor Mendoza and Surinder Sandhu.
In addition to having airplay on Jazz FM and the Paul Jones blues show, one of Beebe's saxophone solos was included in the Montreux Jazz Festival compilation CD in 1999.

Beebe released his debut album in 1997 throughout the Middle East and Europe. Reviews have compared his saxophone expertise to Grover Washington and earned him a prestigious endorsement from Keilwerth saxophones. He also performed on the soundtrack to the film Intimate With A Stranger which was premiered at Cannes Film Festival.

Beebe's band comprises of the finest UK talent. Members of the band have performed with artists as such as Massive Attack, Roy Ayres, Blue, Chaka Khan, Def Leppard and Ocean Colour Scene.

Bruce Dickinsons film Chemical Wedding is out on DVD now which features a track from Earthlab's album called Separation By Skin featuring saxophone solo by Beebe. 2011 included a tour with soul legends Ben E King and Gary US Bonds and a tour with Tony Christie. Beebe’s album will be available on itunes soon. For more information please click the albums link.

Beebe quintet were the winners of the Birmingham Jazz Rush Hour Blues Poll Winners award for 2010. Other exciting news is the release of Alexander Shulgins triple album Tryptych. Beebe is featured on CD 1. Other artists appearing on this album include Billy Cobham, Bob Mintzer, Bob James, Gary Husband and Martin Taylor.



Chris Aldridge


Holy Island






The Zig Zag Theory


Beebe Has Worked With


Gary Barlow

Ben E King

Roy Wood



Marcus Collins

Bizarre Inc 

Gary US Bonds

Jimmy James

Tony Christie

Angie Brown  

Jaki Graham  

Divine Sounds

Climax Blues Band

George Montague

Jimmy Thomas


Story Of O 

Johnny Mars

David McAlmont


Edwin Starr

Geno Washington  

The Christians


Angelo Starr and The Team

Judy Boucher  

The Poor Boys  

Speedi Banton

Gold Blade  

Fools Gold  

The Red Lemons  



The Funk Federation  

Word Girl

Bud Shank  

Andy Edwards 

King Pleasure & The Biscuit Boys


Ian Parker   


Simon Scardinelli

Joe Dolan  




John Dankworth  

Bobby Shew

Victor Mendoza  

Pee Wee Ellis

Dave O'Higgins  

Art Themen

Julian Arguelles  

Gerard Presencer   

Surinder Sandhu

Guy Barker  

Kenny Baker  

Scott Stroman 

Mark Nightingale