Worldwide Music is owned and run by John Greves (MD), Adam Greves and Andrew Greves.
John had been involved in the music business all his adult life, beginning with his involvement with Hawkwind circa 1969 (at the tender age of 17) through his years with Ghost, Daddy Fantastic, PXR5, AThe Mighty Tong, Robert Calvert's 'Capt. Lockheed and the Starfighters' and finally having spent 1999 - 2007 touring and recording with the original members of Hawkwind as 'SPACE RITUAL'
Andrew has been everything from Tea-boy to Sound Engineer and has toured extensively with Older brother John. Andrew is a fine musician in his own right having played the Eb horn in the Silver Band.
Adam (son of John) plays keyboards and guitar but his love is both acting and directing. He has played some major roles in theatre, various commercials, rock videos and even the odd film part (including a small part in the last Harry Potter film). Several of his short films have met with significant reviews.
John owns his own 48 track broadcast-quality recording studio nearly all of which has been supplied by WorldwideMusic (of course).
Among many other luminaries, Worldwide Music have supplied equipment to: Abbey Road Studios, BBC Television, Caravan, Crystal Gayle, Granada Television, Heart Radio, The Ramsgate Music Hall, The English National Ballet, Sarasara, The Aldwych Theatre, Danny Wilson of Showaddywaddy & Wishbone Ash, The Deep Throat Choir, This Little Girl and the Dillicats, Razorlight, Foel Studios, The Groundhogs, Simon Climie (of Climie Fisher), Juicy Lucy, Keith Pearson, Mark Hewins of the Bob Geldof Band, The Tornados, Bad manners, Caravan, The National Maritime Museum, Virgin Radio, Space Ritual (Hawkwind), Two Wounded Birds, Lotus F1 Team, Moon, Salvador Charlie, Blank Manuskript, Aurora, individual musicians, producers, technicians and recording studios all over the world.