(Trumpet, flugel horn, vocals)
Early days in East London led to Teddy featuring in the Creole Orchestra, forerunner of the Pasadena Roof Orchestra.
In 1968, as a member of Barry
Martyn's Band, Teddy appeared on the first New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
(Louis Armstrong was also on the bill).
An Italian connection started in 1969 when Teddy joined the Bovisa Band
in Milan. Recordings were made with New Orleans musicians, Alton Purnell and Emanuel Sayles.
Back in the U.K. in the early 70's, Teddy joined Chris Burke's Band
which was based in Nottingham and toured the U.S.A. four times. Staying in Nottingham,
Teddy formed his own Quintet which has become immensely popular and offers a very wide range
of jazz and related music.
In the early 80's, Chris Barber formed a parade band which was to tour
Europe with the incomparable New Orleans musician, Dr John. Teddy was pleased to accept
Chris Barber's offer to play in the band, and this led to another appearance on the New
Orleans Festival at the home of jazz.
When not engaged with the Teddy Fullick Quintet, Teddy works alongside
Frank Brooker in the Dave Donohoe Band. Dave's band is highly regarded in the field of New
Orleans music and is often featured on Swiss jazz festivals as well as being popular