Guest Musicians

David Gulpil

yidaki (didgeridoo)

From Ramingining in the Northern Territory (Australia), David Gulpilil was a legendary Yolngu actor, dancer, singer, artist, and storyteller. Tape recordings of David playing his yidaki were made in the mid-1970s by Jon Leslie, who donated unrestricted usage of his recordings to Invisible No More. We are most grateful to the Gulpilil family for giving its full support for the use of the recording of David’s yidaki in We Are, and for providing a photo  of him (taken by Magda Lena) at about the age he was when the recording was made.  

 We hope to further David’s message that, "We are all one red blood. No matter where we are from, we are all one red blood, the same".

Mark Prentice

Bass & keyboard

Nashville-based Grammy  Winning Record Producer Mark Prentice is also a studio musician, music director, and hit songwriter who generously offered his world-class skills to Invisible No More.

Mark experienced the impact of dementia with two  close family members, saying, "this is all very close to me and   I applaud your efforts to bring awareness, positivity, peace and even a bit of    appropriate humor to this very difficult subject."

Mark’s exceptional musical ability, family experience of dementia, collaborative spirit & commitment to excellence made a huge difference to the quality of Invisible No More and our new song,Work of Art.

Roger Beaujolais


Based in the UK, Roger Beaujolais co-founded The Chevalier Brothers in the 1980's, toured with Fairground Attraction in 1989 & was an Acid Jazz artist in the 1990's with his bands The Beaujolais Band & Vibraphonic.

He has played on sessions for artists such as Robert Plant, Roni Size, Duffy, Rumer, Alexander O'Neal, Ed Motta, Paul Weller, Tony Allen, Omara Portuondo, Morrissey, Fairground Attraction & many more.

His new album, Bags of Vibes, is being released May 13th 2024 and you can find more info about him here.

Roger’s brilliant vibraphone in “Work of Art” brings its heart and soul to life.

Richard Hughes

Vocal Effects

Richard Hughes (originally from Ontario, Canada - now based in NSW, Australia) has, for many years, experienced dementia with unrelenting optimism, playfulness and mischievousness. 

Richard's changing relationship with Kay as his dementia progressed inspired her to express their journey through music.

His presence is felt in every song in "Invisible No More", especially through his unique  and memorable vocal percussion in Yes Dear.

Matt Bubel


Matthew Bubel toured as a drummer, played at sold out arenas and appeared on USA TV shows with the Kip Moore band. He now writes and produces full-time, with songs recorded by artists such as Tenille Arts, Kip Moore, Yung Bleu, Rich The Kid, Eric Bellinger, ARMNHMR and AJ Mitchell. 

Matt's  skill & versatility  express depth, strength and life through the heart of Blindfold, Calling, Dementia Blues, Invisible, We Are and Work of Art.

Serg Accordio

Accordion & harmonica

Serg Accordio (Sergi Trotsenko) is a professional accordionist from Kyiv, Ukraine;  a graduate of the Kyiv Academy  of Music, co-founder & conductor of Bryats-band, winner of many prestigious competitions and festivals in Italy, Slovakia & Finland, and has a digital album, "Synergy

Sergi’s exceptional skills & creativity highlight and soften the depths of the journey in  Feel Neverafter.

Daniel Helfman

Lead Guitar, Slide guitar

Daniel Helfman, a highly rated professional touring and session guitarist from Tel Aviv-Yafo, (Israel), was inspired by the storylines of Dementia Blues & Blindfold, which he enlivens brilliantly with his superb lead & slide guitars.

Pablo Aristein


From Argentina, Pablo Aristein studied at Conservatorio Manuel de Falla school of music & Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Santa Fe. He has performed & recorded  with artists such as Paquito D´Rivera, Nailor Proveta Azevedo, Steve Cardenas, Conrad Herwig, Charles Tolliver, Los Palmeras, Canticuenticos & Rafael Amor.

Pablo’s creative sensitivity, skill and devotion to saxophone brought beautifully subtle layers  to  Work of Art.

Rob Woodward


Dr Robert Woodward (based in NSW, Australia) is a dynamic performer with vast experience in saxophone, flute and clarinet.  He was lead saxophonist in the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain, studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, and has a CD of new Australian saxophone music

No matter what he’s doing, Rob makes it fun. His love of improvisation flows through his generous, uplifting contribution to Blindfold.

Paul Watling

Rhythm Guitar & Vocals

Paul Watling (based in NSW, Australia) is a highly gifted songwriter, guitarist and vocalist with Dusken Lights (formerly with Rabbit’s Wedding).

Paul generously contributed to Invisible No More, playfully infusing & uplifting The Man She Married.