Vicky O'Neon is an award-winning percussionist and drummer graduated from the award winning UK music college BIMM. She has taken her drumming skills across the globe and tours extensively with different artists and DJ's internationally and in the UK.
Performance credits includes: HANS ZIMMER (PHARRELL WILLIAMS, JOHNNY MARR), GLASTONBURY (ARCADIA, ENGINE ROOM/ GREEN PEACE), ELLE STYLE AWARDS, MILTON KEYNES STADIUM, ALL STARZ SUMMERPARTY (MADEJSKI STADIUM),HIGH ON HEELS, THE HAMMERSMITH APOLLO, 02 SHEPHERD'S BUSH EMPIRE, ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL AND INMUSIC FESTIVAL (CHINA'S LARGEST MUSIC FESTIVAL).
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Vicky O'Neon is fronting the brand new UK based project Vicky O'Neon and The Electric Skywalkers. They fuse many artistic elements together in a unique, high energy live show and it's truly an international experiment with each member from a different corner of the world from Venezuela to Italy, Sweden and Scotland.
Together they are the edgy version of the Spice Girls that we've all been waiting for with the madness and creativity of P-Funk. They are using their instruments as weapons with fearless precision and mind-blowing artistry. With high intensity they bring the party to the people in shocking neon colours, with their catchy tunes and interactive performance. More than a couple surprise elements are to be expected in their live shows. Put your freak on and come join the party!!!
In 2015 Vicky received a grant for musical activities to develop her artistry from The Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland, which today has greatly contributed to her performance art and audio visual multimedia skills.
Since their astonishing debut on BBC Radio 2 at Glastonbury 2017 the Electric Vegetable Orchestra (originally called Vicky O’Neon and the Carrot Get Enough Orchestra) have fertilised the UK music scene with their humour and innovative approach to music making. They use everything from carrots, cucumbers, butternut squash, watermelons, peppers, leek and pineapples to create catchy tunes and sing alongs with the audience. Using loops and effects to create a soundscape that takes you on an experimental journey, their performance is something completely unique you don’t want to miss.
After having been featured on Radio 2, BBC news, BBC Georgey tonight as well as in NME they’ve been invited to perform at many key festivals and events in the UK including a MainStage performance at
Chris Evan’s BBC Festival Car fest.
Have YOU ever built an instrument from a vegetable? This is your chance to learn how to turn carrots, cucumbers, peppers (and the list goes on) into beautiful sounding instruments with very simple tools. Vicky O’Neon and get team offers custom made workshops for your event and also offers the opportunity to record a song with the new instruments.
The workshops have been enquired by major Festivals, Birthday parties, Elementary Schools, Music Degree Programmes, Children’s Magazines and so on…
We can customise a workshop for everything from 5-200 people depending on what you are looking for. Don’t hesitate to get i touch, looking forward to hearing from you!
Vicky has been working in the music education sector for over ten years. She is the co-founder of:
RACUMA (Rhythm and Cluture United Music Association)
GIRLS ROCK LONDON (non-profit charity)
She has also initiated cultural exchange programmes in Trinidad, Jamaica and Sierra Leone. Her latest project is a music collaboration with young people from Mexico, US and Finland recording trilingual children's song with a music video aimed at Swedish speaking children.
Vicky is teaching private drum lessons and has an roster of up an coming female drummers as her students spanning from 5-65 years old. She also works as a moderator running panels with music experts and artists.