As a drummer he has toured with Vanessa Mae, Omar and Jamie Woon. He has also accompanied Shakira on percussion and made numerous television appearances with artists including Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Robin Gibb, The Killers, Craig David, Backstreet Boys and many others.
He sang backing vocals on Emeli Sandé’s bestselling album ‘Our Version of Events’.
In the field of dance music he co-wrote and produced the classic tune ‘Hey Girl’, in the funky house genre, which has been anthologised on over 10 compilation albums.
He had a viral social-media hit with the tongue in cheek football–related tune ‘Sign Da Ting’, (more than 200,000 hits on YouTube within 1 week of release), which he wrote, performed and produced.
He has also appeared in the West End Musicals, ‘Jailhouse Rock’ (Principal drummer/percussionist, vocalist and original cast member) ‘Dancing in the Streets’(Principal drummer) and ‘Soul Sister’ (Drummer/Actor).
He made a cameo appearance as a band leader (drums and vocals) in the U.S. & U.K Number 1 Box Office Hit film ‘How To Lose Friends & Alienate People’ (featuring Simon Pegg, Gillian Anderson, Jeff Bridges & Megan Fox).
Roxy recently composed some original music for the United Nations to launch the “Global Goals” initiative which aims to take steps to end world poverty by 2030.