Colin Good studied music at Queen's College Oxford and then since then has forged a career in the London swing and vintage jazz scene.
Influenced by Earl Hines and Teddy Wilson, Colin once toured with The Inkspots, and has composed regularly for theatre, television and film.
Colin was the pianist, arranger and musical director on Bryan Ferry's As Time Goes By album and the tour to promote that album. He was enlisted as pianist and musical director on the Roxy Music reunion tour 2001. Colin has gone on to work closely with Bryan Ferry in arranging and production for some of the 'Frantic' album and is also the pianist & musical director on the 'Frantic' 2002 tour.
Colin Good is credited on the following Roxy Music and Solo Albums
- As Time Goes By
- Slave To Love (Ballads)
- Slave To Love (Ballads) Japan
- The Best Of Roxy Music
- Roxy Music Live
- The Jazz Age
- Avonmore Deluxe Edition