Gareth Icke, born the 12th of December 1981, is an English musician, author, radio presenter and former international beach soccer player. He is a son of David Icke.
Gareth lives on the Isle of Wight. He used to play Beach Soccer internationally, from 2004 to 2010 until a double broken leg stopped him from playing altogether.
Gareth released his first album, titled 'It Gets Worse At Night', with the record label 'Icon' in 2009. It received a positive reception. The debut single was "Feels Like A Race".
His second album was titled 'A Brand New Battle', released in 2012 with a different record label; Eromeda Entertainment. The first single released from this album was 'Remember Who You Are'. The album has also been met with a positive reception.
Gareth played the Isle of Wight festival 'Bestival' in 2012 and 2013. He also played a sell-out show at Wembley Arena.
Gareth is also author of a book titled 'How NOT to be a rock star', which details Gareth's life for the few years he was with his old punk band, Kody. The book was released in 2012.
Gareth also presents a new are and music show on The Peoples Voice, which is an alternative form of media that aims to give a more balanced view of the news.