|Instruments||Electric guitar, bass guitar, vocals|
|Associated acts||The Bootleg Beatles|
The Bootleg Beatles
Following the final show of the West End musical Beatlemania, Barreau formed The Bootleg Beatles with fellow cast members Neil Harrison and David Catlin-Birch. The band invested their dwindling finances in two guitars – an Epiphone and a Gretsch – as well as two Vox amplifiers, four black polo-necks and a wig.
- Beatlemania (1979–1980) – George Harrison
- The Bootleg Beatles (1980–2014) – George Harrison, Audio Visual Research and Artistic Director
- Le Beat Group Electrique, album by Wreckless Eric (1989) – Bass guitar
- "Angels," song by Robbie Williams (1997) – Lead guitar
- "Call Me a Fool" on the original soundtrack for Sliding Doors (1998)
- As I Was Saying, album by John Howard (2005) – Guitars
- Same Bed, Different Dreams, album by John Howard (2006) – Guitars
- Dangerous Parking (2007) – Composer
- The Bootleg Beatles Souvenir Programme 2004–2005
- A close friend of film director Peter Howitt for over thirty years, Barreau's band, Those Magnificent Men, were featured in Howitt's 1998 film Sliding Doors. In 2007, Barreau composed the original music for Howitt's film Dangerous Parking.