Member of The Potato Five, 1986.
Member of Starchild, 1978.
LIGHT A BIG FIRE.
Pete Dench - guitar; Pat Diskin - bass; Thomas McLaughlin - vocals; Eamonn Ryan -
drums; Neville Seventeen - keyboards, vocals.
Member of The Last Ritual, 1969.
Born 17th November 1938 in Orillia, Ontario, Canada.
Guitar, piano, vocals.
Member of Kenny And The Kasuals, 1965-67.
Born Otis Hicks on 13th March 1913 near St. Louis. Died of cancer on 27th July 1974
Learnt to play guitar in his mid thirties. Started working the clubs of Baton
Rouge in 1946. Made his first recordings in 1954 for Feature and Ace. By the sixties
had moved to Louisiana, where he grew up, and started working with Slim Harpo. Had
several years without recording until he was signed by Excello in 1972. The sessions
were produced by Mike Vernon in London with British musicians.
Eddie Auffrey - guitar; Jon Brooder - bass, vocals; Teb Colville-Scott - drums;
Dave Earl - guitar; Sten - keyboards, vocals.
Member of The Avengers, 1965-66.
LILAC TIME, THE.
Neil Duffy - accordion, banjo, guitar; Stephen Duffy - guitar, harmonica, percussion,
vocals; Michael Weston - keyboards.
Member of Blue Swede.
Member of Anthrax, 1981-83; Nuclear Assault, 1983-.
Lilker was the man who came up with the name Anthrax, even although he left before
the band hit big.
Member of the JTS Band, 1977.
Double bass, vocals.
Member of Terry And Gerry, 1984.
Member of Crisis, 1986.
Stevie Blaze - guitar; Danny King - drums; Jon Ster - guitar; Rob Stratton -
bass; Ron Taylor - vocals.
Member of Orphan.
Session for Jonathan Edwards, 1971-74.
Member of The Heats, 1980.
Drums, backing vocals.
Member of The Members, 1979-81; Pauline Black's band, 1982; Bruce Foxton's band, 1983.
Producer for Ultravox, 1977; Penetration, 1979; XTC, 1980.
Member of Fate, 1986.
Member of Pierce Turner's band, 1987.
Pat Coleman - drums; Glenn Scrimshaw - guitar; Mike Scrimshaw - bass, vocals.
Member of Rancid; Emergency, 1988.
David Barnes - drums; David Bennett - guitar; John Cascella - keyboards, vocal;
Mark Crawley - bass, vocal; Carl Stove, vocals.
Member of The Rockin' Ramrods, 1963-66.
Member of Black Alice, 1983.
Member of The Brothers Kane, 1966.
Member of Euphoria, 1968-69.
Held up as a "New Bob Dylan" in 1967 when he released the classic "Elusive
Member of White Horse, 1977.
Session for John Sebastian, 1976.
Member of the Sonics.
Member of Dee Jay And The Runaways, 1965-67.