Tony Pierce (Guitar/vocals)
Mike Black-Borow (Bass)
Pete England (Lead Guitar)
Derek Fitzpatrick (Guitar)
Chris England (Drums)
A Harmony group who played the lucrative pub and club circuit. A very popular band who would regulary pack out the William Cookworthy pub in St Austell. The notoriously tough biker crowd in St Austell took to the band and they never had any trouble while they were on stage.
The band had secure work for every Wednesday for three years and always wore stage gear on stage. They prided themselves on their respectable and professional manner.
Starting out as a three piece (Tony, Mike and Pete) they would play Every Brothers, CSN and other three part harmony covers. Pete was into C&W and they started to introduce Johnny Cash into the set list. The band had been introduced to the Eagles before they were a household name and started to perform their songs, which went down a storm.
In 1971 the band auditioned twice for Opportunity Knocks, however a band called New World, who would go onto considerable fame, scuppered their chances of appearing.
Anytime At All
Bad Moon Rising
(Opportunity Knocks demo tape. 1971)
Tony left the band to perform with a dance band and Derek and Chris were brought in, with Chris bringing drums to the band for the first time. They would continue to play harmony covers, but steered more into the country music direction. Eventuall the band fizzled out and they went their seperate way.