Wheels of Fate played around Grampound, Probus, Hewas Water and St Stephens. They were also interviewed by Angela Rippon who was a reporter for the Western Morning News at the time.
They started out playing hits of the day, but focussed on Rolling Stones/R&B numbers.
When the band folded in 1966 some members went on to form Claverhouse Jebb, who also played all the local spots as well as Portscatho Memorial Hall, attended by Roger Taylor, and in Plymouth. The band played covers by bands such as The Who.