Dublin acoustic trio of sax, banjo and guitar, actively gigging in 1973. They played the music for "Johnny Orfee", the first Irish language contemporary rock musical, written by Phil Coulter and staged at the Peacock Theatre in Dublin in 1973. They appeared on a Gael Linn single the same year, backing singers Tomás MacEoin, Tomás MacCon Iomaire and Máirtín MacDonnchadha. By 1975 they were a five piece with Dalan Di Bri on bass and Bryan McCann on drums and self-released a vinyl 7" single which strays into Americana.
Dermot Stokes had been in Bluehouse and both Stokes were later in Hot Press & The Silent Knights.
Notes: Singers Tomás MacEoin, Tomás MacCon Iomaire and Máirtín MacDonnchadha backed by Eyeless who at this time consisted of Niall Stokes, Dermot Stokes and Neil Jordan. Arrangement by Niall Stokes. An Damhan Alla (The Spider) and An Cailin Alainn (The Beautiful Girl).
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