Their debut single "Rockin' Down Woodstock Way" was issued to commemorate the 1978 Irish Scouts National Jamboree held at Woodstock in Ireland. Don't laugh, Horslips played the same jamboree a year later!! Who booked the entertainment for these Scout events anyway? Mayhem and destruction followed. This single spent a week week in the Irish charts in August 1978, peaking at #18. Their second single from 1980 was released on Top Spin Records, a crappy country & western label.
There was a different, northern band called Stonefree active in the mid 80s who played mostly rock covers (Hendrix, Santana, Dylan, etc) with Drew Hamill from Portrush (vocals/guitar, ex Axis), Jimmy Millar (vocals/guitar), John Henry (bass) and Dave McBride (drums). The latter was later in Uncertain Trumpet.
Produced by Jackie Hayden of CBS. Issued in conjunction with the Scout Association of ireland to commemorate the 1978 National Jamboree held at Woodstock in Ireland.
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