Shortlived supergroup put together by manager Brian Tuite in early 1969 with Ernie Durkin and Tommy Kinsella from Orange Machine and Greg Donaghy from Granny's Intentions. Tuite had also tried to enlist the Intentions singer Johnny Duhan but he turned the offer down.
Ernie Durkin and Tommy Kinsella left to play bluegrass in The Cotton Mill Boys; Ernie did not last long with the Cottons and soon joined The Gentry. Tommy continued with the Cottons for several years before forming a new band Buckshot circa 1973/74, which Ernie later joined. Greg Donaghy left Blue to join the The Gentry and then The Times. Paul Duffy also joined The Gentry. Eric Murray was later in Chocolate Vehicle.
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