Beatles-ish Dublin-based guitar pop band formed in early 1985 who thrived on melody and vocal harmonies. "A unit of effervescent quality and refreshing potential". By 1986 everyone was convinced they were going to be the next big thing. So where did it go wrong? The singer/bassist was a guy from Wolverhampton called Nigel Williams who later fronted The Beatless. His girlfriend Maureen Kelly from Scotland was on guitar. Played Irish Rock Week at the Mean Fiddler London in 1986. Maureen Kelly guested on the Wilf Bros sole single in 1988. Managed by Robbie Jones.
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