A semi-pro top 40 covers quartet who were active for 10 years playing South Dublin suburban clubs (i.e. rugby clubs, tennis clubs, etc) to large crowds and never less than 100 gigs a year. They won an RTE radio talent contest in 1968 (sponsored by Imco/Prescott Dry Cleaners) which landed them a recording contract for one single on Target/Pye Records. They recorded two covers "Just A Little Bit Longer" (The Foundations) and "Fountain Of Love" (Elvis Presley) at Eamonn Andrews Studios in Dublin. The recordings were engineered and produced by Bill Somerville-Large. It was released on Target in 1968 but didn't chart. Lead singer AIdan Coleman was replaced in 1973 by his brother.
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