Pete Gill - Bass guitar
Pete started out in a band called the Searchers along with Shaun and Dave but was forced to change their name when another band of the same name released a hit record, changing the name to the Rebounds. The Rebounds had 2 single releases, 'Help Me' & 'The world Is Mine' on the Fontana label. The band had several TV performances 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' 'Colour Me Pop' and 'Saturday Club''
Shaun Corrigan - Guitar
Shaun, a former Searchers and Rebounds member along with Dave and Pete, was also the guitarist for the Essex band the Symbols, two hits in the uk singles charts, 'Bye Bye Baby' & 'The best Part Of Breaking Up' Symbols bassist Mick Clarke left the group to join the Tremelos where he introduced an old Symbols repertoire number called 'Silence Is Golden' Clarke then later returned to the symbols. He toured the USA six times playing with the likes of the WHO and Vanilla Fudge.
Shaun whilst in the Symbols supported the WHO at their infamous performance at the Boston Glyderdrome, also happened to be in the next studio when the WHO cut their first single 'I Can't Explain'
Dave Watts- Keyboards
Dave started his career studying at the London College of Music and Goldsmith University of London. Dave has played with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, David Bowie, Geno Wasghington's Ram Jam band, Arddvark, The Searchers, the Rebounds, the Midnight's, the Symbols, Goldie and the Gingerbreads, Screaming Lord Sutche's Savages, Cliff Richard, the Tornados, Heinz and the Wildboys, the Lions of Judia, Marty Wilde, Adam Faith, Billy Fury and various other stars. Was also a member of 'Affinity' a regular at Ronnie Scotts club.
Dave was also featured in the film 'you Must Be Joking' starring Terry Thomas, Auther Lowe & Clive Dunn as a pop star, the film was produced by Michael Winner, he also played a German soldier in 'Bakers Half Dozen' a comedy series filmed in the late sixties & starred as Ricky Ticky Taylor in the 'Cherokees'
Dave was associated closely with Joe Meek the inovative record producer who produced 'TELSTAR' by the Tornados in the early sixties, the first british band to have a number 1 in the US and Telstar was a hit in 57 countries.
Tristan Long - Drums
Tristan started playing drums in 1985 after hearing Johnny Kidd & the Pirates "Shakin All Over".
1992 he joined east anglian rock band Sweet N Innocent playing to support to many top rock bands such as Iron Maiden, Helloween, Skin.
various Norfolk based bands taking Tristan all over the UK playing with artists such as Midge Ure, Deacon Blue, Jimmy James and the Vagabonds, Gareth Gates, Buzzcocks, Foundations, Fortunes too name a few.
Jamie Thurston - Acoustic guitar & vocals
Jamie trained as an actor and considers himself fortunate enough to have played in many of the beautiful theatres in towns and cities throughout the country as well as TV, Film and Radio performances.
As well as "Straight" theatre, Jamie has been in many musical productions most recently playing the part of Charlie Hodge in Bill Kenwright's production of "This Is Elvis" that toured the UK and Ireland.
A passionate devotee of sixties music, Jamie has a vast collection of music from everybody's favourite decade and as such is delighted to be a part of a truly legendary band.
Jamie was also apart of the Sixties British Invasion tribute band The Yesterdays with his "Old Mucker" Tristan.