|Simon Parker - Vocals||Grev Williams - Guitar|
|Tim 'Vulch' Chapple - Bass||Kim Sharp - Drums*|
* Replaced by Terry Tempest
Obscure UK Punk band who claim to be the first punk band to form in Cornwal. They were active between 1977 - 1978.
this time they ventured into
Sentinel Studios', Newlyn, Cornwall
four tracks which were scheduled to
be released as the bands debut EP.
Sadly this never happened, the
tracks recorded were 'I
Bin There', 'Inside Looking Out',
'Such A Pity' and 'Red Lambretta'.
band played around West Cornwall, in
particular Gulval Mead, Penzance
Winter Gardens, as well as
Other punk or punk-influenced bands doing the rounds at the same time or just after included 'An Alarm', 'Bride's Mother Iced Cake', 'Furry Vermin' & 'Septic And The Sceptics'.
Tim Chapple also remembers the band....
A gifted guitarist, Grev Williams went on to form "Johnny and the Moonlighters", a very successful rock & roll trio fronted by Johnno Peake, and then joined up with Tim Chapple again as part of "The Any Excuse Soul Stars". He currently plays an active part in the Cornish folk music scene.
Tim Chapple went on to form "The Rage" with ex Brainiac 5 singer Bert Biscoe, and then joined "Zambula" a very successful Afro Rock Band, featuring the much missed Tito on vocals. Later bands included "Brides Mother", "Mississippi Burning", "Any Excuse Soul Stars" and the instrumental "SGT Project" (with Ged Kingsford on drums, and Shane Bailey on guitar).
Tim currently plays bass with the Blues Power Trio "Devils Creek" (With Guy Rosewall on guitar and vocals, and Alan Ibbotson on Drums), who have released several albums to date, and gig regularly across the County -- more info at http://www.myspace.com/devilscreek