The Sinceros (Mark Kjeldsen, Ron Francois, Don Snow & Bobby Irwin) were a new wave/power pop band from London, England who recorded two albums for Epic Records, The Sound of Sunbathing (1979) and Pet Rock (1981). They were also Carlene Carter's band and recorded with Lene Lovich.
Bees Make Honey were an influential band in the early pub rock movement in the UK. The band were formed in 1971 in north London by Barry Richardson, who had a residency in a jazz band at the "Tally Ho" public house, when Eggs over Easy started playing pub rock there.
A band that managed to bridge the gap between Bowie, Eno and the new wave that would follow, Cowboys International was basically an all star group collected by vocalist and songwriter Ken Lockie that put out one tremendous album in 1979 and a handful of 45s (Thrash, Aftermath, Nothing Doing, Today Today) before retreating into obscurity.
Nick's first exposure was as a member of cult indie band Clive Pig and the Hopeful Chinamen. The single 'Happy Birthday Sweet 16' was released by local lable Waldos Records in 1979. Subsequently he joined The Tea Set, with whom he recorded 2 singles and an album ('After Dinner Music'), before releasing a highly acclaimed solo album 'The Great Indoors' in 1986.
formed in the late 70's, an arty post-punk band Camera Club (also known as Bruce Woolley & The Camera Club) with Bruce Woolley, Matthew Seligman, and Thomas Dolby. great catchy songs. including "Video Killed the Radio Star".