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Lime Shark


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Lime Shark are a rock outfit with a progressive edge, and consist of ex Canis Major guitarist and founder member Tony Bodimead on vocals and guitar, Paul Watson on bass, Chris Lampton on drums and Martin Howells on keyboards.

The band has been in existence for eight years and has supported the likes of Wishbone Ash, Waysted (Pete Way ex-UFO), Tokyo Dragons and Blaze Bayley (ex Iron Maiden) to name but a few. The band have performed at various open air festivals as well as theatre and club gigs all around the UK.

Lime Shark are also establishing fans in Brazil, Germany, Italy and the USA, where their music and videos are creating a lot of interest. Their debut album ‘The Money Clock’ got a 7 out of 10 review by Geoff Barton in Classic Rock magazine… In February 2010 the band were featured in the Classic’ PROG’ Rock magazine, with the track ‘Not Quite Nashville ’ taken from ‘The Money Clock’ album featured on the included compilation CD.


Original member and founder of Lime Shark he has had vast experience from an early age, touring and playing in prog/rock to commercial pop acts in the UK and around Europe. He has also been signed to major labels where he gained recording and touring experience opening as support to bands like Heart, Vow Wow, Iron Maiden, Wishbone Ash, Brian May, Hawkwind, The Edgar Broughton Band, Ruby Turner, Iggy Pop, Hanoi Rocks, The Blow Monkeys, Randy California, Slade, Classix Nouveaux, Robin Hitchcock and Steeleye Span. He is the main singer/songwriter for the band and shows a strong creative and emotional side that comes through in his lyrics.

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