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Maggs and Trish



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Formed in 1988 at a karaoke performance the Maggs and Trish Group have became one of the biggest acts in 1990’s. In 1993 the duo joined up with friend Lynda and released a VHS, Album and hit Single Rose Garden which only just missed the charts in the UK.

In 1995 Lynda quit the group and began to work for charities. The duo eventually lost contact with Lynda over the years. In 1998 the duo were slowing down and released a final album Downtown. This was their last album for over 10 years.

In 2008 the group picked themselves back up and began to tour the UK once again and started to include new material in their concerts.

In 2011 the duo went on another tour for the summer and began recording their first album ‘Live At The Oaktree’ which was released in July 2012.

The year 2012 was their best year yet with two hit singles Dance With Me and Masquerade. Dance With Me charted in the independent charts.

In September 2012 the duo decided that they would play some gigs at Halloween and released thier comedy hit ‘Put Some Washing In’ which has become a huge hit on youtube. The Very Best Of Maggs and Trish was released in November 2012. In December the duo recruited friend Rachel to perform with the duo to help with backing vocals for the 25th Anniversary tour the next year.

In 2013 the started their 25 years tour around the UK in January but due to sickness the first few shows were cancelled. In February the 50p Rap was released as a single however Trish then refused to perform on stage with Margaret leaving her to perform alone. Angry at Trish Margaret then criticised her and accused her of being a bad parent which engulfed Trish in rage and they both refused to perform together resulting in the group splitting on 5th March 2013.


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