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The Blue Cats


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This bio is written by Monty Oz (Clive Osborne).I hope this answers all the questions that I get asked.It all started in the 1970’s. I used to spend some of my school holiday time in Stevenage with my auntie. One night in 1976 we went to a fair in Stevenage where I met Dave Phillips, we became good friends. I left school in 1977 and started my first job.Dave told me he wanted to start a band so I decided to play saxophone. We joined up with two older guys and did one gig as I remember it was not so good. I had met two brothers in Sutton were I lived,Carlo and Stef Edwards who would later become with me and Dave the Blue Cats. I found out that Carlo played guitar and through me Carlo met Dave.A new band was formed with me, Dave, Carlo and Doug on drums.Doug was not that good so Carlo told us that his brother Stef played drums. He was perfect so Doug went onto rythm guitar.After a short time Doug was dropped.I remember doing a gig in East London in Hainault,it was a teddyboy Rock ‘n’ Roll club, it went down badly because we wanted to sound as original as possible and all they wanted was that typical 70’s loud Rock’n’ Roll sound,you know what I mean if you were around at that time.We went on from gig to gig improving along the way and getting a following of fans.


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  • werner_x

    Much better "Tunnel" -version had done by Lunatics.. Great song, but lacking some balls in this original one!

    9 Nov 2012 Reply
  • samandjohn

    We look forward to the first livegig in Sweden, at Live & Rockin´, Vårgårda, 9th june 2012!

    24 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Old_Punka

    Saw these guys about '81 with Clint Bradley on vocals...fantastic!

    2 Aug 2010 Reply
  • MiHellSan

    Как в песне у Brian Setzer "It's a Really Rockabilly!" :)

    20 Jan 2010 Reply
  • ellidrix

    adoro ! u-u

    11 Sep 2009 Reply

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