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The Records

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The Records were an English band, best known for their work in the late 19. By fans of the genre, they are considered one of the most seminal British acts of all time. As the All Music Guide notes, they are often referred to as “The British Big Star”. They are best remembered for the hit single and cult favourite “Starry Eyes”. Throughout the and , the only constant members of The Records were John Wicks, Will Birch and Phil Brown. Today, former members of The Records record and perform as solo artists. Lead singer John Wicks tours in his group ‘John Wicks And The Records’, while guitarist Jude Cole continues to record and perform as a solo artist.

Although the original version of U.K. rock group The Records disbanded in the 1980s, their music continues to be a major attraction in the world of rock and roll. Their hit single Starry Eyes is still played on classic rock and college rock radio stations throughout the continents.

John Wicks currently works as a producer/songwriter and has formed a new all-star lineup known as John Wicks And The Records. Wicks performs classic songs from his days with The Records, which he co-founded with drummer/songwriter Will Birch in the 1970s. At a John Wicks And The Records concert, expect to hear classic songs from his years in The Records in addition to all-new material.

John Wicks And The Records continue to play sold out shows around the world, having performed with the likes of Guided By Voices, Dramarama and the Electric Prunes among others.

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