(c.’83-’85) – Alex ‘The Gipsy’ Tedesco (bass), Wynne ‘The Tramp’ Parry, and Martyn Eyre (drums).

A post gig Southbound

This Pyrford based Southern boogie 3-piece covered the likes of ZZ Top’s “Gimme All Your Lovin'” as well as performing their own material, such as “Last Train to Georgia” – Although the Soundscene reviewer at the time may not have been aware on Red, Whites & Blues 1971 single “Last Train to Georgia”. We know the band appeared at The Royal, Guildford on 27 April ’84 and on 23 November ’84 supporting Jackie Lynton courtesy of promoter Tom Sawyer. A few months later they were picking up the ‘100 per cent Egyptian Cotton Award’ in the 1985′ Soundscene New Year awards for the best band T-shirt.

Back in ’79 Tedesco had been in West Byfleet Hawkwind wannabees Planetarium, more recently he has been seen in The New Hawleans Jug Band. In ’85 Eyre got together with a few others and formed 45 South, playing local pubs and clubs.