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Harmony Grass

Harmony Grass

Harmony Grass


Harmony Grass came into existence in September or October ’68, mainly because the name we’d had for many years, Tony Rivers and the Castaways, had earned us a great reputation, as a ‘live’ band, but apart from a few visits to the low end of the ‘Top 40’, hadn’t helped us to get the ‘big one’. We started to think that maybe the name was holding us back. The first record we released under the new name ‘Harmony Grass’, was a hit! Sadly Read more on Last.fm
Harmony Grass came into existence in September or October ’68, mainly because the name we’d had for many years, Tony Rivers and the Castaways, had earned us a great reputation, as a ‘live’ band, but apart from a few visits to the low end of the ‘Top 40’, hadn’t helped us to get the ‘big one’. We started to think that maybe the name was holding us back. The first record we released under the new name ‘Harmony Grass’, was a hit! Sadly, this spelled the end for ‘old’ name, but this record received the one thing the ‘Castaways’ records had never had, and that was serious airplay!! Every station (and there weren’t many in those days) was playing the record and suddenly we’d made the charts, and were on ‘Top Of The Pops’ and all the other TV shows, and even recorded our own show, in the ‘Colour Me Pop’ TV series. The record was ‘Move In A Little Closer Baby’. In reality, we were still the Castaways, except that when we made the record, there was a different face (Tony Ferguson) on lead guitar, instead of Tony Harding. He wasn’t around for long though. Read more on Last.fm.

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