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Johnny Dole and the Scabs

Johnny Dole and the Scabs

Johnny Dole and the Scabs


Johnny Dole & The Scabs were one of the first punk rock bands in Australia; they played live and recorded in Sydney, during 1977–78. The band mutated out of The Strays, a typical cover band, and were looking for a new drummer to complete the line-up. After finding the right one the band consisted of: Terry Walsh (lead vocals), Peter Mullany (guitar), Mark Wongsee (guitar), Dave Berry (bass - vocals), and Greg Morris (drums - vocals). After a few rehearsals The Strays played their first gig on Thursday Read more on Last.fm
Johnny Dole & The Scabs were one of the first punk rock bands in Australia; they played live and recorded in Sydney, during 1977–78. The band mutated out of The Strays, a typical cover band, and were looking for a new drummer to complete the line-up. After finding the right one the band consisted of: Terry Walsh (lead vocals), Peter Mullany (guitar), Mark Wongsee (guitar), Dave Berry (bass - vocals), and Greg Morris (drums - vocals). After a few rehearsals The Strays played their first gig on Thursday, 24 February 1977 at the Stagecoach Tavern in Sydney. After more rehearsals the band realised that the style of music was different to what they expected it to be, faster and dirtier. With punk rock bursting onto the scene this is exactly what The Strays had become, a punk rock band.

This didn't sit well with guitarist Mark Wongsee and he decided to leave the band. The four remaining members chose a new name and Johnny Dole & The Scabs was born. more here. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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