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Shabby Tiger

Shabby Tiger

Shabby Tiger


Shabby Tiger are: Henderson Gibson – Lead Vocals Toni Baker – Keyboards/Vocals Dave Almond – Lead Guitar/Vocals Mike Ryan – Bass/Vocals The band started in 1970 playing the Northern club circuit & quickly went on to play some major venues in London, where they were spotted by Ben Findon who signed them to RCA records. In the same “stable”, were The Dooleys, Billy Ocean & later, the Nolans. Their first single, “Slow Down” reached the top of the charts in Scandinavia Read more on Last.fm
Shabby Tiger are: Henderson Gibson – Lead Vocals Toni Baker – Keyboards/Vocals Dave Almond – Lead Guitar/Vocals Mike Ryan – Bass/Vocals The band started in 1970 playing the Northern club circuit & quickly went on to play some major venues in London, where they were spotted by Ben Findon who signed them to RCA records. In the same “stable”, were The Dooleys, Billy Ocean & later, the Nolans. Their first single, “Slow Down” reached the top of the charts in Scandinavia, Holland, Belgium & Germany but failed to chart in the UK probably due to lack of plays on Radio One at the time, who seemed to have the monopoly on whether a record would be listed or not. There were numerous TV appearances on programmes like “Lift Off” and other pop shows of the time, whereas in Europe, the band did “Top Pop” the Dutch chart show nearly every week for about 2 months appearing with artistes as varied as “ELO” “Pete Wingfield” “Sweet” “The Chanter Sisters” “Hello” & “Thin Lizzie”. The band’s subsequent singles reached high positions once again in Europe, but still failed to reach any position in the UK charts again. After numerous successful tours of Scandinavia playing alongside “Sweet” “Darts” “Thin Lizzie” etc the band finally gave up trying to get that elusive hit in the UK & finally disbanded in 1976 leaving 5 singles and one album to their credit. 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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