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Some successful bands from Bath. If you can add to the list please let us know Mail add to hall of fame in Bath

Temperance 7
The1960's saw the early heyday of the band with two Number One hits like your drivin me crazy and half a dozen other chart sucesseses.






The Korgis
Originaly Stackridge from Bristol, formed by Andy Davis and James Warren. They had a major hit with If I Had You in June 1979. If anyone has the URL to their site


Signed up by Virgin Records around 1976 at the time of the New Romantic era.  Manny Ellias went on to drum for Tears For Fears.

Naked EyesNaked Eyes

Naked Eyes photo around 1979 -1980 Formed by Pete Byrne and Rob Fisher 

Rob Fisher sadly died in 1999
Pete has found success in the USA




Tears for fearsTears For Fears
Tears For Fears photo 1982Roland Ozabel & Kirt Smith. Originally started off as Graduate, which split up to form Tears For Fears. Their first major hit was, Every Body Wants To Rule The World. The musicians to join them and share the lime light, were Andy Davis from the Korgis, Manny Ellias from Interview, Ian Stanley who had the studio and has now made a name for himself as a producer and Neil Taylor outstanding guitar player.

Charlie Jones

Bass player had Success with a band called Violent Blue, played for Robert Plant  and now plays bass for Robert Plant, and now Goldfrapp and other projects.


Formed 1991most musicians from Bath, Clive Deamer  on drums,  now into other projects.Follow Clive on Myspace

DNA 1990
Formed by Nick Bat keyboard player and Doug DJ at Moles club in Bath
They put a great tune behind Suzanne Vega’s accapella track, Tom’s Diner. Her record company went berzerk, threatened them with leagle action, they managed to come to an agrement and that was it. The remix was a huge hit,  as well as re launching Vega’s career, the successes of the remix made DNA into big time remix boys.
Nick now runs an on line gear review site Sonic State

Propeller  HeadsPropellerheads 1996
Alex Gifford  and drummer DJ White  achieve almost overnight success in the U.K. with their brand of party techno, which combines strains of hip-hop, acid house, jazz-funk, and a  spy-film soundtracks for James Bond - Tomorrow Never Dies and Spy Kids.

URL to their site 




Jamie CullumJamie Cullum 2003

Young talented Jazz singer great voice, great piano player. Released an album 20 something featuring old standards, the album shot him to fame almost over night. Visit Jamie






Clair Teal 2004

Helped along by Michae Parkinson, started with Jazz standards.  Visit Clair