Showaddywaddy

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Showaddywaddy
Origin Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK
Genres Rock and roll
Years active 1973–present
Labels Bell, Arista, RCA
Members
Romeo Challenger
Rod Deas
Paul Dixon
Rob Hewins
Dean Loach
Andy Pelos
Past members
Dave Bartram
Trevor Oakes
Al James
Buddy Gask
Russ Field
Malcolm Allured
Ray Martinez
Danny Willson
David Graham

Showaddywaddy are a British pop group famous for their hit "Under the Moon of Love". They mostly played songs by other groups from the 1950s and 60s.

Band members[change | change source]

  • Original members listed in bold
Current members
  • Romeo Challenger (born 19 May 1950, St John's, Antigua, West Indies) — drums (1973–present)
  • Rod Deas (born 13 February 1948, Scarborough) — bass (1973–present)
  • Paul Dixon — guitars (2008–present)
  • Rob Hewins — drums (2012–present)
  • Dean Loach — keyboards (2012–present)
  • Andy Pelos — vocals (2012–present)
Former members
  • Dave Bartram (born 23 March 1952, Leicester) — vocals (1973-2011)
  • Trevor Oakes (born Trevor Leslie Oakes, 9 September 1946, Leicester) — guitars (1973-2009)
  • Al James (born Geoffrey Betts, 13 January 1946, Leicester) — bass (1973-2008)
  • Buddy Gask (born William Gask, 18 December 1945, Leicester – 7 June 2011, Spain) — vocals (1973-1987)
  • Russ Field (born James Lewis Russell Field, 1 September 1949, Berwick-upon-Tweed) — guitars (1973-1985)
  • Malcolm "Duke" Allured (born 27 August 1945, Leicester) — drums (1973-1984)
  • Ray Martinez — guitars (1985-1995)
  • Danny Willson — guitars (1995-2009)
  • David Graham — saxophone (2009-2011)

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