The T-Bones' History

Giorgio Gomelsky arranged a recording contract with EMI and in November '64, "How Many More Times", backed with "Iím A Lover Not A Fighter", was The T-Bonesí first Columbia release.

Early in 1965, Royston Steele had left the band and was replaced by another Brighton musician, Brian Walkley, who was playing in Brighton with The Syd Dean band.

In February 1965, The T-Bones released their second single, "Won't You Give Him One More Chance", coupled with "Hamishís Express Relief", an instrumental, on the B-Side.

An EP recorded at Olympic Studios followed this.  "Indeed I Do", "Get The Money", "Iím Louisiana Red" and "Jumpback" were the featured tracks.

Around this time, The T-Bones also backed Julie Driscoll on her first single, "Donít Do It No More".

In the summer, The T-Bones and The Tony Grant Group performed at the Regent Ballroom Brighton again in support of the Operation Hungerstop charity.

In June 1965 the bandís third single, "Give All Sheís Got", was released.


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