Darts - It's Raining - 7 inch vinyl / 45

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Darts - It's Raining - 7 inch vinyl / 45

Darts - It's Raining - 7 inch vinyl / 45

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Following "It's Raining" in September 1978, Hegarty left the band to tend to his terminally ill father, and he was replaced by the American singer, Kenny Andrews. [2] Their final hit of 1978 was "Don't Let It Fade Away" (written by Currie). "Get It" (written by Trubridge), followed in early 1979 and they also covered Gene Chandler's US 1962 hit " Duke of Earl", produced by former Wizzard frontman Roy Wood. [2] This was their last UK top 10 hit, their only other sizeable hit coming in 1980 with a cover of The Four Seasons " Let's Hang On!". During the year, the line-up changed with Currie, Fish and Dummer leaving the band. Duncan Kerr (guitar) and Keith Gotheridge (drums), both formerly with Plummet Airlines joined, [3] and ex- Mud guitarist Rob Davis briefly joined the band, before moving into songwriting and production work. Another later member was Mike Deacon (ex- Suzi Quatro band) on keyboards. By the end of 1980, their hits had dried up and in 1983 they began to do theatre work appearing and being musical directors of the theatre production of Yakety Yak. a b c "Sisältää hitin: Levyt ja esittäjät Suomen musiikkilistoilla vuodesta 1960: Artistit D - DCX". Sisältää hitin. 13 August 2015 . Retrieved 15 February 2022. Darts Greatest LP from Magnet" (PDF). Record Business. 15 September 1980. p.21 . Retrieved 17 March 2022. The version above is re-edited 25 min version out of the 45 min original. It has been shown for example aboard.
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In 1979, Hegarty became a television presenter, first with the Newcastle upon Tyne-based Alright Now, and later as part of the team fronting the children's programme Tiswas. [2] In 1985, Fender and Ray managed and produced the UK a cappella female group The Mint Juleps who scored two minor UK chart entries with "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" (originally by Neil Young) in 1986 and "Every Kinda People" (originally by Robert Palmer) in 1987. [2]


The band remains in the Top 500 selling list according to the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles. [1] a b c "DARTS | full Official Chart History | Official Charts Company". www.officialcharts.com . Retrieved 15 February 2022. Hammy Howell, piano (born William Howell 24 October 1954, Wimbledon, London – died 13 January 1999, Torquay, Devon [6]) Ken with TVs: Nevertheless
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Hot Gossip: "Supernature" (by Cerrone, 2nd longer vers., partly location, partly studio), see also S01e01Kent, David (1993). Australian Chart Book 1970–1992 (illustrateded.). St Ives, N.S.W.: Australian Chart Book. p.82. ISBN 0-646-11917-6. Bob Fish, vocals (3 June 1949, Rochford, Essex – died 22 August 2021, Pembrokeshire, Wales [5] [4]) The Opening of Part Two: You thought the part one was bad and What these famous people say about it so far The band reformed in 2006 for occasional appearances. On 21 August 2021 founding member Bob Fish died from an undisclosed illness aged 72. [4] Band line-up [ edit ] The original line-up included Darts live at the Rainbow, London 1978: (left to right: Bob Fish; Den Hegarty; Rita Ray; Griff Fender)

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