TONY HARRIS - lead vocals and rhythm guitar: Tony was born in March 1975 into a long line of musical family members and was son of the locally famous Drummer and Oxford Café owner Mick Harris whose main claim to fame was winning Opportunity knocks in 1972 with local show band State Affair. Tonys Grandad Ernie was also a drummer in an Oxford band called the Regal Players and it’s also believed his great grandad was a renowned trumpet player. Unlike his dad, Tony first started to learn the guitar but as this did not come naturally to him, he decided to learn to play the drums before returning to the guitar and singing in later years. At around the age of 12 he would follow his dads band Indiana around the UK country music clubs and would later become roadie and sound engineer for the band learning the importance of getting a good sound to give the band a platform to have a good Night. At the age of 16 In 1990 he turned professional on the drums with the Alan James Band and played summer seasons at Butlins, toured the Northeast and Played on the Sea link cruise liners. In 1996 Tony was invited to play alongside Boyzone and Sean Maguire with Steve Sherrick (Stuart Cameron) at the Oxford Apollo Theatres Teenage Rampage and played drums for American country singer Sylvie on a UK stop over. As you have probably guessed Tonys biggest influence was his dad and has a large affection for county music picked up from his early years in county bands but also has a massive range of other musical tastes and influences including Gary Moore, Prince, Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lee Lewis plus many more, Tonys number one priority has always been his family and his three lovely girls and is also a massive Liverpool football fan but the main thing he likes to do on a Saturday night is to turn it up loud and rock out with the band.