Void the Bunions
Musical Genre/Type: Pop/Rock
Formed: 1987 Split: 1990
David Smith - Lead Vocals/Guitars (Dosthill)
Steve Smith - Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar/Backing Vocals (Dosthill)
Andy Sale - Bass Guitar (Wilnecote)
[Also in: Mother Savage]
David A. Dukes - Lead Vocals/Drums/Backing Vocals (Dosthill)
[Also in: David A. Dukes, Mother Savage]
David Dukes left in 1990 to do his own solo thing and was replaced by someone nobody can remember. Funny that, seeing as they gigged with him!
Fly High - Smith/Smith
I Admire You - S. Smith/Dukes
Do You Think? - S. Smith/Dukes
A Dying Breed - Dukes/D. Smith
Feel the Wind - Dukes/Sale/D. Smith
Revolution - S. Smith
A Love Song - S. Smith/Dukes
Light of the Truth - S. Smith/Dukes
Dream, Baby, Dream - S. Smith/Dukes
Going Nowhere - D. Smith/Dukes/S. Smith/Sale
Other Songs: Demonesque (Dukes/Sale) Go for a Smoke (Sale/S. Smith/D. Smith/Dukes), I Woke Up (Dukes/Sale)
First Gig: Open-garage all comers - July 1987
Last Gig: Tamworth Arts Centre - Late 1990
Originally a two-piece, with just guitar and percussion. Exploded into a throbbing rock band. Possibly! The band played two gigs as a two piece, playing a load of Chuck Berry numbers and the place went mad.
Lots of rehearsing, a short supply of actually getting out there and gigging. The two brothers didn’t get on very well and there was quite a lot of shouting.
Andy Sale was the proud owner of a left-handed Fender jazz bass and Dave Smith played a jet black Les Paul variation. Steve mostly stuck with his plugged in acoustic.
For a short time Steve Smith played bass with Andy playing second guitar. They soon changed back as Andy was a more natural bassist. Andy Sale later showed up in Mother Savage with Dave Dukes.
There are some dodgy old recordings of us rehearsing but I hope they stay lost.
Thanks to: David A. Dukes
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