This UK skiffle-cum-blues jug band act originally comprised Jona Lewie (b. John Lewis, 14 March 1947, Southampton, Hampshire, Britain; keyboards/vocals), Graham Hine (acoustic guitar/vocals), Jim Pitts (acoustic guitar, vocals, harmonica), Pete Gibson (trombone, vocals, percussion), Dave Arnott (drums) and percussionists Keith Trussell (aka Keef Problems) and Big John Randall. Several educators and pupils from Crawley, Sussex, banded collectively, little realizing that over 30 years later on they would be dealing with audiences to a distinctive make of music. Their 1970 debut recording aroused novelty-based curiosity, but the device only enjoyed industrial success after implementing the pseudonym Terry Dactyl AS WELL AS THE Dinosaurs. An ensuing solitary, ‘Seaside Shuffle’, reached #2 2 in 1972, however the Thunderbolts reverted with their initial name when following releases didn’t repeat its achievement. Lewie embarked on the solo career following a group’s 1st break-up, later on attaining a UK strike with the Xmas classic ‘Quit The Cavalry’. Numerous permutations from the Thunderbolts continue steadily to gig around the golf club picture, where their make of loose blues and R&B continues to be hugely well-known. In not diminishing their music they possess built a faithful following, and frequently feature onstage, furthermore to regular devices, their personal bizarre inventions like the Zobstick, the Lager Prone as well as the Electric powered Ironing Table. In 1993, with Randall right now also performing as their street supervisor, the line-up for Boogie Road noticed the addition of Taffy Davies (vocals, piano, clarinet, mandolin) and Pete Swan (bass). By the brand new millennium, initial users Pitts, Hine, Trussell, Randall and Gibson had been all present and right, with Davies and bass participant Dougie Strathie completing the line-up.