This UK melodic rock quintet was formed in 1987 by ex-Thin Lizzy keyboard player Darren Wharton. The music group’s name was produced from Wharton’s religious name, an indicator created by Lemmy of Motörhead. Relocating to Manchester after Lizzy’s demise, it had taken Wharton half a year to find music artists by himself wavelength. He ultimately teamed up with Vinny Uses up (electric guitar), Shelley (bass), Adam Ross (drums) and Brian Cox (keyboards), dealing with vocals and extra keyboards himself. They debuted devoid of FROM THE Silence in 1988, a grandiose, keyboard-dominated record, similar to Giuffria, Trip and Home Of Lords. The follow-up, Bloodstream From Rock, released 3 years afterwards, adopted a strategy rooted in hard rock and roll structures, and highlighted up-front guitar alongside improved vocals from Wharton. Tipped to produce a significant effect on the worldwide rock scene, severe reality intervened because the music group became another fixture on ‘might possess been’ lists. Wharton, still playing as Dare, gigs frequently in north Wales and north-west Britain.