Eric Wrixon was the initial keyboardist to them, if they were a five-piece music group establishing themselves as Belfast’s most popular rock act in the springtime of 1964 having a residency in the Maritime Resort. He has stated that he documented some early paths with the music group, though he was hazy about which they were and when these were completed. Still in senior high school, in those days he had to consider his A-level English college examinations, and Them supervisor Phil Solomon informed him he previously to select between acquiring the examinations or residing in the music group. Wrixon did keep to consider the A-Levels, changed by Pat McAuley. Commensurate with the generally chaotic, murkily recorded history of these, he informed the journal Ugly Issues that he’d briefly go back to the music group on three distinct events before their second recording, although these stints aren’t noted in the top Them family members tree that shows up in Pete Frame’s The Beatles plus some Other Men: Rock Family members Trees of the first Sixties. Wrixon consequently played with individuals and, even more notably, fellow Belfast R&B-rock music group the Wheels, most likely the greatest middle-’60s Irish rock-band apart from Them. Then used the Never Hardly ever Band, which supported touring spirit performers like Sam and Dave; the Trixons showband in Ireland; and was briefly within an early lineup of Thin Lizzy. He performed reside in Germany with spirit and blues music artists like Junior Walker, Junior Wells, and Pal Guy, aswell as playing within a re-formed edition of these (minus Truck Morrison, obviously). In the 1980s he still left music to become translator and advertising movie director, and in the 1990s performed in the Belfast Blues Music group, which also included drummer John Wilson (who was simply in Them and Flavor).