The word: ‘Everyone south from the River Tyne has been around Hedgehog Pie’, is normally related to the Lindisfarne drummer, Ray Laidlaw. The initial 1969 line-up of the folk take action from Newcastle-upon-Tyne is usually unclear, but by 1971, if they supported Tony Capstick on two albums, the staff contains Mick Doonan (flute; also Doonan Family members Music group), Jed Grimes (acoustic guitar), Andy Seagroat (fiddle) and Phil Murray (bass; also Doonan Family members Band). Confusion came back once again in 1972, when Stu Luckley (acoustic guitar, bass; also Doonan Family members Music group), Margi Luckley (vocals) and Ian Walter Fairburn (fiddle), and the like, were recruited. Quickly later on, Fairburn and Murray departed to Jack port The Lad. When Martin Jenkins (b. 17 July 1946, London, Britain; violin) arrived from Dando Shaft, the music group ‘went electrical’ and documented Hedgehog Pie. Like a six-piece device they toured as support take action for additional folk rockers and singer-songwriters. In the summertime of 1976, everyone remaining, apart from two from the originals, Doonan and Grimes. The addition of Dave Burland (b. 12 July 1941, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, Britain; guitar, vocals), finished a scaled-down acoustic trio, who documented Just Act Regular before disbanding in 1979. An open up reunion happened in 1990, and it had been surprising just how many ex-members resulted in.