Mickey Finn, percussionist in T. Rex, made an appearance with ex-T. Rex drummer Paul Fenton in fall 1997 in a Cambridge display commemorating the 20th wedding anniversary of Marc Bolan’s loss of life. This resulted in a choice to re-form T. Rex, using a lineup including Finn, Fenton, and four various other musicians, probably the most well-known of whom was Alan Silson (previously of Smokie). That basically couldn’t be known as a re-formed T. Rex, though, as Marc Bolan was generally the featured appeal of the action that proceeded to go under that name ahead of his death. Therefore the group toured as Mickey Finn’s T-Rex, and in 2002 released a studio room record, Renaissance. That record was large on remakes of classic T. Rex strikes like “Trip a Light Swan,” “OBTAIN IT On,” “20th Hundred years Guy,” “Blessed to Boogie,” “Solid Silver Easy Actions,” “Sizzling hot Like,” and “Jeepster,” with business lead vocalist Rob Benson approximating the audio of Bolan’s vocals. Mickey Finn’s T-Rex continuing to tour until Finn’s untimely loss of life on January 11, 2003 at age 55. It had been suspected which the percussionist passed away of kidney and liver organ problems, wich acquired plagued him in his old age, but no public cause of loss of life was reported.