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Parachute Men

Created in Leeds, Yorkshire, Britain, in 1985 by Fiona Gregg (b. 26 July 1963, Norwich, Norfolk, Britain; vocals), Stephen H. Gregg (b. 29 November 1960, Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham, Britain; electric guitar), Andrew Howes (bass) and Tag Boyce (drums), the Parachute Guys proved to truly have a bat’s ear for the tune, however were persistently undersold by situation. Signing to Fireplace Information in 1987 was a appealing move, particularly if ‘The Innocents’ premiered to warm acceptance, but shortly soon after, Howes and Boyce departed acrimoniously, departing Fiona and Stephen H. Gregg to tour as an acoustic set-up until Matthew Parkin (bass) and Paul Walker (b. 7 July 1966, Western world Yorkshire, Britain; drums) loaded the vacancies. The next album premiered well over per year after it had been recorded, priced at the band precious momentum and leading to Parkin to become changed by Colleen Browne (b. 25 August 1966, Kelowna, Canada), however the Parachute Guys continued to generate lovingly textured electric guitar sounds. However, having less media focus, certainly exacerbated by their north location, made certain that their abilities remained the data of the privileged few, plus they disbanded immediately after the discharge of Earth, Canines And Eggshells.

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