This Scottish heavy AOR quartet was come up with in 1985 by brothers Ian (guitar) and David Stewart (bass) after demise of China White. With Jim Drummond (drums) and Tony Liddell (vocals), they debuted using a self-titled record in 1985. This provided a mixture of Americanized, melodic AOR equivalent with the task of Boston, Trip or Kansas. Made by Kevin Elson (of Trip popularity), it surpassed many goals, but was disregarded by the United kingdom open public. Terry Brock (from Atlanta, USA) changed Liddell on Local Sons, which noticed the music group consolidate their design and progress considerably as songwriters. It continues to be among the unfortunately neglected albums from the pomp-rock/AOR genre. Walk In The Fireplace had not been as instant, with Brock’s vocals sounding hoarse and much less sophisticated. He still left to audition for Deep Crimson in 1989, but was unsuccessful. Further albums had been released with Ian Stewart on business lead vocals.