Terry Sylvester (b. 8 January 1947, Liverpool, Britain; vocals/acoustic guitar), John Kinrade (lead acoustic guitar) and Mike Gregory (vocals/bass) shaped the Escorts at Liverpool’s Rose Lane college in 1962. These were originally augmented by drummer John Foster, aka Johnny Sticks, a cousin of Ringo Starr, changed by Pete Clark in 1963. The quartet produced their debut in Apr 1964 with a robust interpretation of ‘Dizzy Miss Lizzie’, before rating a minor strike two months later on with ‘The SOMEONE TO Cry’. Their following launch, ‘I Don’t Desire TO BE ON Without You’, was also documented from the Moody Blues, who guaranteed the chart admittance. This undermined the Escorts’ self-confidence, and subsequent produces, although thoroughly crafted, demonstrated unsuccessful. The music group’s line-up was also unpredictable. Sylvester remaining for the Swinging Blue Skinny jeans, from where he afterwards changed Graham Nash within the Hollies and by middle-1966, Kinrade and Gregory had been the sole primary associates. Paddy Chambers (b. 30 Apr 1944, Liverpool, Britain, d. 28 Sept 2000; electric guitar) and Paul Comerford (drums, ex-Cryin’ Shames) finished the line-up included on ‘From CHECK OUT Toe’, the Escorts last single. This achieved performance highlighted Paul McCartney on tambourine, however the quartet split within weeks of its discharge.
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