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Harry Margolis - BigGlennMillarBand
1970 - Brian with 'Halcyon Lake'

 The Harry Margolis Orchestra - serving up swing from Glasgow to Bermuda the since the 1940s

 Halcyon Lake

Hardy Souls

H2O ('78-'79 ?) Ian Donaldson (v), Frank O'Hare ( ), Ross Alcock (kb) Colin 'Biggles' Gavigan (s), Pete Keane (g)
HACKENSACK (-'72-) Gerry Cocozza (v) (FM), Peter McBrearty (lg) (FM), Robin -- (kb), Jack Ryden (d)
HADHIRGAAN (-'05-) Orkney. Jeana Leslie (f)
HAEMORRHOIDS (198*)
HALCYON DAYS (pre '89 ?) Hugh O'Hagan ? (v)
HALCYON LAKE ('70-'72) Glasgow. Brian Lawrence (kb/v), John Tochel (g/v), Chic Ballantyne (b/v). Played
James McDonald (d) ('70), Robert Brown (d) ('70). Band became duo (Brian/ John) from 25.1.71
HALF COUSIN ('07 ? -) Orkney / London. Kevin Cormack (g/acc/cl/wb...etc), Jimmy Hogarth ( ), plus two
musicians from 'Mescaleros'.
HALOS ('90s-) Jim Keilt (lg/v), Martin Jenkins (b/v), Stephen -- (d)
HAMFISTED (**) Alan Cormack ( ), Barry Gibson ( )
HAMISH STUART BAND (-'00-) London. Hamish Stuart (v/g), Ian
Thomas (d), Adam Philips (g), Andy Wallace (kb/v), Chris 'Snake'
Davis (s), Jody Linscott (per), Steve Pearce (b)
HANDSOME DAN (**) Glasgow ? Sharon Martin (v)
HANNEY ('06 ? -) Dundee. Brian Harris (v), Paul Harris (g/b), Jim ---
(d/g/sy prog), 'Trun' (sy/sy prog/tt), Wullie --- (b)
HAPPY DAZE (-'72-)
HAPPY FAMILY ('81-'83) Edinburgh. Nick Currie (aka 'Momus') (v/g), David Weddell (b/v), Ian Stoddart (d),
Ronnie Torrance (d), Paul Mason (g), Neill Martin (kb) See 'Josef K', 'Momus' & 'Malcolm Ross'.
HARD TO HANDLE ( -'09-) Arbroath. Ernie Goetz (g/v), John Robertson (b/v), Angus Christie (lg/v),
Steve Carnegie (d/lv)
HARDBOY ('94 - ?) Glasgow. Louise Quinn (v) (the last to join the band). Appeared on STVs 'Breakers' ('96)
HARDY SOULS ('09-) Glasgow. Craig O'Neill (g/v), Campbell Lindsay (lg/bv), Craig Watson (b/bv),
Ross Lindsay (g), Seb Jonson (d/per)
HARLEQUIN CABBAGE BUGS (pre '89 ?) Hugh O'Hagan ? (v)
HARMONICA LEWINSKY (-2008-) 'Smiler' (b),
HARRY MARGOLIS ORCHESTRA ('40s -) Glasgow. 12 piece band. Harry Margolis (bl), Stan Woodall ( )
HAVANA (later '70s) Name change of 'Souled Out'.
HAVANA SWING ('86-) Dundee. Calum McKenzie (db/v), Alain Lrgrand (rhyth. g/v), Walter Smith (cl), Ashley Malcolm (lg), John Whyte (lg)
HAYDIE'S BOBBIN ( ) Alan Hornall (b), Jim Davidson (v)
HAYZE ('77-'78) Steve Samson (v), Derek Stewart (g/v), Dougie Hutton (g/v),
Ed Watson (b), Graham McIntosh (d/v)
HAZE (-'66-) Aberdeen. Robbie Manson (b)
HAZE (-'06-) Glasgow. James Cairns (v), Martin Leahy (g), John Paul Hunter (g),
Ross Duffy (b), Robert Mitchell (d)
HAZEY JANES ('99-) Dundee. Andrew Mitchell (lv/g), Alice Marra (v/ag),
Matthew Medina (b), Liam Brennan (d/bv)
HEAD BOYS ('77-'79) Edinburgh. Lou Lewis (g/v), George Boyter (b/v),
Calum Malcolm (kb/v), Davy Cross (Ross ?) (d/v)
HEALTHY MEASURES (-'06-) Edinburgh ? Heather MacLeod (v/g),
Dr JD Caillouet (g), Micky Marr (b), Donald Hay (d)
HEART OF SCOTLAND CHOIR ('10 -) Choir leaders are Annie Smart &
Jane Hamilton. Annie's community input acknowledged on TV ('11)
HEARTBEATS (-'64 ?) Edinburgh. Tam White (v), Toto McNaughton (d)
HEARTS & MINDS ('91 ? -) Falkik area ? Cameron Nisbet (g)
HEAVEN ('80) Mick Boyle (v), Archie Dickson (g/v), Davy Swan (kb/v),
Neil Russell (b/v), Tony McAuley (d), Michael McMillan (d). Band's name changed to 'Glasgow'.
HEAVY MAMA ('05-) Glasgow/Leven. Started as three piece. 2010 lineup is: Robbie Hill (lg/v),
Gregg Jerome (b), Laura-May Gibson (lv/perc), Brendan Neill (d)
HEAVY PETTIN' ('81-'87) Were 'Weeper'. Steve Hayman (v), Hamish --- ( ), Eddie Trainer (g),
Gordon Bonnar (g), 'Punky' Mendoza (g), Brian Waugh (b), Gary Moat (d)
HECTOR'S HOUSE ( ) - Hector MacLean (b)
HEDGEHOG PIE (**) Aberdeen. John Barclay (g/v)
HEDRONS ('05-) Glasgow. 'Soup' (d), 'Rosie' (g), 'Tippi' (g), Gill (b)
HEIDI ('70-'76 ?) Tam McGeady (v) ('73-'76), Brian Robertson (g/v), Orlando 'Angie' Antionori (g/v),
Alasdair Gowans (b), Bobby Paterson (b), Jack Irvine (d) ('70-'73), Michael McMillan (d)
HEIDRUM (late '00s ? -) Montrose ? Gary Anderson (g/v)
HELEN & THE KINSMEN (-'64-) Glasgow area. Became just 'Kinsmen' ? Aly Dawson (g), Brian
Henderson (b), Gus Rennie (ep), Graham Ogilvie (d). See 'Yvonne & The Kinsmen' ('72-'73).
HELLCATS (-'64-) Fritz Freeman (v/s)
HELLZABOPPIN (**) Ian 'Fin' Muir (v)
HENRI MORRISON SWINGSTARS (? -'66 ?) Gourock. Iris McGarrity (v), Henri Morrison (bl/ ),
Jim Mullen (g) ('66 ?), Ralph Clarke (s), George Wyllie (db) (occasional player, died 2012). Band played in
'Cragburn Pavilion', Gourock.
HENRY GORMAN BAND ('79-) Gourock. Henry Gorman (lv/g) ex 'Rivendell', Ronnie Garrity (b)
ex 'Rivendell', Danny Gisbey (kb/v) ex 'Smoking Dogs', John Grant (d) ex 'Smoking Dogs'. David Watson (d)
HEN'S TEETH ('71-) Michael Marra (v/p)
HERE LIES A WARNING ('07 ? -) Fife. Evolved from 'Forgotten Sound'. Leonardus Segurius (v),
Anthony Coles (g), Kalin Smith (g), James Cunningham (b), Brian Robertson (d)
HERMIT CRABS ('05 ? -) Glasgow - John Ferguson (lg) ('05-), Melanie Whittle (g/v/sw), Des McKenna (b),
Mark Waudby (b), Dave -- (b), Lee -- (d), Tony McDonald (d), Ali King (vn/kb/perc)
HEY ! ELASTICA ('82-'84) Edinburgh. Barry -- (v), Shez -- (g), George -- (b), Keith Burns (d/perc), Giles -- (bv), Sam -- (bv). Signed to Virgin Records / Publishing. One album: 'In On The Offbeat', 6 singles produced by Tony Visconte & Martin Rushent.
HEY VAMPIRES ('08-) Ross Jenkins ( ), Chis Orr ( ), ---- ---- ( )
HGB ('70s ?)
HIDDEN LEAVES ('07 ?-) Glasgow/Aberdeen. Greig Robertson (v),
Chris Paterson (g/kb), Stephen Keith (b), Andrew Austin (d)
HIDDEN MASTERS ('07 -) Glasgow. Dave Dixon (v/lg/vn), Alpha Mitchell (b/org/v), John Nicol (d)
HIDDEN ORCHESTRA ('10) Edinburgh. Originally 'Joe Acheson Quartet. 'Electronic jazz collective'.
First album ('10) Joe Acheson (b), Tim Lane (d/perc/electr. drum pads), Jamie Graham
(d/perc/electr. drum pads), Poppy Ackroyd (v/p)
HI-FI COMBO ('60-'66) / HI-FI s ('66-'71 ?) North Ayrshire. Hugh Graham (sax), Kenny Gordon (kb),
Dick Sneddon (d), Tommy Gray (v), Charlie Hughes (g), Andy Sneddon (lg), Billy Kane (b) died ****.
From Dec '65, line up: Kenny Munro (lg) ('65- ?) died 1992, Eddie Johnstone (kb) ('65-'66), Dick Sneddon (d),
Andy Sneddon (b), Tommy Gray (v). Polydor changed band name '66 when 'single 'It's Gonna Be Morning'
recorded. Late '60s line up: Kenny Munro (g/v), Frankie Much (d), Davy Jack (b/v), Jimmy Townsend (v).
Split in '71 after name changes, eg Mangas Colorado.
HI-FOUR (-'64 ?) Dundee. See 'Poor Souls'.
HIGH BEES ('80s) Malcolm Ross (g), David Ruffy (d)
HIGH EMOTION ('67-'68) Glasgow. Ronnie Black (b/v), Brian Lawrence (g/v), Archie Aitken (org), Jimmy Ross (d), Chic Warner (sax), John Farrel (v) ('68) Name changed to 'Agatha's Moment' in June'68.

HIGH FIDELITY ('95 ? -) Sean Dickson (v/lg)
HIGH FLATS (**)
HIGH SPEED GRASS ('70s) Fife. Tam Harvey (g), David Craig ( ), Robin -- ( )
HIGHLAND CONNECTION ('94-) Janice Clark (g/v), Gordon --- (mn/ct),
Ian Hardie (f/v/b/sp)
HIGH LEVEL (**) Angus. Were 'Arizona Eggplant'. Johnny Duncan (acc)
HIGHWAY (mid-late '70s) Drew Robertson (v), Harry Munro (b)
HILIGHT / 'BACK TO THE FUTURE' 80s revival show. ('01-'06). Jim Smart (v) ('01-'06),
Eileen McCulloch (v) ('01-'02), Maria Foster (v) ('03-'06), Joanne McLaughlan (v) ('06)
HIGH VOLTAGE ('70s ?)
HIJAX (early '80s ?) Stevie Doherty (v/g)
HIP OPERATION ('94-) Edinburgh. Bev Wright (v/bv/per), Brian Robertson
(v/bv/g/per), Richie Jeffrey (v/bv/per), Catriona MacTaggart (s/fl/v/bv), Dave
Bain (kb/g), Jim Fotheringham (d), George West (b), Phil Whittaker (g/ag)
HIP PARADE (-'09-) Glasgow. Rob Shah ( ), Sal Shah ( ), Dave -- ( ), Kris McDines ( )
HIPPLE PEOPLE (-'65-'68-) Jim Marshall, Sandy Law (Lax ?), John Cross, Ian Nichol,
David Valentine, Ray James
HIPSWAY ('84-'89) Johnny McElhone (b) ('84-'86), Grahame Skinner (v), Pim Jones (g),
Harry Travers (d) ('84-'88 ?), Stephen Ferrera ('88-'89)
HIS LATEST FLAME (-****-)
HITCHCOCKS (mid '80s)
HITCH-HIKERS (-'66-) George Gray (lv), Jimmy Townsend (g), John Jackson (kb), John Muir (b), Tommy Doyle (d). Band toured Germany then split to explore individual musical preferences. George Gray emigrated to South Africa while Tommy Doyle went on to play with 'Middle Of The Road'. John Jackson reformed 'Hitch-Hikers' with Shug Barr (lg) and Tom Brannan (b). After a second German tour, the band went their separate ways.
HIVIDA ('00s -) Orkney. Robbie Thomson (perc - cn/djm/sh/tri), Lazy Boy Chair / Chair ('04 ? -)
HLI CEILIDH BAND (-'01/'06-) Edinburgh.
HOAX (**) Cumbernauld. Jim Dorman (v/g), Raymy Donnelly (b/bv), Simon Stewart
(g/bv), Andy Tagg (d/per)
HOBOS (1972) Played 'Alpha Restaurant', Glasgow.
HOG FARM ('70-'73 ?) Falkirk ? Jim McGeachie (d) '70-'71, George Orr (v) ('70-) ex 'Sun', Des McAfrey (b) ex 'Cargo' '70-'71, John Brisinscki (b)
Matt O'Neil (g) '70-'71, Cosmo Vericho ( ) '73- ex 'Merlin', Matt Allan (d) '73-, Gerry Riley (b) '73- ex 'Telephone'
HOLIDAYMAKERS (late '80s) Edinburgh.
HOLLYWOOD (after '76) Kilmarnock. Drew Clark (g/v)
HOLLYWOOD EXILES (-'81-) London. Loui Beau (v), Ray Weston (d/per), Mick Bienvenu (kb/vb/gl), Chris Constantinou (fb/b), Mitchell Leslie (g)
HOME & BEYOND (-'83-) Thurso. Donnie Williamson (v/hca)
HOMEWORK (-'08- ?) Oliver Kass (v/g/prog), Richard Kass (d), Ross Baird (g/v/moog), Alistair Dennis (b/v)
HOOK 'N' PULL GANG ('87 - ?) Edinburgh. Eileen McMullen (d/v) ('87 ?), Rita Blazyca (g/v) ('87- ?),
Alan McDade (b) ('87 ?), Stuart -- (d) ('88 ? -), John -- (b) ('88 - ?), Sam Ireland (v) ('88 - ?)
HOPELESS HEROIC (after '05) Gavin Bain (v)
HOPE STREET BAND (-'09-) Glasgow. See 'Michael McMillan & The Hope Street Band'.
HOPSCOTCH ('68 ?) Hamish Stuart (v/g), Graham Maitland (g/v), Mike Travis (g),
Owen 'Onnie' McIntyre (v/g), Norrie MacLean ( ), Stewart Francis (d), Alan Kelly (d)
HORIZON ('82-'83 ?) Campbeltown. James McLafferty (b) ('83), Jimi McGeachy (d) (late '82)
HORNETS (-'64-) Edinburgh ? Featured on STV's 'One Night Stand'. Tom Heaney (v), Billy Mac (lg),
Bill Corner (rhythm guitarita), Kenny Cranston (b), Mick Spowart (d)
HOROSCOPE (-'70/'71-) Played 'Time and Place', Edinburgh 15.1.71.
HORSE ('87-) 'Rhesus Negative' & 'Astrakhan' were the names the McDonald/McAlinden duo and later 4 piece line-up played under. 'Horse' (stage name of Sheena McDonald) (v/sw) (early '80s -), Angelina McAlinden (v/sw) (early '80s -'96), record deal '86, Graham Brierton (b) ('86- ?), George Hutchison ( ) ('87-'94), Allan Dumbreck ( ) ('87- ?),
Tony Soave ( ) ('87- ?), Molly Duncan, Mel Collins, Neil Conti, Dee Harris, Audrey Riley, Gail Anne Dorsey,
Paul Lee, Gemma McCarn (kb) (-'09-), Jennifer Clark (b/db) (-'09-), Gordon Turner (g) (-'09-), Andrew Samson (d) (-'09-), Greg Barnes (kb) (-'09-)
HOSTAGE ('77- '82) Campbeltown. Cameron McCrae (v) (June - Sept '77), Davi Shaw (g) (June '77 - April '79, June '80 - Sept '82 ), Fraser Shaw (lg) (June '77 - Sept '82), Morris Shaw (b/v) (June - Nov '77 bass, Nov '77 - Sept '82 vocal), Jimi McGeachy (d) (June '77 - July '79, Dec '79 - Sept '82), James Winstanley (b) (Mar '77 - June '80), James McLafferty (b) (July '80 - Sept '82)
HOT COTTAGE (-'70-), Willie Knox (d) (July - Dec '79),
HOTDOG (****) Paul Karnowski (g), Robert Strain (g), Jim 'Kit' Carson (d)
HOT RAILS ('10 -) Dumbarton. Jamie O'Donnell (v), David Ogg (g), Steven Corrigan (b), Grant Dallas (d)
HOT ROD BAND (200*) Florida, USA. George Orr (vfl/g) - only Scot ? Ron
Pelicot (g/kb/v), Dirk -- (lg), Melvin Hernandez (b/v), Ike Hartmore (d/v),
Larry Janca (kb/v), Olafson Twins (bv)
HOT TATTIE (-'08-) Dumfries. Neil Davidson (b/lv), Mike Davidson (g/v), Moray Collier (d/v)
HOT TODDY (-'74-) Perth. Evolved from 'PAT'R 4'. Billy Ross, Cy Jack, Duncan McCrone (g). Later became 'Dapplegrim'.
HOT TODDY (-'95-'96 ?) Alan Jones (bz/ct), Beverley North (vn/va/kb), Kenny Donaldson (acc), Jim Anderson (d/per), Steve Lawrence (guest musician) (ebz/12 str mnd/per)
HOUSE OF CHEESE ('90s) Sheree McMillan (v/perc), Angie Ross (b/ag)
HOUSE OF LORDS (-1965-197*) Ronnie Webster (b), Alan Fullager (b), Lennox 'Linky' Horn (b), Rab Munro (v) ('69-'70), Brian Black (g) ('69-'70), Lennie Graham (b) ('69-'70), Alan McKinnon (d), Neil Moir (sax) ('69-'70), Alistair Reid (kb), Rab Findlay (lg), Neil --- (kb) ('69-'70)
HOWL ('69 - early '70s) The name 'Stoics' chose after Frankie Miller joined them in '69. Frankie Miller (v), Jimmy Doris (g), John Wynne (b), Jack Casey (d)
HOWLIN' GAELS ('85-'92, '99-'07-?) Thurso. Donnie Williamson (v) ('85-), Billy Wares (b) ('85-'92 ?), Alex McIntosh (g) ('85-'92 ?), Henry MacKinnon (d) ('85-'87), 'Slim' (d) ('87-'92), Ewan Barker (d) ('99-?), David Tashnizi (b) ('99-), Joe Paterson (g), Fraser Sparling (d)
HUCKLEBERRY ('96 ?) Edinburgh. James Yorkston (b)
HUD YER WHEESHT (**) Matt Smith (g)
HUE & CRY (-**-) Coatbridge. Pat Kane (v), Greg Kane (p), Colin Steele (tru)
HUGH REED EXPLOSION (? -'03-) Hugh O'Hagan (lv), Terence Docherty (g), Darzo (kb), Ally -- (g), Stef 'Young Team' (b), Tom Docherty (d)
HUGH REED & THE VELVET UNDERPANTS ('90-'98) Glasgow. Hugh O'Hagan (lv), Terence Docherty (g), Tony Docherty (b), Tom Docherty (d)
HUMANITY DIVIDE (-'09-)
HUMBLEBUMS / NEW HUMBLEBUMS ('65-'71) Glasgow. Billy Connelly (v/g/bn) ('65-'71), Tam Harvey (g) ('65-'69), Gerry Rafferty (v/g/sw) ('69-'71), Ronnie Rae (b)
HUMPFF FAMILY (19**) John Colletta ( )
HUMPHREY LYTTELTON BAND ('50s-'90s) Stan Greig (p) ('55-'57, '85-'95)
HUNG DRAWN QUARTET (-'02-) Jazz. Raymond MacDonald (as), Allon Beauvoisin (bs), Graeme Wilson (ts), Stuart Brown (d), Keith Edwards (as), George Lyle (b)
HURRICANE GLADYS ('93-'96) Niki Powers (lv), Alex Weir (ts), Ady Powers (b), Rhys Pendred (lg)
Mike Connolly (trom), Chris McArthur (d), Jackie Holmes (kb), Ruth, Mo, Andy, & Kirsty (bv)
HUSH-HUSH (mid '60s) Bill Barclay (v)
HUSSIES (****)
HUSTLERS (-'65-)
HYBRID (**) Daniel Gallar (v)

 Hardy Souls

Havana Swing

 Havana Swing

Heart Of Scotland Choir

 Heart Of Scotland Choir

Heavy Mama 2008

 Heavy Mama

 

(2008)

Headboys
Heavy Pettin

Headboys

 Heavy

 Pettin'

Hedrons

 Hedrons

Hidden Orchestra

 Hidden Orchestra

 Hi-Fi Combo at the

'Picasso' Club

Hi-Fi Combo at Picasso

 High Emotion

HoMo PW ''67
HIEMOP
High Emotion''s van '67

 A pre-requisite of being in a band is

a touch of madness - 'High Emotion'
on the road in '67
- no, of course he wasn't dead !

 

Hog Farm play an open air gig in Falkirk
in the early '70s. In 2011 vocalist George Orr fronts 'The Hot Rod Show' in Florida.

Hog Farm
Horse '87

 Horse in 1987

Hostage

 Hostage: '80-'82 line up

Hot Rod Band

 Hot Rod Band

Stoics - with Frankie Miller on vocal

 Add Frankie Miller and

'Stoics' become 'Howl' in '69

Humblebums

 Humblebums ('69-'71)