Scotbands

Brian Hardie - with Clockwork Strawberry 1972

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HACKETT, RAY (d) - Revolver ('80-'84)

HADDEN, CRAIG (d) - Lonehead (rec.d)

HADDEN, MARTIN (b/v) Born Aberdeen '57 - Puddock's Well ('73-'74), Silly Wizard ('76 - ?), Clan Alba

HADDOW, STEVEN (g) - 18 Wheeler

HADJOPOLOUS, SUE (per) - Simple Minds ('85-'86)

HAGGARTY, PETE (d/per) - New Celeste

HAGUE, PHILIP (d) - Brother Louis Collective ('06-)

HAIG, PAUL (g/v/sw) - Josef K ('79-'82), solo artiste, Rhythm Of Life, Juggernauts

HAIR, JOHN (d) - U.S. Images ('64-'65), Atmosphere ('66), emigtrated to Canada - played in garage band there.

HAIR, PAULINE (v) - Pauline & The Clubmen.

HAIR, RACHEL (hp) Ullapool. trio with Jean Butterworth & Euan Burton (-'10-)

HAKE, ALAN (b) - 18 Wheeler

HALFPENNY, JIMMY (ts) - Neil McCormack & His Orchestra (-'41-)

HALL, BILLY (v/g) - Stars ('80-'82), MacFloyd ('95-'97), Disguisers ('08-)

HALL, JIM (p/kb) - Full House ('76) Died 2005.

HALL, MHAIRI (p) - MacCollective (-'08-)

HALL, PETER ( ) - Gaugers (-'74-)

HALL, ROB (cl/s) - Dick Lee Septet,

HALL, ROBIN (v/g) - Robin Hall & Jimmie McGregor ('59-'81), Galliards ('60-'63). Died '98.

HALL, STEVE (v ?) - See 'Steve Hall & The Roosters'.

HALL, MHAIRI (p) - Mhairi Hall Trio (-'07 ? -), New Voices Band (-'09-)

HALLIDAY, ANDY (g) - Dragonfly (? - '91), Fool No More ('91- ?)

HALLIDAY, NEIL (d) - 18 Wheeler

HALLION, JOHN (g) - Declaration Band (-'11-)

HAMILL, PAT (lv) - Panache (end '76 - '79)

HAMILTON, ANDY (sax) - Croppa, Sandy McClelland & The Backline

HAMILTON, ANDY (b) - Little Red (-'10-)

HAMILTON, DAVID (d) - Bridge ('74-'75)

HAMILTON, DEREK (d) - Ian Muir Scottish Dance Band

HAMILTON, IAIN (b) - OK Social Club ('08 -)

HAMILTON, JAMES ( ) - Errors ('05-)

HAMILTON, JIMMY (s/v) - Jimmy Hamilton Four, Jimmy Hamilton Sound ('68),

Opium Trail ('68), Gale Force 8 ('68-?)

HAMILTON, LAURIE (g/b/kb) - Guitar tutor, founder member of Perth College NC Music Course, TV appearances.

HAMILTON, LEWIS (g/v) - Lewis Hamilton & The Boogie Brothers ('10-)

HAMILTON, NICK (b) - Lewis Hamilton & The Boogie Brothers ('10-)

HAMILTON, ROSS ( ) - Wolfstone

HAMILTON, STEVE (d/kb/p/prod) - Ray Charles, Fraser Spiers, Donald Lang, Owen Nicholson, Lewis Hamilton

& The Boogie Brothers ('10-)

HAMILTON, WILLIE (d) - Cannon's Band (mid '50s ? -)

HAMMIL, BRIAN (v) - Dansettes ('82-'83). Deceased.

HAMPTON, DAVE (tru/strsynth/org/bv/synth) - TV21 ('79 - '82)

HANLEY, CLIFORD ('CLIFF') (lyricist/jounalist/novelist) Born Glasgow 28.10.22, died 9.8.99 - Met vocalist/musician Ian Gourlay ('47) and as lyricist, collaborated in songwriting. Wrote the most popular set of lyrics ('Scotland The Brave'), to an existing tune, at the request of Robert Wilson (tenor) ('50). With Gourlay wrote / parodied such songs as 'Marching Through The Heather' ('54) and 'I'm Glad That I Was Born In Glasgow'and 'The Glasgow Underground'.

HANLEY, CLIFF ( ) - Motels, Smile/s

HANLEY, GED (v/g) - Watch With Mother ('86-'88, '05)

HANLIN, MARTIN (d) - Silencers ('90)

HANNAGHAN, STEVE (d) - Frenzy ('72-'78 ?), McEwan/Hanaghan ('06 -), Bass Rock Ceilidh Band ('14 -)

HARCUS, JIM (hca) - Wang Dang Delta (-'06-)

HARDELIN, EMMA (f) (Sweden) - String Sisters ('00-)

HARDIE, ALISTAIR (f) - teacher

HARDIE, BLAIR (lg/hca) - Bury The Hobbit

HARDIE, BRIAN (lg/v) - Viscounts ('64 - '65) - played in Germany end '65 / early '66, Price ('66/'67-), Miles Davis (late '60s), Hook, Clockwork Strawberry (Jersey & Australia) ('70 - '75). Clockwork Strawberry toured extensively in Australia, producing albums and appearing on Oz TV's 'Hit Scene'.

HARDIE, DAVID (d) - Columcille Ceilidh Band

HARDIE, IAN (f) - Active '70s 0n. Jock Tamson's Bairns, Andy Thorburn, Ghillies,

Highland Connection, Occasionals, Duncan MacGillivray

HARDIE, JONNIE (f/g/bz/mn) - Gavin Marwick (-'99-), Alyth McCormack, Rory Campbell

HARDING, MICHAEL-JOHN HOWARD ( ) - Mark Jensen & The Jaguars ('60s)

HARDING, STUART (d) - Mandrakes ('05-)

HARDY, BOB (b) - Franz Ferdinand ('02-)

HARDY, IAN (f/v/b/sp) - Highland Connection ('94 ? -)

HARE, KEVIN (g/v) - Black Sun ('06 ? -)

HARKER, GEOFF (d) - Aphlikted Mindz Society ('82-'85), Edith & The Ladies (mid-late '80s)

HARKER, MIKE (v/g) - Aphlikted Mindz Society ('82-'85)

HARKIN, CHARLIE (bl / ) - Charlie Harkin's Kit Kat Orchestra ( ), the band's venues including

Cragburn Pavilion, Gourock

HARKIN, TREASA ( ) - Anam ('95-)

HARKNESS, IAIN (b ?) - Souled Out (mid-late '70s)

HARKNESS, JIM (d) - Cavaliers ('64-'66)

HARLEY, CHRIS (bv) - Donnie Munro Band

HARLEY, DOUGIE (d) - Luva Anna (-'07-)

HARLEY, LEWIS (b) - Injuns ('03-)

HAROLD, MAY (v) - Solo artiste in cabaret, radio and theatre ('80s - ) Produced album ('89)

HARPER, DeLISLE (b) - Stealers Wheel ('73 only).

HARPER, GAVIN (g) - Battleheart ('04-'07), Alestar ('07-'08)

HARPER, KEVIN (lv/g/kb/sw) - Vivamelodica ('06 ? -), Little Eskimos ('07 ? -)

HARPER, ROBIN (v/ag) Born Thurso 1940. Guitar teacher, musical director,

first Green Party MP in the UK ('99)

HARPER, SATCH (v), PIGG ('70-'73), Profile ('74-'76)

HARPER, STEVE (d) - Yoshi ('07)

HARRIS, A.J. (g) - Fit To Fly (-'07-)

HARRIS, BRIAN (v) - Hanney ('06 ? -)

HARRIS, CALVIN (v/sw/prod) Real name ADAM RICHARD WILES. Born

Dumfries '84, active since '99, two top 10 singles ('07), One No.1 single and

one top five single ('09), One No.1 album ('09). Has worked with Kelis, Kylie

Minogue, Dizzee Rascal, Rihanna.

HARRIS, KIRSTY (v) - Peg & The Bouffants ('07-)

HARRIS, MARK SINCLAIR (aka 'HI-FI HARRIS') (g) - Rezillos ('76-'78),

Revillos ('79-'85, '94-'96)

HARRIS, MARK (g) - Kalel ('07-)

HARRIS, PAUL (g/b) - Hanney ('06 ? -)

HARRISON, BLAIR (b) - Room 237 ('07-)

HARRISON, GAYLE ( ) - Adventures In Stereo

HARRISON, JOHNNY (b) - Trigger The Escape ('11 - '12)

HARRISON, PAUL (p) -

HARRISON, STEWART (b) - Campbell Considine

HARROWER, ANDY (b) - Jester's Fury (b) ('70s -)

HARROWER, MALCOLM (d) - Skeptix, Shattered Family, Actives ('85)

HART, RODDY (v/g/sw) Born Glasgow - solo artiste ('04-'09), Roddy Hart & The Lonesome Fire ('09 -)

HARTE, PAUL (g) - Primal Scream

HARTREE, JUSTIN (v/g) - Government ('84-'85)

HARVIE, IAIN (lg) - Del Amitri ('82-)

HARVIE, KRISTAN (f) Orkney - Winner of BBC Radio Scotland YTMA ('11), Duo with Sean Gray (ag) (-'13-)

HARVEY, ALEX (v) Born Glasgow, died 4.2.82  - Kinning Park Ramblers, Clyde River Jazz Band (aka Kansas City Skiffle), Alex Harvey's Big Soul Band/Alex Harvey's Soul Band ('59-'65), Giant Moth ('67), orch. musician for 'Hair', Alex Harvey & Band ('70), SAHB.

HARVEY, LES (g) Born Glasgow, died '72 - Alex Harvey's Soul Band ('65), Blues Council, Power ('67 ?), Cartoone (USA tour), Stone The Crows (died '72)

HARVEY, SANDY (f) - An Teallach ('80s), Skelpit Lug (-'09-)

HARVEY, TAM (g) Bluegrass player. Humblebums ('65-'69), High Speed Grass ('70s)

HASLIN, PAUL 'RD' (d/bv) - Waysted

HASSAN, STUART (f) - Picts ('99-)

HASTIE, HAMISH (b) - Ardennes (-'65-)

HATFIELD, MIKE (b) - Imprints (-'82-)

HATJE, BILL (b) - Gollum The Underdog ('70-), Agatha's Moment (end '70 - '71)

HAWKINS, JACK (s) - Born Whitburn. Ray McVay Orchestra (-'62-), Jack Hawkins Band (? - '10 -)

HAWTHORN, LEWIS (g) - Abbamania

HAWTHORNE, ANDREW (d) - Fighting 69th Dumfries Band (-'08-)

HAY, COLIN (v/sw) Born Kilwinning '53. Emigr. to Australia '67. - Men At Work ('79-'86, '96-). Ron Strykert ('78), Jerry Speiser ('79-'84), Greg Sneddon ('78-'79)

HAY, DONALD (d/per) - G-Spot Tornado ('86-'88), Slaphead (-'96-), Healthy Measures (-'06-), Lori Watson

HAY, GORDON (g) - Dark Star ('77-'78 ?)

HAY, NEIL (b) - After Eight Mince ('80s)

HAYES, FERG (d) - Statesmen (? - '68), Taxi (-'82-), Revival (**)

HAYES, RAY (v/ag) - Peg Tops (-'63-)

HAYES, SARAH (d/fl/v) - Brother Louis Collective ('06-)

HAYMAN, STEVE (v) - Lawdy Mama ('73-'80), Heavy Pettin ('81-'87)

HAYWARD, LAWRENCE (v/sw) - Felt ('84-'89)

HAYWARD, MARK (f) - Whistlebinkies

HAYWARD, MARTIN (b/v) - Pastels

HEALEY, DEREK (g) - Spindrift

HEALY, DANIEL (v/g) - Eoscene ('05-'06), solo artiste

HEALY, FRANCIS (v/g/p/bn) - Glass Onion ('91-'95 ?), Travis ('95-)

HEALY, SAM (v/g/b/s/kb/prog) - Employee Of The Month, North Atlantic Oscillation

HEANEY, TOM (v) - Hornets (-'64-), later solo artiste as 'Paul Brelman'.

HEARD, PAUL (b) - Orange Juice

HEARNE, JOHN (kb) - Change (early '70s ?)

HEATLEY, DANNY (d) - Exploited ('82)

HEEPS, BUD (b) - Falcons (Dunfermline) ('60s)

HEGGIE, WILL (b) - Cocteau Twins ('81-'83)

HENDERSON, ALAN (g) - Dykeenies

HENDERSON, ALLAN (f) - Blazin' Fiddles ('98-)

HENDERSON, ANDREW (b/v) - Dykeenies ('05-)

HENDERSON, BARRY (b) - Comedy Of Errors ('87-)

HENDERSON, BRIAN (b) - Kinsmen ('60s)

HENDERSON, BRIAN (v/sy) - Dykeenies

HENDERSON, CHRIS (g) - NY Lips (-'07-)

HENDERSON, DAVID ( ) - Fingal McCool ('68-)

HENDERSON, DAVID (g/v) - Fire Engines ('80-'81, '04 -), Win (mid '80s), Nectarine No.9 (early '90s)

HENDERSON, DOUGIE (d) - Chevlons, Poets (end '69 ?), Marmalade (end '70s), Deliverance ('88-'92),

Dead Loss Band, Dansettes, Blues Poets ('91-)

HENDERSON, ELAINE (v) - Stooshie

HENDERSON, J. MURDOCH (f/comp/music critic) Born New Deer '02, died '70. Published 'The Flowers Of

Scottish Melody' ('35) containing 130 tunes, 40 of them his compositions.

HENDERSON, JOHN (v/perc) - Camera Obscura ('96-'04)

HENDERSON, IAN (v) - In The Red ('90 - ?)

HENDERSON, JEAN (f) - Gallovidians (-'92-)

HENDERSON, KEVIN (f) - Fiddlers Bid ('91-), Boys Of The Lough ('02-), Fine Friday,

Emily Smith Band, Fullsceilidh Spelmanslag, Session A9

HENDERSON, KEITH (v/g) - Athenians ('64-'67 ?)

HENDERSON, MAURICE (f) - Fiddlers Bid ('91-), Fullsceilidh Spelmanslag

HENDERSON, NEIL (lg) - Bay City Rollers ('70-'71), Middle Of The Road ( )

HENDERSON, NEIL (g/v) - Rock 'n' Rowie ('03-'05)

HENDERSON, PAUL (v) - All Night Decorators ('93-'96), Undercovers ('00-'10)

HENDERSON, PETE (cit) - Stooshie

HENDERSON, STEWART (b) - Bubblegum (-'94), Delgados ('94-'05)

HENDERSON, STU (aka 'STU WHO ?') (v/g) - Flat Out ('77 - ?), Dead Ernest ('81), Itai Itai ('81),

Itai Itai (new line up '82 - ?), Whit ('85), Death Of Duke Ellington ('86), Dum Dum ('98 - ?)

HENDRIE, BILL (v) - Paris ('75)

HENDRY, BILL (v) - Verge ('68-72 ?)

HENDRY, PAUL (b/bv) - Watershed ('03-)

HENRY, CHRIS (b) - Itai Itai (second line up '82-'85 ?), Whit! ('85), Death Of Duke Ellington ('86)

HENRY, JAMES (g/v) - Strange Conspiracy, Native Sons ('92-'93), Drop The Box ('93-)

HENRY, JAMIE ( ) - Paranoid Monkeys (-'08-)

HENRY, MARTIN (v/g) - De Rosa (-'05-)

HENRY, PAULINE (v) - Chimes (-'09-)

HEPBURN, BILL (d) - Moonbeats, Boleros

HEPBURN, BILLY (b) - Passion Play ('85-'87)

HERMISTON, GORDON (b/v) - Tam's Railways (-'06-)

HERON, MIKE (g) - Crusaders ('65-'66 ?), Incredible String Band ('65-'74, '99-'06)

HERON, TOM (d/bv) - Xcerts

HERREBRUGH, TAMIRA (v/sw/multi instr) Amsterdam, Holland. Released album of original

material, Brian Rawson Band ('15-)

HESLING, LENNY (lv/g) - Thanes ('86-)

HETHERINGTON, SCOTT (v) - Stuntman Mike ('09 -)

HETHRINGTON, GEORGE (v) - Monarchs (-'63-)

HEWAT, CORRINA ( ) - Chantan

HEWAT, RICHEY / RICH (b) - Waterfront ('00-'06), Cold Sweat ('05 -)

HEWITT, BERNIE (acc) - Northern Star

HIGGINS, CHRIS (mn) - Allaidh Modhan ('03 ? -)

HIGGINS, GILLIAN (v/sy) - Something Broken ('05-)

HIGGINS, MALCOLM (tru) - Clyde Valley Stompers

HIGGINS, TONY (d) - Picts (-'04)

HILL, DOUGIE (g) - Trilogy (mid-late '70s ?)

HILL, GEORGE (v/eg) - Joe Gordon Folk Four ('57-'63 ?)

HILL, KATE (vn) - Alto Cirrus (-'90-)

HILL, ROBBIE (lg/v) - Heavy Mama ('05 -)

HILL, ROBIN (mn) - Old Number Six ('02-'05)

HILL, SARAH (h) - Solo harpist.

HILLSON, BRIAN (g/bv) - Joe Coyle Band

HINCHMAN, GARY (d) - Stogbags ('86-'87)

HINSHELWOOD, JOHN (v) - Hope Street Band

HIRD, JOHN (lg) - Snips

HIRST, ISOBEL (acc) - Clydesiders (mid '80s)

HISLOP, JOSEPH (v.ten) - Died '77.

HOBLICK, JOHNNY (g) - A.D.H.D.

HOCHFIELD, BARRY (g/v) - Appless ('70s), Score (late '70s), Too Hot To Handle (late '70s), Third Avenue ('79 - '81)

HODGE, MARTIN (d) - Number ('08-)

HODGENS, ROBERT (aka Bobby Bluebell) (g) - Bluebells, Up, Poems

HODSON, CHARLOTTE (bv) - Texas ('01)

HOGAN, JANINE (v) - Peg & The Bouffants ('07-)

HOGG, ALISTAIR (ps) - Trampas

HOGG, JIM (b) - Kleeverz (early '60s)

HOGG, KENNIE (d) - Invaders (early '60s), Worlocks ('60s). Kennie's bands supported many 'name' outfits,

Scottish and from further afield, for example:  Butch & The Bandits, D-Lords, Crusaders, Dean Ford & The Gaylords, Castle Kings, Shane Fenton & The Fentones and Rue & The Rockets (from just over the border in Carlisle).

HOK, RUFUS (v/g/sw) - Solo artiste, born Liverpool, based Arbroath.

HOLLAND, BENIE (g) - Stealers Wheel ('75 only).

HOLLEY, ELEANOR (clar) Gourock. Alison McNeill (-'09-)

HOLLYWOOD, JOHN (d) - Beggar's Opera

HOLMES, ALAN ( ) -

HOLMES, ANDY ( ) - One Day 40 ('05-)

HOLMES, JACKIE (kb) - Hurricane Gladys ('93-'96)

HOLMES, NIALL ( ) - Strike The Colours

HOLMES, SCOTT 'HITCH' (g/p/str) - Soundshok ('01-)

HOLROYD, HOLVYN (b) - Vegas ('  )

HOLROYD, TOM (b) - Coastal Erosion ('09-)

HOPE, HENRY ( ) - Axis ('69-'70 ?)

HOPEKIRK, HELEN (p/comp/sw) Born Portobello 1856, died 1945. Songwriter & omposer of music for

piano, violin & orchestra. Moved to Boston, USA (1897).

HOPWOOD, JENNI (bv/glk) - Gillyflowers

HOPWOOD, PHIL (lg) - Gillyflowers

HORN, LENNOX 'LINKY' (b) - House Of Lords

HORN, MIKE (cor) - 17th Century ('08-), Starlets (on loan from '17th Century') ('10)

HORNALL, ALAN (b) - Haydie's Bobbin ( ), Gallagher & Lyle ( )

HORNALL, STUART (g/kb) - Soul Pakk (mid '60s)

HORNE, CRAIG (v/g) - 21st State (-'15-)

HORNSBY, GAZ (g/v) - Leads ('06-)

HORSE (v/g/sw) - See 'Sheena McDonald' & band name 'Horse'.

HOSIE, BOB (d) - Bert McGregor Band (-'65-)

HOSIE, MANSON (bl/ ) - Jazz band leader ('50s) Aberdeenshire.

HOUSTON, EDDIE (g) - Creed

HOUSTON, GARY (b) - Hipsway ('86 -'89 ?)

HOWARD, BRUCE ROBERT (aka Dr. Robert) (lv/sw/g) - Blow Monkeys ('81-'90, '07-)

HOWARD, PETER ( ) - Cheesemongers ('00 ? -)

HOWAT, RAB (g) - Dogwatch (-'68/'69-), Later perhaps with one of the Chris McClure (Christian) line ups.

HOWATT, MALCOLM ( ) - Candy Floss

HOWIE, CRAIG (bv) - Yoshi ('07-'09)

HOWIE, SIMON (acc) Dunning - Simon Howie Scottish Dance Band ('90s ? -)

HOWITT, LINDA (ag/sw) - Acoustic guitarist, singer songwriter & author. Released 'Restless Heart' CD 2015.

HOY, MARK (g) - Hope Street Band

HUBAND, JOHN (acc/kb) - Jim Reid collaboration '90.

HUGGINS, ROBIN (g/v) - Big Blue ('89-'92), Puzzlers ('11)

HUGHES, BRIAN (v/g/sw) Born Dumbarton '59. 1st album ('99), Brian Hughes & The Lone Sharks ('99 ? -)

HUGHES, CELIA ( ) - Billy McGregor & His Big Beat Group

HUGHES, CHARLIE (g) - Hi-Fi Combo (1960-65)

HUGHES, CLIFFORD (v.t.) (-'70s-) Singer, head teacher, minister

HUGHES, DAVEY (b/sw) - Trashcan Sinatras (? - '05). Still writes for the band in '10.

HUGHES, HARRY (d) Born Fauldhouse - Golden Crusaders (early-mid '60s), Premiers ('64-'66), '1-2-3' ('66-'67)

renamed 'Clouds' ('67-'71), Mahatma Kane Jeeves ( ) An early 'Queen' played support to this band, Caledonia ( )

HUGHESON, MAGNUS (v/g) - Miss The Occupier ('03-)

HUME, ZEIK (v) - Bodkin (-'72-)

HUNTER, ALAN (v/g) - Emerald Sunday

HUNTER, ALISTAIR (acc) - Alistair Hunter Lorne Scottish Dance Band (-'93-)

HUNTER, BOB (g) - Melotones ('52-)

HUNTER, BRIAN ( ) - Small Fry, Breadline

HUNTER, CRAIG (d) - Calanish (pre '96), Laughing Phrogs ('96)

HUNTER, FRANK (lv) - Officer ('77-'79), Memphis Showband ('84-'92)

HUNTER, JOHN PAUL (g) - Haze (-'06-)

HUNTER, KEITH (kb) - V2 Schneider (? -'09-)

HUNTER, KENNY (d) - Joe Lethal ('77-early '80s)

HUNTER, MARK (b/bv) - Thanes

HUNTER, NIGEL ( ) - Locrian Mode (early '70s)

HUNTER, ROB (d/bv) - Calystane Ceilidh Band, Southsiders, Edinburgh Academy Pipe Band, Thee Comrades/V2 Schneider ('04-)

HUNTLEY, ALEX KAPRANOS (g/v/bz/banolele) See 'Alex Kapranos'.

HURREN, BRIAN (kb/v/g/d) - Runrig ('05-)

HUSH, JAMES (d) - Embers ('63), Jury, Writing On The Wall

HUTCHESON, JIM ( ) - Deep End (-'74-'81-)

HUTCHINSON, TREVOR (b) - Waterboys (-'91)

HUTCHISON, GRANT (d/v) - Frightened Rabbit ('04 -)

HUTCHISON, IAIN ( ) - New Voices Band (-'08-)

HUTCHISON, JIM ( ) - Arbroath Reivers ('60s), solo artiste (early '70s)

HUTCHISON, SCOTT (v/g) - Frightened Rabbit ('03-)

HUTTON, ALI (hbp/wh/g) - Brolum, Back Of The Moon ('00-'07), Gordon Duncan Band, Dougie MacLean Band, Jamie Smith Experiment, Cantrip, Deaf Shepherd, Trotters, Walkabout Ceilidh Band, Capercaillie, Old Blind Dogs ('07-), Maeve MacKinnon

HUTTON, ALEX (g/v/f/mn) - Tinkers Loan ('74-'75), Islanders Country Band ('74-'75)

HUTTON, DOUGIE (g/ag/b/v) - Shiel Avenue Band ('67-'72), Key ('72), Ohio ('73), Phase ('73-'74), Tinkers Loan (b/v) ('74-'75), All Stars (g/v) ('74-'75), Islanders Country Band (b/v) ('74-'75), Stack (Mk 1) (b/v) ('75), Blizzard (g/v) ('76), Forfar Folk Duo (ag/v) ('76-'77),  Hayze ('77-'78), Dansettes ('82-'83)

HUTTON, INNES (b/per) - Peatbog Faeries

HYND, RICHARD (d) - Slide (-'89-), Texas (1991-99)

HYNDE, SHEILAGH (aka FAY FIFE)(v/kb) - Rezillos ('76-'78), Revillos ('79-'85, '94-'96)

HYSLOP, KENNY (d) - Pram ('68- ?), Beings (-'72), Salvation ('72-'74), Slik, PVC2, Zones ('78-'79), Skids ('81), Simple Minds ('81-'82), Set The Tone, One O'Clock Gang, Big George & The Business, drum tutor

Billy Hall 3.7.09

 Billy Hall

Sandy Harvey

 Sandy

Harvey

Mike Heron

 Mike Heron

John Hair on 'What You Gonna Do About It'

Bruce Robert Howard on 'Diggin Your Scene'

Billy Hall on 'Feelings' & 'Walkin' By Myself'

Bruce Robert Howard Sheena McDonald (Horse)

 Horse

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McDonald)

 Bruce Robert Howard

Colin Hay

 Colin Hay

J. Murdoch Henderson

 J. Murdoch Henderson

Clouds - Harry Hughes

 Harry Hughes

Lewis Hamilton

 Lewis

Hamilton

Alex Harvey Pat Hamill

Pat

Hamill

Calvin Harris 2010

 Calvin Harris

John Hair c

 John Hair

Rufus Hok (aka James Foster-Lamb)

 Rufus Hok

 Brian Hardie

 

 

 

click the link to see Brian with 'Clockwork Strawberry' in 1972

Bill Hatje - Agatha's new bassman, Dec '70

Bill Hatje

May Harold

 May Harold

'Every Little Thing' Brian with C.S. on Soundcloud 'World's Fair' extract of UK Top 100 Chart, 1.8.64

Alex Harvey - small picture, big man.

Left (click for larger image) shows a modest chart placing for Alex in Aug '64, interestingly just one place higher than 'The High Numbers'. They were about to change their name to 'The Who'....

STU WHO

Stu Henderson (aka 'Stu Who ?)

Itai Itai : Another Bloody War Pic_3027

 Linda Howitt