Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs were an Australian pop and rock group dating from the mid-1960s. The group enjoyed success in the mid-1960s, but split in 1967. They re-emerged in the early 1970s to become one of the most popular Australian hard-rock bands of the period. Thorpe died from a heart attack in Sydney on 28 February 2007.
BAND STAND July 1966 Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs – Poison Ivy
The Leadbellies are a “Hot Rod Electric Dance Blues Band”. That’s a mouthful which describes the essence of the band, but for apt simplicity just refer to them as ‘The Leadbellies’.
They are a Newcastle based blues line-up, who guarantee to switch on your musical energy, and drive your natural need to groove and dance! No boring sleepy stuff from these guys! That’s for sure. So folks, Don’t miss the “LEADBELLIES” the king of Newcastle Blues dance Bands playing at a venue near you