Jay Pepper Admits It May Be Time To Bring Curtain Down On Tigertailz

(Classic Rock) Tigertailz guitarist Jay Pepper has shared his frustration over the turmoil that's surrounded his band over the past five years.

He and bassist Pepsi Tate restarted the Welsh outfit in 2004 but their plans were derailed when Tate was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He died in 2007 after they'd released two new albums, Bezerk 2.0 and Thrill Pistol.

Since then Pepper has remained with the band as frontman Kim Hooker returned then left again, amid a revolving-door progression of other musicians. Yesterday original drummer Ace Finchum announced his second departure, calling the organisation a "bloody mess."

With bassist Jason Sims having recently dropped, Pepper admits it could be time to "bring the curtain down" but he's not yet sure.

He spoke to Classic Rock about the ups and downs of the band's recent incarnation. Read that here.

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