British Rockers Sharks Reunite Recap

On Monday British Rockers Sharks Reunite was a top story. Here is the recap: (TeamRock Radio) British rock band Sharks have reformed with three original members - Chris Spedding (guitar), Steve (Snips) Parsons and Nicky Judd (keyboards). Also on board are Sex Pistol/Professionals drummer Paul Cook (drums) and Toshi Ogawa from Kingmob and Hey! Hello! on bass.

Sharks were originally formed in 1972 by Andy Fraser after the demise of Free, who left the band before their second album, Jab It In Yore Eye, which gained them a cult following amongst the punk cognoscenti, including The Clash, Chrissie Hynde and The Sex Pistols. The latter worked with Spedding on the demos for Never Mind The Bollocks.

Over the last 40 years guitarist/singer Spedding and singer/composer Snips have performed and recorded with the likes of Paul McCartney, Johnny Marr, The Sex Pistols, Ginger Baker, The Cramps, Elton John, Roxy Music, Tom Waits and The Wombles.

"For me Sharks reforming is both surprising and an inevitable turn on the wheel of fortune," says Snips. "Surprising because me and Chris have never been look-back guys. Inevitable because since I returned to performance after being an invisible music guy for film and TV, everything I've done has been with Spedding." Read more - here.

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