The Boys of Chavington
Urmston


 

Line-up
   
Andy lead singer
Brian Cooper rhythm
David Monks rhythm
Jan (Ian Stewart) lead guitar
? drums

Images courtesy Martin Cooper
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In mid 64 the band went through some changes, Brian Cooper and Ian McBrearty moved on and Alan joined us  on bass.

We decided at that point to change the name of the band to STAGE 4 and took on a new manager Paul Hartley, known to his friends as Peas.  We carried on with this format until late 66 when I left the band to move to Blackpool and join a local group  Groveyard.

 


   
   
   
   
   
 
   

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martin cooper says...
Hello Ian ,
My Dad, Brian Cooper died from stomach cancer back in 2000.
Found lots of pics of the group with an album of tickets where you played when mum died in 2015.
Regards Martin Cooper
6th February 2017 8:49pm
martin cooper says...
Hello Nicole , my Dad Brian Cooper and your Dad were best friends for years !
I have other photo's of Dave and Brian if your interested.
Best Regards Martin Cooper
mcooper@pumpgroup.co.uk
4th February 2017 3:24am
Ross Shearer says...
My self and my mum are so pleased to come across these pictures of the boys. Im one of David Monks grandsons and due to the nature of his early death none of the three daughters that survived him had access to this side of his life until now. ... Read More
27th November 2016 2:39am
Stuart Edwards says...
I was pleasantly surprised to see details of the Boys of Chavington, may I correct the details you have. I was the lead singer and Andy Mc was bass, Brian Cooper, rhythm, Dave Monk was lead with Andy on drums. Sadly Dave was killed in motorbike ... Read More
9th September 2015 2:20am
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