Not a lot on Grisby Dyke other than Derek Foley, formerly with The Navadas and Merv’s Bardots, played on the album:
The Adventures of Rosemary La Page / Mary Ann She.
DM 232. 1969.
Derek was also a member of Paladin and played on:
‘Paladin’ Bronze ILPS 9150 1971.
‘Charge’ Bronze ILPS 9190 1972.
Derek later worked with Graham Bond on:
‘Two Heads Are Better Than One’
Chapter 1 CHSR 813. 1972.
Ron Henshall turned professional in 1968 with Grisby Dyke. They supported many groups including Fleetwood Mac, Deep Purple and Rod Stewart, they played with The Grit Band at the Cavern Club in Liverpool around 1970. Two Manchester bands flying the flag in Liverpool.
When Grisby Dyke split Ron joined Socrates a trio who won Opportunity Knocks. He's still playing in 2006 with The Aidan Townsend Band, who can be seen Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at Manchester's Trafford Centre.
Dave Buckle is now working under the stage name of Dave Buck, as an international comedian.
He is still in touch with former members of Grisby Dyke, and still plays drums occasionally with Pete Maclaine and the Clan.