Dave Couse
Vocals

After the break up of A-House, Dave was involved in a number of projects. The only significant output came from Lokomotiv in the shape of the single, 'Next Time Around'. Dave released his debut solo album, 'Genes' in 2003.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: Last Chance A-House Lokomotiv Dave Couse Couse & The Impossible Couse
Fergal Bunbury
Lead Guitar

Fergal went on to record with Dave Couse as part of Lokomotiv. There is currently no further information available.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: A-House Lokomotiv
Martin Healy
Bass Guitar

Martin went on to form AV8 after the breakup of A-House. The band subsequently changed their name to The Sweet Hereafter. In more recent times, Martin has also played with Pony Club.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: A-House AV8 The Sweet Hereafter Pony Club
Dave Dawson
Drums [1990 - 1997]

Before playing with A-House, Dave performed with Swim, who released one album, 'Sundrive Road' in 1990. There is currently no further information available.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: Swim A-House
Dave Morrissey
Keyboards [1990 - 1997]

There is currently no further information available.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: Aiken Drum Missing Link A-House Pony Club
Dermot Wylie
Drums [1985 - 1990]

Dermot played drums with A-House up until the release of 'I Want Too Much'. There is currently no further information available.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: A-House
Susan Kavanagh
Backing Vocals [1990 - 1997]

Prior to joining A-House, Susan was a presenter of the Irish TV programme 'Jo-Maxi'. She joined A-House in 1990 and first appeared on the 'Doodle E.P' of the same year.
PERFORMANCE HISTORY ::: Giant A-House