|DUBLIN||1984 - 1986|
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The Fallen Angels was a Dublin-based band active during the mid-1980s. The band featured Tom Doyle [Vocals & Guitar], Alan Montgomery [Guitar, Bass Guitar & Vocals], Ed McGinley [Bass Guitar, Guitar & Vocals] and Joey Pleass [Drums]. Tom had previously performed with The Letters.
There is limited information available on this band. However, The Fallen Angels are known to have recorded a Fanning Session. This set included the song 'Motel Burning Down'. In 1985, the band contributed the track 'Small Beer' to the 'Live At The Underground' compilation which also featured compositions by the likes of A-House, Something Happens and the Stars Of Heaven.
The band split in 1986. Alan, Ed and Joey would all go on to play with Fevertrain and then The Dixons. Alan also featured with Revelino, Blue Ghost and Good Tiger. Ed later performed with The Racketeers and The Winters while Joey was to be found working with Hank Halfhead and Interference.
Tom Doyle [Vocals & Guitar], Alan Montgomery [Guitar, Bass Guitar & Vocals], Ed McGinley [Bass Guitar, Guitar & Vocals], Joey Pleass [Drums]
FAMILY TREE LINKS
Blue Ghost, The Dixons, Fevertrain, Good Tiger, Hank Halfhead, Interference, The Letters, The Racketeers, Revelino, The Winters
'Motel Burning Down', 'Small Beer'