The Tremeloes

60’s Pop 


Dave Munden – drums, lead vocals (1958–present),   Brian Poole – lead vocals (1958–1968)

Rick Westwood – guitar, vocals (1961–2012),   Alan Blakley – rhythm guitar, keyboards, vocals (1958–1972, 1979–1996; died 1996),

Len "Chip" Hawkes – bass, vocals (1966–1972, 1979–1988),   Mick Clarke – bass, vocals (1966–1967, 1992–1996)

always klick on pic’s.

Essex, England

Years active 1958 - present

Great Britain

Website: The Tremeloes

The Tremeloes 1968

The Tremeloes are an English beat group founded in 1958 in DagenhamEssex, and still active today[when?]. They were part of the British Invasion, where they grew to prominence.


They were formed as Brian Poole and the Tremoloes (the spelling "tremoloes" was soon changed because of a spelling mistake in an East London newspaper) influenced by Buddy Holly and the CricketsOn New Year's Day, 1962, Decca, looking for a Beat group, auditioned two promising young bands: Brian Poole and the Tremeloes and another combo (also heavily influenced by Buddy Holly) from Liverpoolthe Beatles. Decca chose Brian Poole and the Tremeloes over the Beatles, reportedly based on location – the Tremeloes were from the London area, making them more accessible than the Liverpool-based Beatles. The original quintet consisted of lead vocalist Brian Poole, lead guitarist Rick West (born Richard Westwood), rhythm guitarist/keyboardist Alan Blakley, bassist Alan Howard and drummer Dave Munden. …Read the original text here >>> The Tremeloes

Here Comes My Baby - 1967

Silence Is Golden - 1967

Even The Bad Times Are Good - 1967

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