Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich

60’s Pop

Years active 1964-present

always klick on pic’s.

L-R: Beaky, Mick, Dozy, Tich and Dave Dee c.1967

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich

Salisbury, England

The group was formed in 1961 and

originally called Dave Dee and the Bostons



Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich were a British pop/rock group of the 1960s. Two of their single releases sold in excess of one million copies each, and they reached number one in the UK Singles Chartwith the second of them, "The Legend of Xanadu".


Five friends from WiltshireDavid John Harman (Dave Dee), Trevor Leonard Ward-Davies (Dozy), John Dymond (Beaky), Michael Wilson (Mick) and Ian Frederick Stephen Amey (Tich), formed a group in 1961, originally called Dave Dee and the Bostons. They soon gave up their jobs (e.g. Dave Dee was a policeman) to make their living from music. Apart from performing in the UK, they also occasionally played in Hamburg (Star-ClubTop Ten Club) and in Cologne (Storyville). Ward-Davies had acquired his nickname when he unwrapped a chocolate bar before absent-mindedly discarding the bar and attempting to eat the wrapper.

Vocalist Dave Dee, the ex-policeman, was at the scene of the motoring accident that took the life of the American rock and roller Eddie Cochran and injured Gene Vincent in April 1960. … Read the original text here >>>  DDDBMT

Hold Tight - 1966

Bend It - 1966

Zabadak - 1967

Legend Of Xanadu - 1968

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