The Fourmost

60’s Pop

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Liverpool, England

Years active 1961 - present


The Fourmost were an English Merseybeat band that recorded in the 1960s. Their biggest UK hit single was "A Little Loving" in 1964.


Guitarist/vocalist Brian O'Hara and best friend guitarist/vocalist Joey Bower (born Joseph Bower, 17 November 1939, Dingle, Liverpool, Lancashire) formed the Two Jays in 1957. The group changed its name to the Four Jays in September 1959 when bass guitarist/singer Billy Hatton and drummer Brian Redman (born 21 June 1941, Huyton, Liverpool, Lancashire) joined the group. The Four Jays played at the Cavern Club on 1 March 1961. Rhythm guitarist/singer Mike Millward (ex-the Undertakers) joined the Four Jays in November 1961, followed by drummer/singer Dave Lovelady in September 1962. The band changed its name to the Fourmost in October 1962. On 30 June 1963, the group signed a management contract with Brian Epstein.[1] This led to their being auditioned by George Martinand signed to EMI's Parlophone record label. … Read full Info here >>> The Fourmost

Original Band members; Brian O’Hara born 12 March 1941, Dingle, Liverpool, died 27 June 1999, Wavertree, Liverpool (suicide)Mike Millward born Michael Millward, 9 May 1942, Bromborough, Cheshire, died 7 March 1966, at Clatterbridge Hospital, Bebington, CheshireBilly Hatton born William Hatton, 9 June 1941Dingle, Liverpool, died 19 September 2017, LiverpoolDave Lovelady born David Lovelady, 16 October 1942Litherland, Liverpool 

Best Of … [2005]

Hello Little Girl - 1963

How Can I Tell Her - 1964

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