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Urchin

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Hackney, London, England
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1972
Genre:
Hard Rock/NWOBHM
Lyrical themes:
Women, Life, Rock Culture
Last label:
High Roller Records
Years active:
1972-1974 (as Evil Ways), 1974-1980
Not to be confused with the rock band from Birmingham, West Midlands, England.

Urchin was an English band, best known for featuring guitarist Adrian Smith, and later Dave Murray, the longtime guitar duo of Iron Maiden.

Some Urchin songs later appeared on Iron Maiden albums, like "22 Acacia Avenue".

Also recorded an unreleased 7" in August, 1976 with the following tracks:
"Without Love" ...
Last known
Barry Tyler Drums (1972-1980)
Adrian Smith Guitars (1972-1980), Vocals (lead) (1972-1975, 1977-1980)
See also: Iron Maiden, ex-A.S.A.P., ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Psycho Motel, Primal Rock Rebellion, ex-Bruce Dickinson, ex-Broadway Brats, ex-Stone Free, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers
Alan Levett Bass (1976-1980)
See also: ex-Berlyn
Andy Barnett Guitars (1978-1980)
See also: Metal Mirror, ex-A.S.A.P., ex-FM, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers
Dick Young Keyboards (1979-1980)
See also: ex-A.S.A.P.
Past
John Hoye Bass (1972-1976)
Dave Murray Guitars (1972-1974, 1977-1978)
See also: Iron Maiden, ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Electric Gas, ex-Legend, ex-Stone Free, ex-The Secret
Maurice Coyne Guitars (1974-1978)
See also: ex-Berlyn, ex-Evil Ways
David Hall Vocals (lead) (1975-1977)
Barry Tyler Drums (1972-1980)
Adrian Smith Guitars (1972-1980), Vocals (lead) (1972-1975, 1977-1980)
See also: Iron Maiden, ex-A.S.A.P., ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Psycho Motel, Primal Rock Rebellion, ex-Bruce Dickinson, ex-Broadway Brats, ex-Stone Free, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers
Alan Levett Bass (1976-1980)
See also: ex-Berlyn
Andy Barnett Guitars (1978-1980)
See also: Metal Mirror, ex-A.S.A.P., ex-FM, ex-The Entire Population of Hackney / The Sherman Tankers
Dick Young Keyboards (1979-1980)
See also: ex-A.S.A.P.
John Hoye Bass (1972-1976)
Dave Murray Guitars (1972-1974, 1977-1978)
See also: Iron Maiden, ex-Hear 'n Aid, ex-Electric Gas, ex-Legend, ex-Stone Free, ex-The Secret
Maurice Coyne Guitars (1974-1978)
See also: ex-Berlyn, ex-Evil Ways
David Hall Vocals (lead) (1975-1977)
Added by: Zodijackyl Modified by: aeternus1990
Added on: 2015-03-25 22:44:41 Last modified on: 2015-07-12 12:55:46