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Heavy Pettin'

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Glasgow, Scotland
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1981
Genre:
NWOBHM, Hard Rock
Lyrical themes:
Love, Rock, Personal issues
Current label:
Struggler
Years active:
1981-1988, 2017-present
Heavy Pettin' was formed in Glasgow in mid-1981 when guitarist Gordon Bonnar, bassist Brian Waugh, and drummer Gary Moat of the band Weeper (1975-'81) added vocalist Steve Hayman and lead guitarist Punky Mendoza to their line-up and decided on a new name.

Compilation appearances:
- "In and Out of Love" on Metal Killers II (Kastle Killers, 1984)
- "Throw a Party" on Metal Madness (Concept, 1985)
Current
Mick Ivory Drums
Gordon Bonnar Guitars
See also: ex-Mother's Ruin, ex-Weeper
Dave Aitken Guitars
Steve "Hamie" Hayman Vocals
See also: ex-Chyld
Past
Brian Waugh Bass
See also: ex-Weeper
Gary Moat Drums
See also: Burnt Out Wreck, Mother's Ruin, ex-Weeper
Punky Mendoza Guitars
Jez Parry Bass (2017-2022)
Mick Ivory Drums
Gordon Bonnar Guitars
See also: ex-Mother's Ruin, ex-Weeper
Dave Aitken Guitars
Steve "Hamie" Hayman Vocals
See also: ex-Chyld
Brian Waugh Bass
See also: ex-Weeper
Gary Moat Drums
See also: Burnt Out Wreck, Mother's Ruin, ex-Weeper
Punky Mendoza Guitars
Jez Parry Bass (2017-2022)
Added by: mefistofelico Modified by: Gelordum
Added on: 2004-09-24 19:52:12 Last modified on: 2022-07-18 17:34:05