Ned Spoon

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Centre - Mick Goode, bottom left - Brendan Moran, top left - Tommy Glackin,
  top right - John Leech, bottom right - Reg Walker
(thanks to Tom Nevin)

Town/Village/County: Dublin

Vocals: Reg Walker
Lead Guitar:
Tommy Glackin
2nd Guitar:
Bass:
John Leech
Drums: Brendan Moran
Piano/Organ:
Mick Goode
Other:
Manager:
"The blond singer is surely Tony Wilson, who allegedly worked in a Golden Discs (Stillorgan Shopping Centre?) at the time.. they opened for Thin Lizzy (along with Jangle Dangle) at the Stadium in Jan 1973. They played their hit of the day, a cover of the James Gang's Walk Away (written by JG leader Joe Walsh)."

John C. Falstaff, Freelance Writer & Host of The Celtic Show on WRFG Atlanta 89.3FM


 From left: Mick Goode, Reg Walker, Brendan Moran, Eddie Shaw and Alan Grundy (thanks to Tom Nevin)
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