Last updated: 08-12-2017

Lead Vocals: Ian Eves

Guitar: David Seymore (2)Peter Hull > Bass (3)David Haywood

Bass: Brian Seymore (2)Bob Secker (3)Peter Hull

Vocals,Keys: Danny Eves (2)Ted Fuller

Drums: Steve Henry (2)Denny Royal


in September 1966 after a year as The Sounds Reformed the group settled for the more laconic title of Reformation


The group found a reputation for a solid professional performance. The first line-up of the band bore a resemblance to that of The Strollers. It was the bringing in of ex Broker, Peter Hull that was the catalyst in the evolution of the group that resulted in the departure of David & Brian Seymour almost simultaniously with Brian being replaced by Bob Secker


Their popularity kept them as regulars at Cromers, Olympia and Links venues supporting some of the countrys top acts


In [month required] 1969 for what would also become their crossover from the sixties to the seventies the final line-up of Reformation became Stockpot


Supports: Ben E King / Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band / The Equals / The Truth / The Alan Bown Set /Simon K & The Meantimers / The Syn / Jimmy James & the Vagabonds / Cat Stevens / The Pretty Things / Marmalade /The Dyaks / Motivation / Zoot Money & His Big Roll Band /The Epics / State Express / Studio Six / Syrian Blues / The Humming Birds / The Reasons / Tiffany & the Tiffany Show / Deuce Coupe / Little John & The Shadrocks / Chicken Shack / The Band Wagon / The Grand Union /Hal C Blake / The Legend Of Bermont / Edwin Starr & The JJ Sounds / The Montana’s / The Alan Price Set / Robb Storme & The Whispers


(Hull -The Brokers) (Royal - Patto’s People) Sounds Reformed <> Stock Pot / Pam’s Country People