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Encyclopedia entry for 'The Headhunters' LETTER:

Formed in 1980
StyleR&B
 Original line-up: Marc Hunter (vocals; from Dragon), Mick Cocks (guitar; ex-Rose Tattoo), Kevin Borich (guitar; from Kevin Borich Express), Todd Hunter (bass; from Dragon), John Watson (drums; from Kevin Borich Express)
 Album: Outlaw Boogie Vol. 1 (Oz Bike, 1993).

History
Sydney band The Headhunters was essentially an ad hoc aggregation of musicians who were drawn together by a love of playing raucous R&B. The band has not toured constantly, only assembling as the need arose. There have been many different line-ups over the years, with the likes of Mark Evans (guitar, ex-AC/DC,Heaven), Dave Tice (vocals; ex-Buffalo, Count Bishops), Greg Skehill (drums; ex-Sardine v), Ian Lees (bass; ex-Moving Pictures) and Paul DeMarco (drums; ex-Illustrated Men) passing through the band's ranks. Dave Tice sang on the band's 1986 single, `I Believe in Love'/ `Buy Me a Ticket'. The 1992 line-up of Tice, DeMarco, Lees, Steve Edmonds (guitar) and Mike Gubb (keyboards) recorded the album Outlaw Boogie Vol. 1.



Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop / Ian McFarlane 1999
under licence from Allen & Unwin Pty Ltd

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