Eire Apparent

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Eire Apparent was a band from Northern Ireland, noted for launching the careers of Henry McCullough and Ernie Graham, and for having Jimi Hendrix play on, and produce, their only album.


The People

Pop outfit The People - who had evolved out of earlier band 'Tony & The Telstars' - featured singer Ernie Graham (born Ernest Harold Graham, 14 June 1946, Belfast), drummer Davy Lutton (born William David Lutton, 1946, Belfast) and bassist Chris Stewart (born Eric Christopher Stewart, 1946, Belfast, Co Antrim), and had also included former Them keyboard player Eric Wrixon, They had contributed two songs to the February 1966 compilation album Ireland's Greatest Sounds: Five Top Groups From Belfast's Maritime Club. In mid-1966 a "browned-off" Eric Wrixon announced the band were moving to England: "We hope it's forever... Nowhere, but nowhere, could be worse than Belfast." At the time they were using a stand-in guitarist and hoping to recruit Billy Harrison (ex-Them). Very soon afterwards Wrixon defected to another Belfast group resident on the...
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