The Outlaws (UK band)

The Outlaws (UK Band)

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The Outlaws were an English instrumental band that recorded in the early 1960s. One time members included Ritchie Blackmore, Chas Hodges, Bobby Graham, Ken Lundgren, Mick Underwood, Reg Hawkins (born Reginald Hawkins, in 1942), Billy Kuy and others.

Their name was originally conceived by Joe Meek, who needed a backing group for Mike Berry's "Set Me Free" in 1960. After that recording, they continued being one of the house bands of his recording studio at 304 Holloway Road, London. As such, they were used for recordings, demo and audition. Many of their songs were written by Meek and credited to his pseudonym, Robert Duke. They appeared as themselves in the 1963 British film, Live It Up!.

In addition to featuring on three hit singles backing Mike Berry, they also recorded singles in their own right, see discography below.



With the line-up : Billy Kuy, Bobby Graham, Chas Hodges, Reg Hawkins
  • "Swingin' Low" b/w "Spring is Near" (March 1961) - UK #46
  • "Ambush" b/w "Indian Brave" (June 1961) - UK #43
  • "Valley of the Sioux" b/w "Crazy Drums" (September 1961)
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