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Henry Gorman Band

The Henry Gorman Band started around 1978/79 and won the first Melody Maker 'Battle of the Bands' in Scotland. HGB went on to tour with Frankie Miller, Wishbone Ash, Budgie, Girlschool and played the first Loch Lomond Festival alongside Ian Gillian, Lindisfarne, Wild Horses, Denny Laine and many others.

Later, Henry moved to the states, where he began writing and producing other artists and was signed to Geffen records with his new band Roo Ha Ha as well performing alongside artists such as James Brown, Midge Ure and Robert Palmer. He has co-written and produced songs with writers Scott English (Westlife/Barry Manilow) Kenny Young (The Drifters) Lisa Greene (Britney Spears/ Kylie) Ray St John (Sade) and many more.

The following illustrations are variations for the Henry Gorman Band logo together with sleeve design for their single 'Chase the night Away':

Record sleeve for their single 'Chase the Night Away'.

Slideshow sequence of the Henry Gorman Band recorded in 1979. The photographs, rescanned from the original negatives, were taken around this time during live gigs and before shows in Glasgow.