Browsing: Artists – T

Marc Bolan (born Mark Feld) was the elfin prince of Glam. He’d tried being a mod, he’d tried being a hippie, he’d tried being a model, but he was ultimately…

T’Pau formed in 1986 in Shropshire, taking their name from a Vulcan priestess by the same name on the Star Trek TV series. Fronted by vocalist Carol Decker (a former lifeguard at…

With origins in Canberra (Australia) in 1977, and founded by singer, songwriter and guitarist David Studdert, Tactics relocated to Sydney and built a substantial audience in the inner-city and toured…

Tages were a Swedish rock and roll/psychedelic/folk band formed in the early 60s near Gothenburg. The band released a number of singles and LPs in their native Sweden to considerable…

As the most popular teen pop sensation in Britain since the 1960s, Take That ruled the UK charts during the first half of the 90s. In strict commercial terms, the…

Talk Talk began their career in 1981 as a synth-pop new wave band who looked pretty and sounded slick and shuffled gawkily around the New Romantic fringes – they were certainly dark and synthy…

Formed in February 1986, Talulah Gosh were a guitar-pop group from Oxford, who formed because they wanted to support The Pastels. They quickly became one of the leading bands of the…

One of the most startling allegations about ex-Bay City Rollers manager Thomas “Tam” Paton (b. 1937) involved him setting his dogs on the father of singer Les McKeown, who’d popped round…

Tamam Shud began life as a Newcastle (Australia) instrumental band called The Four Strangers. The group released one well-regarded surf instrumental single -The Rip b/w Pearl Diver – for Astor in 1964, after…

Atlanta’s Tams were among the more popular up-tempo soul groups of the 60s, although they were never able to break Motown’s pop stranglehold. Joseph Pope’s gravely-voiced lead vocals were their…

There were two turning points for West Berlin art student-turned-rock guitarist Edgar Froese. The first was working with – and writing music for – Salvador Dali. The second was a…

Not to be confused with the Rory Gallagher-fronted blues band of the early 70s, this Melbourne (Australia) band was an archetypal glam rock outfit that hedged its bets by catering…

The five Tavares brothers – Ralph, Antone (Chubby), Arthur (Pooch), Perry Lee (Tiny) and Feliciano (Butch) – scored a string of light soul-pop and disco hits on the R&B charts…