Voyager formed in Newbury (Berkshire) – originally as The Paul French Connection – and charted in 1979 with their debut single Halfway Hotel which reached #35 in the UK (#15 in Australia) and became the title track of their debut album.
Their second album – Act of Love (1980) – produced the single Sing Out (Love Is Easy) which received saturation radio airplay in Britain but did not chart.
A third (self-titled) followed in 1981 with Dominic Telfer on bass, replacing Chris Hook. The single from this album, Rosie, did not chart either.
After touring extensively, and in the absence of any further chart hits, Voyager disbanded in 1981.
Singer Paul French took a different musical direction becoming a full-time composer.
Following the release of a retrospective CD in 2004, the original lineup reunited for an album of original material in 2006 entitled Eyecontact.
Vocals, guitar, keyboards