|Birth Day||December 4, 1950|
|Age||70 YEARS OLD|
Best known as a founding member of The Bootleg Beatles and a cast member of the musical Beatlemania, this English musician also released a 1974 solo album titled All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go.
In his late twenties, he joined the London West End cast of Beatlemania. Prior to his involvement with Beatlemania, he had sung Christmas carols outside the home of Paul McCartney's father.
He penned "I Could Never Miss You (More Than I Do)" and several other tracks on a 1978 album released by the Scottish singer Lulu.
Like all of the members of the Beatles, he was born and raised in England.
In his Beatles tribute group, he played the role of John Lennon.