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United Kingdom rock band formed in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1963 most prominently known for the rock standard "Gloria" and launching singer Van Morrison's musical career.
Disbanded: 1973
Reunion: 1978-1979
Members:
Van Morrison (vocals, harmonica, saxophone, 1964-66), Alan Henderson (4) (bass), Billy Harrison (guitar, vocals, 1964-65, 1979), Ronnie Millings (drums, 1964), Eric Wrixon (piano, 1964, 1979), Pat McAuley (organ, drums, 1964-65), Jackie McAuley (organ, 1965), Pete Bardens (keyboards, 1965), Joe Boni (guitar, 1965), Terry Noone (drums, 1965), Jim Armstrong (guitar, 1965-69), John Wilson (drums, 1965-66), Dave Harvey (drums, 1966), Kenny McDowell (vocals, 1967-69), Mel Austin (vocals, 1979), Billy Bell (drums, 1979), Ray Elliott (organ, sax, flute, 1966-1968), Jerry Cole (vocals, guitar, percussion, 1969-70), Johnny Stark (vocals, drums, 1969-1973), Jim Parker (guitar, 1970-1973)

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Aliases:The Belfast Gypsies
Members:Alan Henderson (4), Billy Bell (3), Billy Harrison, Dave Harvey (7), Eric Bell (2), Eric Wrixon, Ervan James Parker, Jackie McAuley, Jerry Kolbrak, Jim Armstrong, Jim Parker (4), John Wilson (3), Kenny McDowell, Mel Austin, Pat McAuley, Peter Bardens, Ray Elliott, Ronnie Millings, Terry Noon, Van Morrison
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