Contemporary Pop/Rock, AM Pop, Power Pop
Carefree, Cheerful, Effervescent, Sugary, Gleeful, Exuberant, Innocent, Silly, Rollicking, Fun, Rambunctious, Campy, Naive, Bittersweet
The Bay City Rollers are a Scottish pop band whose popularity was highest in the mid 1970s. The British Hit Singles & Albums noted that they were "tartan teen sensations from Edinburgh", and were "the first of many acts heralded as the 'biggest group since the Beatles' and one of the most screamed-at teeny-bopper acts of the 1970s". For a relatively brief but fervent period (nicknamed "Rollermania"), they were worldwide teen idols. The group's line-up featured numerous changes over the years, but the classic line-up during its heyday included guitarists Eric Faulkner and Stuart John Wood, singer Les McKeown, bassist Alan Longmuir, and drummer Derek Longmuir. On 22 September 2015 The Bay City Rollers, including McKeown, Stuart “Woody” Wood and Alan Longmuir announced that they were reforming and would play a show at the Glasgow Barrowlands on December 20.
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Music Genre (Text)
Pop, pop rock, power pop, glam rock
1966–87, 1990, 1998–2000, 2015-
Bell, Arista, Epic
The Saxons (1967–68), The Rollers (1979–81), Eric Faulkner's Bay City Rollers, Les McKeown's Legendary Bay City Rollers, Pilot
Alan Longmuir, Stuart "Woody" Wood, Les McKeown
Past Group Members
Derek Longmuir, Gordon "Nobby" Clark, Keith Norman, David Paton, Eric Manclark, Russell Powell, Billy Lyall, Ray Weston, Neil Henderson, Jimmy Rooney, Archie Marr, John Devine, Eric Faulkner, Ian Mitchell, Pat McGlynn, Duncan Faure
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