The Hot Rods - In Memory of Barrie Masters
Surviving members of Eddie & The Hot Rods will be out on the road in 2020 in memory of their legendary lead singer, Barrie Masters, who passed away in October 2019.
The shows will see bassist Ian 'Dispter' Dean take on the duty of lead vocals. With drummer Simon Bowley, and guitarist Richard Holgarth this line up of Eddie & The Hot Rods backed Barrie Masters for nearly 20 years, making them the longest serving line up in the bands history. Tributes to Barrie Masters were led online by Spandau Ballet's Gary and Martin Kemp, The Damned's Captain Sensible and TV nature show host Chris Packham. His funeral was attended by all living original members of Eddie & The Hot Rods, Dr Feelgood, and Green Day's live guitarist Kevin Preston who made a special journey following a performance at the MTV Video Music Awards
The Hot Rods
Eddie and the Hot Rods began life in 1976, when four teenagers from Southend on Sea got together, and playing their own style of fast energetic rock'n'roll/r'n'b, were soon a big hit on the London pub scene. Catching the eyes and ears of the music press and the major record companies, they were soon signed up by the legendary Island Records and went on to have three hit albums and three Top 40 UK singles including the Top 10 hit 'Do Anything You Wanna Do'. There have been numerous TV appearances worldwide and they have filled almost every major venue in the UK. A success in the USA too, they have toured alongside The Ramones, Tom Petty, The Police, Squeeze and Talking Heads.
See 10 tour dates featuring The Hot Rods
- Greystones Road
- S11 7BS