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LITTLE RIVER BAND was formed in April 1975 in Melbourne, Australia. The first formation of the band included Glenn Shorrock, Graeham Goble, Derek Pellicci, Roger McLachlan, Rick Formosa and myself. This formation recorded the first two LITTLE RIVER BAND albums, Little River Band and After Hours. Within a year of recording Little River Band, the band’s manager signed a deal with Capitol Records in the United States.

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Graeham Goble, Russ Johnson and John Mower were members of ALISON GROS, a group from Adelaide, South Australia. They recorded an album of original songs for the Fable label in Melbourne. On completion of the recording it was decided they needed a new name. They settled on MISSISSIPPI as their name that also became the title of their debut album released on the Bootleg label in 1971.

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After the break up of ZOOT, Darryl Cotton and I were approached by an advertising agency that had the idea of forming another band they wanted to call DEEP FRIEZE. One of their advertising accounts was Frieze Brothers Suits, located in Melbourne, Australia.

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We named our first band TIMES UNLIMITED. John and I shared the vocals as I did not play an instrument at the time. When Darryl Cotton joined as our lead singer, we changed our name to DOWN THE LINE after a Hollies song off one of their albums.

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