Biography

MARCUS MYERS started out playing in punk bands in Brighton, notably “Midnight and the Lemonboys”, touring and supporting U2 on their first tours of the UK, aged 17. Nick Sayer (lead guitar) went on to form Transvision Vamp with great success. He also filled in for band mates “Peter and the Test Tube Babies” when needed. Drummer “Oggs” played in both bands.

He moved to London to join Youth´s new band “Brilliant”, after “Killing Joke” split up, releasing three singles. Marcus left just as they signed to Food records. Jimmy Cauty took over guitar before going on to form KLF. June Montana took over lead vocals from backing vocals.

He then joined “Hard Rain”, signed to London Records, released two EP´s, made a movie (starring in and doing all the incidental music, which they never got paid for) called “Forbidden Sun” in the USA, the “Bulldance” in the UK. Starring, Lauren Hutton, Cliff de Young and Robert Beltran (Chakotay in Star Trek!) It was filmed in the former Yugoslavia.  They then promptly split up.

They  reformed  recently due to a resurge of popularity in Spain. Their single “Diamonds” having been a hit in the 1990´s.  “Hard Rain” have released an album called “Diamonds the Album” , a snappy title, full of all the songs they never recorded and should have. The single “Diamonds”  and the album is available on iTunes and Amazon. They are now called “Hard Rain London”, due to London records signing a new band afterwards with the same name, confused, so are we…

He then joined “Then Jerico” (London Records), when the original singer left, writting and recording some great songs, but were left to languish by the record company before finally splitting up. Release those songs Scott Taylor!!!

Luckily “Commanche Park”  needed a guitarist and songwriter.  They released two singles and two videos with Sony. The band were dropped by the record company after recording a great album in Richard Bransons Manor studio, never to be released. Marcus then spent a couple of years as a motorcycle courier in Central London.

Eventually he joined “Alisha’s Attic” as a guitarist, they had numerous hits, toured the world and appeared on many TV shows including “Top of the Pops”, “Live and Kicking”, ” TGI Friday”, MTV, etc….

Marcus went on to do session guitar work on various tours, notably Belinda Carlisle, Maria Nayler and Plavka.

He then moved to Spain to enjoy singing, performing, entertaining and living the life! A little disapointed with the London music scene…..