Gina, Dale Haze and the Champions
 started life in the seaside village of Ballycotton in in 1973
The group, originally from Cork, consisted of a four-piece backing band (The Champions) and two lead singers (Gina and Dale Haze) Female lead, Gina took the vocal duties on most of the singles, while male lead Dale Haze (real name Gerdie MacKey) continued a parallel solo career Members of the backing group were Pat Walshe, Mossey Walshe, Eddie Fitzgerald and Tony Hornibrooke.
Their hits include songs like “A Real Good Feeling,” “A Kind of Hush” and “Give Me Back My Love.
They featured regularly in the Irish charts - their biggest hits including "Minnie Minnie", "Do You Wanna Do It", "You're the Greatest Lover", "Who Do You Wanna Be" and "Playing with Fire" They were voted Top Irish Pop Band in a number of voters polls over the period also.


 


Pat Walshe,Mossey Walshe,Dale Haze
Eddie Fitzgerald,Tony Hornibrooke
From John Bairds collection
bairdart@iol.ie
 

 
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