1970 - Bye-Laws & Maxie, Dick & Twink
L-R Paul Holohan, Dick, Pat Morris, Twink,
Jimmy Conway, Maxie, Aidan Scannell
1967 - The Bye-Laws
L-R Pat Morris, Jimmy Conway, Aidan Scannell & Paul Holohan
My dad was in a Pop Group called "the Bye Laws"
in the late 60s ..
they had a couple of hits and quite a hardcore following from what I've heard
.."run baby run" and "then you can tell me goodbye" ..covers ..you know ..
they'd play the charts in dance halls but he
enjoyed an insular sort of fame for a time ..I think it was in the paper when
he got married .my dad ..he loved it ..you know ..and often tells stories about the glory days
and how they (the Bye Laws) very nearly became "Edison Lighthouse"
(Edison Lighthouse were the band that fronted the popular 70s hit
"Love grows where my Rosemary goes") .
Paul Holohan son Niall James Holohan - Dark Prince of Pop
I am not in any of the pictures with Jim
however there are several pictures of me on Francis Kennedys new web site.
There is Par3,The Bye-Laws No.one Pop Group from 1967 to 1969 and Muriel Day
whom I have played with since coming to Canada in October 1970.
A short while ago I released my first CD of original Christian songs entitled
WALKING BESIDE HIM, it is avaible through the web site www.catholicmusicnetwork.com.
All the best for now Aidan Scannell
From Aidan Scannell's collection
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