Years: 1964 - 1969
Styles: Pop Rock, Power Pop
David "Dai" Jenkins - Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1964 - Aug 12, 1967)
Pete Ham - Guitar, Keyboards, Lead guitar, Vocals (in band: 1964 - Dec, 1969)
Terry Gleason - Drums (in band: 1964 - Feb 27, 1965)
Ron Griffiths - Bass Guitar, Vocals (in band: 1964 - Nov, 1969)
Tom Evans - Guitar, Vocals (in band: Aug 20, 1967 - Dec, 1969)
Mike Gibbins - Drums, Vocals (in band: Mar 10, 1965 - Dec, 1969)
The Iveys formed in 1961 in Swansea, from The Panthers, whose lineup comprised Ham, Griffiths , Roy Anderson , and David 'Dai' Jenkins . Playing under various names including The Black Velvets and the Wild Ones, by 1964 they settled on The Iveys, after a street in Swansea called Ivey Place. In March 1965, drummer Gibbins joined The Iveys. The group secured concerts around Swansea area, opening for prominent British groups such as the Spencer Davis Group, The Who, The Moody Blues and The Yardbirds.
The group's first single, "Maybe Tomorrow", was released worldwide on 15 November 1968. It reached the Top Ten in several European countries and Japan, but only number 67 on the US Billboard Hot 100, but failed to chart in the UK.
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