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1994 - 1997

March
1994

Richard Burton and Peter Fothergill - contemplating the next album

After a short break, Dayglo Fishermen begin production of the next album. It is to be more instrumental in nature. After the first couple of tracks are completed, the band realise that they have created something very special.


August
1994

Big Spoon cover artwork

Peter Fothergill and Richard Burton - proud of their new albumThe new album, Big Spoon, is released. The band are very proud of their new creation, and rightly so. It's imagination, depth, and sheer professionalism are unsurpassed in the history of Dayglo Fishermen.


September
1994

Hocus-Pocus cover artwork

With confidence in their work at it's highest, Dayglo Fishermen record and release a remix album of some of their best tracks. The album is named Hocus-Pocus.


October
1994

Other professional commitments mean that all Dayglo Fishermen work is placed on hold. The Artlite Studios facility is closed.


March
1996

Ginny Owens joins the band

After 17 months of inactivity, Dayglo Fishermen regroup at their new Buckinghamshire facility, Opium Studios. Ginny Owens joins the band. Her evocative siren-like vocals add a new dimension to the Dayglo sound. Production of a new album commences.


August
1996

Dayglo Fishermen - concert at the Garage, Buckinghamshire

Production of the new album is going very well indeed. Pleased with their work so far, Dayglo Fishermen perform live at the Garage, Buckinghamshire. It's a small, private venue, and Ginny's first time on stage with the band. The audience are amazed.


March
1997

Dayglo Fishermen live at the Rock Garden, Covent Garden, London

With the new album reaching it's final stages of production, Dayglo Fishermen play their first central London concert at the Rock Garden, Covent Garden. Many of songs from the new album are played, and the crowd goes wild with delight.


April
1997

Dayglo Fishermen - publicity shoot for the album Space Dog

A photo shoot for the new album takes place.


August
1997

Space Dog cover artwork

Finally, after much anticipation, the new album, cleverly named Space Dog, is released. The public and press response is generally excellent.


October
1997

The core of Dayglo Fishermen music - the incredible Korg M1

Dayglo Fishermen just can't seem to stop writing music, so production of the next album begins.


November
1997

Dayglo Fishermen return to the Rock Garden, Covent Garden, and play the first concert in their Space Dog tour.

 


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