The Rockin Vicars were based in Blackpool and were active from 1963 to 1968. They are widely know for being ‘Ian “Lemmy” Kilmister’ from Motörhead’s first professional band. They were originally called Reverand black and The Rockin Vickers but later abbreviated it to just Rockin Vicars.

Their shows saw them dress up as vicars and coupled with their entertaining live shows they were able to tour Europe as well as being very popular on the northern UK circuit.
Their last single was a cover of Dandy by The Kinks.

For more info have a look at their Wiki page here.

Additional Details

  • Performed at: TV, Other
  • Year Formed: 1963
  • Line-up / Members:Harry Feeney, Ken Hardacre, Alex Hamilton, Peter Moorhouse, Cyril "Ciggy" Shaw, Nicholas Gribbon, Ian Holdbrook, Stephen "Mogsy" Morris, Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister, Garry Chamberlain, David Christian.
  • No. Of Years Active:5
  • Music Genre: Rock, Rhythm and Blues, Originals
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