From Cosmic Music advert in the Cov Telegraph -

"The Cosmic Music Club presents Steel Peach (Coventry's Best Rocking Band) + Disco at the Mercers Arms,

Cosmic Music Club 002

Wednesday 10th October. (A Direct Enterprise Promotion) Admission 25p"

They also played the Klunk Klick Club at the Walsgrave.

STEEL PEACH - Update on band.

Steel Peach 1

A little while ago I uploaded some info on a band called STEEL PEACH who were playing Coventry venues like the Cosmic Club in and around 1974. Although I'm pretty sure I saw the band - I was out every night seeing bands in those days, I didn't have a lot of information about them to upload. Alan Jones, the drummer has just sent me a photo of the band and some more information on the band which you can see below -

"Left to Right Bass/vocals: Colin Rambsy (Humphries) - Drums: Alan Jones - Vocals: Rich Rawlings - Guitar/vocals Ken Jones
Rich left the band just before we turned pro so the time we were playing the Cosmic Club in 74 we would have been a three piece with Ken on lead vocals (for a time we did have a keyboard player from Wolverhampton Dave Wild)
The split in 74 Colin and Ken formed a band in Derby called Rocks Off Revival and i joined the Earthquakes a Showaddy type rock n roll band from Derby.
Now I think I am the only member of Steel Peach to be still giging, Ken went into Antiques and Colin settled down in Derby working for Derby glass and i play with Blues Reviewed and some session work I am also a photographer. I hope this brings Steel Peach up to date Trev. It's great that someone like you takes the time on websites like this otherwise all would be forgotten Thank You! Best wishes for the New Year............Al"

Comments from Hobo Vox blog which led to further info presented on this blog.

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It was great to find this listing of Steel Peach at the Cosmic Club, and although it has us down as a Coventry rock band we actually came from Bath but we were based in Derby and played around the Coventry area a lot. And As I remember The Cosmic Club was always a great place to play.
Posted by: Al Jones | 08/15/2007 at 07:28 PM