circa 1962 - now - Beat group - Line up: (early) Maurice Redhead (vocals), Terry Wyatt (guitar), Graham Peace (guitar),
 Nigel Lomas (drums).
Wyatt joined The Sabres. Recorded 4 tracks at Midland Sound Recorders. Also associated Steve Jones, Olly Warner. They appeared on New Faces in 1977 singing the Steve Jones /Rod Bainbridge number Last Night We Called it a Day. The Zodiacs are stilla going concern after all these years.

From Pete Chambers - Godiva Rocked to a Backbeat

" One of the hardest working bands in the area. They have been together nearly 50 years. Were one of the first few rock n roll bands in the city.

New article by Pete Clemons from Coventry Telegraph - here 

From Backbeat - Pete Chambers the a recent gig

LOOK around at today's bands and can you really imagine them still together in 50 years time? 

Can't see it myself, but back in 1959 some budding young musicians probably would have laughed at you if you had asked
them the same question. 

The amazing thing is those youngsters are still together and still called The Zodiacs. 

Half a century on and two of the original members of the band Maurice Redhead and Terry Wyatt, are still out there playing, along with Terry Rye and Brian Bayton. Tomorrow night at Christ the King club, Coventry, Vince Holliday's annual Backbeat Call up the Groups concert will be dedicated to the Zodiacs. 

The band will perform a special set, that will include former members. 

Terry said: "It's been a great 50 years and we are looking forward to the next 50. 

"We have made some good friends along the way and played with some top people. We are really looking forward to seeing many of the people we have played concerts for. We are hoping to have a lot of the past members on stage and take it from me, there's been a few over the years." 

(Photo - Zodiacs 1964 Memorial Hall)

Below - Zodiacs c 2009

From Pete Clemons - Coventry Telegraph
The ZODIACS were formed in 1959 by singer Maurice Redhead and Nigel Lomas. Also in the band were Terry Wyatt and Graham Peace.

Maurice and Nigel had met at a rock ‘n’ roll club during 1958 called The Drumbeat Club on Lockhurst Lane railway bridge on the Holbrooks side. It was a cellar club beneath a coffee bar.

Nigel would get up and sing there and have an occasional go on the drums. The only people I remember who also performed there were Mick Van de Stay, a singer and guitarist Jim Smith.

At this time there were only a few coffee bars that had music. The Milano on Radford Road and The Domino, Gosford Street, were two of them.

In 1960 when Eddie Cochran appeared at the Gaumont Cinema during January, he actually called in at the Milano after the show. The Zodiacs, incredibly, still perform today.

Nigel Lomas takes up the story: “I played drums for the Zodiacs from 1959-1962. The venues we played included: Collycroft Club, Bedworth most Thursdays; Newdigate Club, Bedworth, most Tuesdays; St George’s Hall, Nuneaton, most Saturdays, the Ritz cinema, Longford, on the odd Friday night or Sunday afternoon; the Stag and Pheasant, Lockhurst Lane, Sunday lunchtimes for about one year, maybe more, I cannot remember.

Other groups sharing the bill during these times were: Vince Martin and The Vampires, The Atlantics, who played at the Domino coffee bar, Gosford Street, Johnny and the Rebels, Max Holliman and the Guitarnos who were from Nuneaton.

“I left the Zodiacs in 1962 and was replaced by a very good drummer called Ron Cooke.

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Pete Clemon's Coventry Telegraph article

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