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In 1974 he replaced John Leach as guitarist and lead vocalist in After the Fire. He stayed with that group, later taking on bass duties, until they split up in 1983.
- Andy Piercy official site
- After the Fire biography at NME
- Thompson, John J. Raised by Wolves: The Story of Christian Rock & Roll. ECW Press. p. 59. ISBN 1-55022-421-2.
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