The Firebirds

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The Firebirds
Origin Bristol, UK
Genres Rock and Roll
Years active 1981–present
Website www.thefirebirds.com
Members Jim Plummer
Dan Plummer
Jason Bryant
Past members John Plummer
Tony Biggs
Steve Evans
Richie Lorriman
Pagan Gould

The Firebirds are a UK band, founded in 1981[1] by their former frontman John Plummer. The band now consists of three musicians; Jim Plummer, Dan Plummer and Jason Bryant. The band has backed artists such as Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Campi, Charlie Gracie and Sleepy La Beefe.

In 1992, they performed at the official opening of Disneyland Paris, where they were the only British band to perform.

The Firebirds also starred in the Memorial concert at the Colston Hall in Bristol to mark 40 years of Eddie Cochran's death in which Jim Plummer played the part of Eddie Cochran's last gig at the Bristol Hippodrome.

Over recent years The Firebirds toured Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Denmark and Spain, as well as a successful tour in the United States. They were the only British band to play the 2002 Rockabilly Festival, which marked the 50th year anniversary of Sun Records and 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death.

They have ten albums to their name.

Album Title Year Of Release
Good Rocking Tonight 1989
Taking By Storm 1991
Too Hot To Handle 1993
This Is It 1994
Movin' On 1996
Let's Go 1999
Rock 'n' Roll Special with Linda Gail Lewis 2001
Dance Girl Dance 2004
Doo Wop Volume 1 2007
Doo Wop Volume 2 2011

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