Lucy (band)

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Origin England
Genres Punk
Years active 1976
Associated acts Tush
Dumb Blondes
Def Leppard
Past members Paul Mewse
Phil Collen
Len Foster
Peter Ferris
Pete Webb

Lucy were an English punk band featuring Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen.

The first line-up of this band in 1976 featured lead vocalist Paul Mewse, guitarist Phil Collen, bassist Peter Ferris and drummer Len Foster. This line-up recorded a demo tape at De Lane Lea studios but no singles, the highlight being an appearance at the Marquee Club in Wardour Street supporting Nutz from Liverpool.

The second line-up of this band introduced Pete Webb on bass and recorded and released two singles as shown below.

After Lucy, Phil Collen went on to the band Tush.

Phil Collen and Pete Webb later played together in the band Dumb Blondes.

Reportedly, Pete Webb later rehearsed with Girl briefly, between the time of Mark Megary and Simon Laffy, but never recorded or played live with them.


  • "Really Got Me Goin'"/"Oy!" (1977)
  • "Never, Never"/"Feel So Good" (1977[citation needed])


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