|Also known as||Heyday|
|Past members||Spencer James
Nightfly was a short-lived British rock band formed in late 1984. Most of its members had enjoyed success with earlier bands.
Originally known as Heyday, the band was managed by Bob Young and Colin Johnson. Nightfly played some clubs in February 1985, including a performance at the Marquee Club, and recorded demos produced by John Entwistle.
- Spencer James - vocals, previously with The First Class
- Mickey Simmonds - keyboards, previously with John Coghlan's Diesel
- Micky Moody - guitar, previously with Whitesnake
- Zak Starkey - drums, son of Ringo Starr
- Boz Burrell - bass, previously with Bad Company
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