The Look (band)
|Origin||Ely, Cambridgeshire, England|
|Genres||New wave, pop|
|Years active||1979–1983; 2005–2006; 2012-present|
|Labels||MCA, Towerbell, Angel Air|
From Ely, Cambs. and originally named The Kreed, the band changed their name to The Look when they moved to London. Their lead singer and frontman was Johnny Whetstone (born c. 1955). After the minor follow-up hit, "Feeding Time" (No. 50, 1981), their third single "Tonight" failed to reach the charts. The singles, and self-titled album, were released on the MCA Records label.Further singles including "Three Steps Away" also missed the Top 75. The group moved to Towerbell Records, an indie label. The Look disbanded in 1983.
A new album, "Tunes and Stories" was released in 2012, featuring Alex Baird from The Jags on drums.
- Johnny Whetstone - lead vocals, guitar
- Gus Goad - bass guitar, guitar, backing vocalist
- Mick Bass - guitar, keyboards, backing vocalist
- Trevor Walter - Drums