The Bye-Laws

Related: Maxi, Dick & Twink, The Difference, The Drifters, The Big 8

Popular Dublin group The Bye-Laws (formed 1967) released a few singles including "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" and "Run Baby Run". Lead vocalist Maurice Walsh joined Joe Dolan & The Drifters on drums in 1967 and was replaced by Pat Morris. The Bye-Laws went to Canada in 1969 with Maxi, Dick & Twink. Jimmy Conway and Twink later joined Brendan Bowyer in the Big 8.

Vocals: Pat Morris
Lead Guitar:
Jimmy Conway
2nd Guitar:
Bass:
Paul Holohan
Drums: Maurice Walsh / Aidan Scannell
Piano/Organ:
Sax:

Manager:

Discography ~ compiled by Eddie Kelly

1968: Target 7N.17481 - Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye/Come On Over To My Place
1969: Target 7N.17701 - Run Baby Run/To Sir With Love
1969: Golden Guinea LP GGL0451 - Paddy Is Dead And The Kids Know It - Connie-O & Deep Water

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