LINE UPS 1960-2008

MAIN LINEUPS OF SCREAMING LORD SUTCH & THE SAVAGES

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #1 (February - June 1960)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Bernie Watson (Lead Guitar)
• Rick Brown (Rhythm Guitar)
• Nicky Hopkins (Keyboards)
• Carl O'Little (Drums) aka "Carlo Little"


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #2 (June - November 1960)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Vic Clark (Lead Guitar/Vocals)
• Barrie Taylor aka "Whip" (Bass) then Chris "Dors" Dawes (Bass/Vocals)
• Charlie Parker (Piano)
• Brian Norman (Drums)
• Pete Newman (Tenor Sax/Vocals)
• Jeff Wickens (Barytone Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #3 (May - September 1961)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Roger Mingay (Lead Guitar)
• Ken Payne then Rick Brown (Bass)
• Nicky Hopkins then Andy Wren (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)
• Pete Newman (Tenor Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #4 (September 1961 - April 1962)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Bernie Watson (Lead Guitar)
• Rick Brown (Bass)
• Nicky Hopkins (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #5 (May - October 1962)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Dave Wendells then Ritchie Blackmore (Lead Guitar)
• Rick Brown (Bass)
• Andy Wren then Fred Cheeseman (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Freddy Fingers Lee"
• Carlo Little (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #6 (October 1962 - May 1963)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Godfrey Mew (Lead Guitar) aka "Geoff Mew"
• Ray King (Lead Guitar/Roadie)
• Danny McCulloch (Bass)
• Fred Cheeseman (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Freddy Fingers Lee"
• Derek Sirmon (Drums)
• Ashton Tootell (Tenor Sax) aka "Toots"


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #7 (June - December 1963)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Stuart Taylor (Lead Guitar)
• Malcolm Johnson (Lead Guitar)
• Jimmy Page (Lead Guitar)
• Rick Brown (Bass)
• Paul "Nicholas" Beuselink (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Paul Dean"
• Pete Phillipps (Drums)
• Carlo Little (Drums)
• The Velvettes (Backing Vocals)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #8 (January - May 1964)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• John Gilbey (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass)
• Tony Marsh (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #9 (May 1964 - February 1965)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Godfrey "Geoff " Mew (Lead Guitar) , also Robert Lemon
• Ronnie Harwood (Bass/Vocals)
• Paul "Nicholas" Beuselink (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Paul Dean"
• Pete Phillipps (Drums), also Derek Sirmon


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #10 (February - Mid 1965)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Ritchie Blackmore (Lead Guitar) then John Irvin, Malcolm "Kylastron" Longstaff...
• Arvid Andersen (Bass) aka "Wegg"
• Jim Evans (Drums)
• Dick Errington (Tenor Sax)
• Noel McManus (Tenor Sax)
• Reg Price (Tenor Sax)
• Ashton Tootell (Baritone Sax) aka "Toots"

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #11 (Early 1965)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
Brian Hammick (Lead Guitar)
Ronnie Harwood (Bass)
Pete Phillipps then Carlo Little (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #12 (Mid 1965)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Mick Abrahams (Lead Guitar)
• Alex Dmchowski (Bass)
• Carlo Little (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #13 (Mid 1965)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Geoff "Eaton" Tindle (Lead Guitar)
• Dave Adams (Lead Guitar)
• Fernando "Wando" Lamheiranias (Lead Guitar)
• Rob Lemon (Rhythm Guitar)
• Tony Lamheiranias (Bass)
• Carlo Little (Drums)
• Mitch Mitchell (Drums)
• Noel McManus (Tenor Sax)
• Ashton Tootell (Baritone Sax) aka "Toots"
• Jimmie Jewell (Tenor Sax)
• Roger Warwick (Baritone Sax)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #14 (Summer 1965 - April 1966)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Derry Wilkie (Vocals)
• Ernie Hayes (Lead Guitar)
• Derek Bond (Bass)
• Billy Adamson (Drums)
• Phil Kenzie (Tenor Sax)
• Noel McManus (Tenor Sax)
• Ashton Tootell (Baritone Sax) aka "Toots"
• Nicky Hopkins (Keyboards, Recording sessions only)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #15 (Loving Kind) (Early 1966)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Noel Redding (Lead Guitar)
• Jim Leverton (Bass)
• Pete Kirscher (Drums) "Pete Carter"


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #16 (June - July 1966)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• George "Smelly" (Lead Guitar)
• Ronnie Harwood (Bass/Vocals)
• Pete Phillipps (Drums)
• Peter Green (Tenor Sax)
• Pete Mundy (Baritone Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #17 (April - September 1966)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Bill Parkinson (Lead Guitar)
• Ronnie Harwood (Bass/Vocals)
• John Lawson (Bass)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass)
• Paul Raymond (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)
• Brian Keith (Trombone/Vocals)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #18 (October - December 1966)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• John Bedder (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass)
• Tony Marsh (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)
• Peter Green (Tenor Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #19 (Rupert's People) (May 1967)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Adrian Gurvitz (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass)
• Fred Cheeseman (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Freddy Fingers Lee"
• Carlo Little (Drums)
• Johnny Banks (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #20 (The Quality) (August 1967)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Ged Peck (Lead Guitar)
• Nick Simper (Bass)
• Freddie Fingers Lee then Art Regis (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #21 (Early 1970)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• John Bedder (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Holyman (Bass)
• Vic Brox (Keyboards)
• Carlo Little (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #22 (early 1971)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Bill Parkinson (Lead Guitar)
Jules Dawton then Stuart Colman (Bass)
• Fred Cheeseman (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Freddy Fingers Lee"
• Keith Evans (Tenor Sax) aka "Frogman Curtis"• Carlo Little (Drums)
• Kim Roberts (Vocals)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #23 (August 1972)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Alan Gascoigne (Lead Guitar)
• Sid Meadows (Bass)
• Ronnie Harwood (Keyboards/Vocals)
• Pete Phillipps (Drums)
• Bob ?? (Sax), also Brian Magoo & Ron Long (Roadies & players)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #24 (Rock Island Line) (1973 - 74)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Tim Green (Lead Guitar/Vocals)
• Larry Anderson (Bass)
• Gary Gazelli then Hermien Jerien-Dufort (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #25 (1974)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Jim Byers (Lead Guitar)
• Jules Dawson (Bass)
• Clive Edwards (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #26 (1974 - Late 1975)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Glen Stoner (Lead Guitar)
• Neil Besmoori (Rhythm Guitar)
• Pat McMullan (Bass)
• Pete Williams then Clive Edwards (Drums)
• Brian Juniper (Tenor Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #27 (Late 1976 -1977)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Glen Stoner (Lead Guitar)
• Martin Glover (Rhythm Guitar)
• Pat McMullan then Jerry Chapman, also John "Rhino" Edwards (Bass)
• Bobby "Clarke" Woodman, also Charlie Morgan, Mike Crawford (Drums)
• Brian Juniper (Tenor Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #28 (Late 1977 - Early 1979)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Glen Stoner (Lead Guitar)
• Bob Skeat (Bass)
• Bobby "Clarke" Woodman then "Jes" then John Hickson (Drums)
• Brian Juniper (Tenor Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Northern Savages #29 (Late 1978)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Steve Carter (Lead Guitar)
• Jerry Chapman (Bass)
• Rob Staniforth (Drums) "Stan Sledgehammer"


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #30 (Germany, Spring 1979)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Tim Green (Lead Guitar)
• Reinhard Stromer (Bass)
• Detlev Reshoft (Keyboards)
• Colin Solman (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #31 (1979)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Geoff Everett (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Ellis (Bass)
• Mike Crawford (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #32 (August 1979-1980)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Ray Neale (Lead/Rhythm Guitar)
• Keith Neale (Bass) aka "Builder"
• "Wild Bob" Burgos (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #33 (Shotgun) (1980-1981)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Iain Terry (Lead Guitar)
• Ray Neale (Rhythm Guitar)
• Rob Murly (Bass)
• "Wild Bob" Burgos (Drums)
Richard Hogan (Piano)
Kit Packham (Tenor Sax)
Darnell Kellerman (Tenor Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #34 (February - October 1981)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
Glen Stoner (Lead Guitar)
Peter Wright (Rhythm Guitar/Vocals)
Mark Thomson (Bass)
Johnny Hickson (Drums)
Mark Freeman (Drums)
Mac Poole (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #35 (Shakers) (June 1981 - Early 1982)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Angi Antinori (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass/Vocals)
• Jack Irving (Drums)
• Mac Poole (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #36 (Blackcat) (1983 - 1986)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Chris Black (Lead Guitar)
• Wayne King (Bass)
• Jerry Marshall then Dave Taylor (Keyboards)
• "Wild Bob" Burgos (Drums)
• Chris Gent (Tenor Sax)
• Ricky Bainbridge (Tenor Sax)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #38 (Freddie Fingers Lee Band) (1985)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Fred Cheeseman (Keyboards/Vocals) aka "Freddy Fingers Lee"
• Iain Terry then Dave Briggs (Lead Guitar)
• Ray Neale (Rhythm Guitar)
• Rob Murly (Bass)
• "Wild Bob" Burgos (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savage #39 (Little Big Band) (1986)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Dave Day (Lead Guitar)
• Dangerous Dave (Rhythm Guitar)
• Derek Holt (Bass)
• Colin Brown (Keyboards)
• John Cuffley (Drums)

Screaming Lord Sutch & The Helsinski Savages #40 (Finland, Summer 1988)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• "Wild Bob" Burgos (Drums)
• Eero Laakkonen (Lead Guitar)
• Jussi Huthakangas (Rhythm Guitar)
• Ari Sinivaara (Bass)
• Markku Immonen (Keyboards/Vocals)
• Timo Tarkela (Sax)
• Niko Ahvonen (Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savage Sunsets #41 (1989)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Dave Goddard (Bass)
• Robert Llewellyn (Drums/Vocals)
• Peter Lee Wenger (Drums)
• Ace Skudder (Keyboards)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #42 (Late 1989)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Pete Parks (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass/Vocals)
• Mick Richardson (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #43 (TT's) (1990)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Terry Clemson (Lead Guitar/Lead Vocals)
• Terry Glasse (Bass)
• Martin Symonds (Drums)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Northern Savages #44 (1990 - 1998)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Steve Carter then Austin Danks (Lead Guitar)
• Dave Savage (Rhythm Guitar)
• Kevin Tarbuck (Bass)
• Rob Staniforth (Drums) "Stan Sledgehammer"


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #45 (1990 - 1995)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Angi Antinori (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass/Vocals)
• Dave Taylor then Dave Watts then Johnny Casanova (Keyboards)
• "Wild Bob" Burgos then Jack Irving (Drums)
• Dave "Dix" Thorncroft (Tenor Sax)
• Harvey Ellison (Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #46 (1995 - 1998)

• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Lord Toby then Dave Robinson then Paul Green (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass/Vocals)
• Wyatt Wendell (Drums)
• Harvey Ellison (Sax)


Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages #47 (1999)
• Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Angi Antinori (Lead Guitar)
• Tony Dangerfield (Bass/Vocals)
• Alan Clayson then Johnny Casanova (Keyboards/Vocals)
• Jack Irving (Drums)
• Dave "Dix" Thorncroft (Tenor Sax)



The Savages Without Screaming Lord Sutch since 1999

The Savages #1 (2000 - 2007)
• Tony Dangerfield (Lead Vocals/Bass)
• Angi Antinori (Lead Guitar)
• Johnny Casanova (Keyboards)
• Jack Irving (Drums)
• Dave "Dix" Thorncroft (Tenor Sax)


The Savages #2 (September 2008 - Present)
• Rick Brown then Nick Simper (Bass/Vocals)
• Angi Antinori (Lead Guitar/Vocals) also Bob Banjo (Summer 2009)
• Johnny Casanova (Keyboards/Lead Vocals)
• Jack Irving (Drums/Vocals)

7 comments:

johnny said...

This is Johnny Casanova, Savages keyboard player who joined The Savages in 1995 following meeting with David at a festival at Donnington (you might wish to correct your records). I played with Dvid until the end, sometime with Carlo Little's All Stars as david had not worked as much with The Savages for certain reasons we know about - this was Anji, Jack and Tony. The Savages with these players did continue to play without Sutch, and I joined them when I could, and following the death of Sutch and Tony, The Savages comprised Anji, Jack, myself and Nicky Simper. Many have thought they had been Savages when in a pickup band for David, however, it was always known by those around david who the 'official' line-up was, and that goes today. it is 50 years of the savages this year and plans are afoot. the savages are 'the spiritual home of rock and roll' whose heritage is second to none in the history of rock and roll. whatever David's shortcomings, he jnew a good musician when he heard one, and he would ensure he had the best available behind him - and that has been born out over the years. to all who were there...once a savage, always a savage. salute

Anonymous said...

Re the early 1970"s line up"s.
Rock Rebellion from the black country had a solid year with dave from sometime in 1972 into 1973, going out under a seperate contract to dave on the same gig.
I can vouch for this having been to many gigs featuring this line up at that time.
I saw ronnie, pete and stuart taylor at the top rank hanley on a small tour. The main band was Rock Rebellion on the heavy side but one of the best rock and roll bands i have ever seen and did blow the wonderful original guys away i"m afraid, Dave then teamed up with them. Iv"e been pro myself and seen a lot of bands so i do recognise the business when i see it.

Elaine said...

This is Elaine, one time partner of Austin Danks who was part of the The Savages line up until he died in 2000. He played with Dave Sutch (Lead Vocals)
• Steve Carter (Lead Guitar)
• Dave Savage (Rhythm Guitar)
• Kevin Tarbuck (Bass)
• Rob Staniforth (Drums) "Stan Sledgehammer
They did the Northern gigs and once entertained, on stage, Cynthia Payne (AKA Madam Cyn).

Jay Taylor said...

'Whip' is my Dad ladies and gents, he being Barrie Taylor (now an adopted Mancunian of 40 odd years). He also played bass for Emile Ford, Joe Brown and the Flee-Rekkers among others.

Jay Taylor

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mike mike said...

Since he may be too modest to mention it, to add to the info - my mate 'Steve I' told me stories about his time as a roadie with DSutch and co, and a few other bands and artists eg Proby, in-between hanging around Old Compton St, small acting jobs, etc in early and mid 60s. Said eg that PJP sacked him for 'trying to take over the act'!
Mike Mike

Anonymous said...

For a balanced argument, I would say that the last band Sutch played with, and the original band, are both the real savages. Remember that the original members would not do it for any less than a lot of money, and Sutch stayed with the last band for a long time.. what was it a decade? In a fair and equitable world, everyone is given credit.

- Son of Carpenter.

Anonymous said...

Hello, I am the same poster as the poster above (anonymous). I would please like this post and my last post removed. It isn't really my business and my opinion isn't really that important. It was inappropriate for me to make the comment.
Thanks.