Tim Turnbull - Vocals
Jenny Jet Harris - Vocals
Eric Jackson - Guitar
Denis Grandad - Guitar, lead stylophone
Andy Muddiman - Bass
Alan Ramsey - Drums
Scooby - Keyboard
Born as the aftermath of 30 years of failed pop bands from Scarborough, the remains of The Live Lobsters, Hope Street, Network and Grandads Don't Indicate were morphed into the super group Mormonhead, taking their musical inspiration from the gap that exists somewhere between Motorhead and the Osmonds. Rising like a seagull from a half eaten tray of chips, their first release "A side/B side/Seaside" is already a lost gem.
Thirty years of the seaside had taken its toll on the band members, who found themselves unable to sing about anything other than their beloved home town of Scarborough and places slightly further afield, such as Filey and Whitwell on the Hill.
With little band time due to the pressures of proper jobs rather than selling deck chairs and working the slots and a singer who has left Yorkshire for Scotland, the band decided the way forward was to correct famous songs that had been mistakenly given the wrong lyrics by their original writers.
By taking these songs through the Burniston Triangle (like the Bermuda triangle, but in Scalby, Scarborough), we found that we were able to take these famous songs and re-unite them with their original lyrics. How delighted were we when Black Sabbaths Iron Man found itself re-united with the Filey Man Ozzy originally intended it to have.
Belinda Carlisles' Heaven on Earth found its long lost "Scarborough is a place up north" and even Husker Du found that the girl who lived on heaven hill actually resided at a B&B just off the A64.