This section attempts to document the career paths of those musicians who have been musically involved with Carol Lloyd over the years
PETER EVANS the dynamic flautist on the now famous "A Matter Of Time" track for Railroad Gin was a 'must have' for the reunion line up in August 1994. He has remained with the band in all it's incarnations since. JUDEE FORD took over on lead vocals when Carol Lloyd left Railroad Gin. When the group disbanded she took a job with radio station 4IP hosting the Saturday night show and one of the midnight to dawn sessions as well as working as the station receptionist. These days she is presenting the morning radio show on Star FM 106.9. WILL GOODWIN has previously worked with entertainment greats such as Shirley Bassey and Matt Monro. PETER HARVEY was an original member of the Carol Lloyd Band and when Carol Lloyd made her first re-appearance on stage in Brisbane quite some time after the dust had settled on her ill-fated solo album he was one of the original C.L.B. (Carol Lloyd Band) members who climbed back up into the spotlight with her, Gary Broadhurst was the other. These days though Peter is performing both in Australia and Europe with the band Rough Red. Led by another veteran of the Brisbane music scene Steve Tyson (son of Queensland radio icon Russ Tyson) the band has just released their second album "Seeing Red".
Above: Carol Lloyd & Peter Harvey on stage in 1977 (Copyright: Debra Mayes)
ROUGH RED RECORDINGS
SINGLES: Living In Australia released: April 12, 1999) Tears Of Dust (SW99001) released: Aug 16, 1999
ALBUMS: Better Red Than Dead released: 1997 Seeing Red (SW99008) released: Sept 27, 1999
Above: Rough Red members John Barr; Peter Harvey, Dave Parnell, John Fegan & Steve Tyson (crouched)