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IAN - Lead Vocals / Bass Guitar

Originally from Liverpool, before joining The Silver Searchers in 1998, Ian began professionally in 1994, portraying Paul McCartney in Bill Kenwright's fifty four date sell out theatre musical "Imagine" - The John Lennon Story and again in 1995, in the theatre show "Best" (about the Beatles former drummer).
He wrote, directed and appeared in his own Beatle theatre musical "The Moptops" which toured the UK and Europe and which was featured on TV and Radio worldwide.
To date he's made many TV and Radio shows including "The Bill", "Brookeside" and in the film "Elizabeth".
After making over 40 appearances at Liverpool's Cavern Club with "The Shakers", in 2013 he performed a six date tour of the USA with them.
For more information, please check Ian's website: www.ianmlindsay.com

A photo of Ian M Lindsay from The Silver Searchers tribute band
A photo of Stan Robertson from The Silver Searchers tribute Band

Stan - Vocals / Guitar

Glasgow born Stan began playing the guitar at 13 and started playing in bands in 1960's.
He Played on many BBC recording sessions during the 1970's and was studio and tour guitarist with "Middle Of The Road" who had a number one hit in 1971 with "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep".
He has toured all over the world, including alongside Showaddywaddy with his own band "Jeepers Creepers" and had a successful duo with Neil Henderson of "Bay City Rollers" and "Middle Of The Road" Fame.
He brings the band great skill and enthusiasm and humour and laughter (a Scottish translator is occasionally required).
Like the rest of the band, he is dedicated in providing the best of the best shows.



Keith - Vocals / Drums

Keith began playing professionally in the 1960's in a band with The Searchers longtime frontman Spencer James.
In 1974 he joined "First Class", enjoying worldwide success with hit song "Beach Baby". The next few years were spent touring the world.
He went on to open one of the most successful rehearsal studios outside of London which became popular with The Damned, Ozzie Osbourne, Mud, Whitesnake and it was here that he met Brian Conley and the Sweet, a band he would later tour with and manage.
In the 80's he reformed the band "Kenny" (of 'The Bump' fame) and performed TV's the "Minder" theme tune hit.
Keith formed The Silver Searchers in 1997.

A photo of Keith Bryan from The Silver Searchers tribute band