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Wednesday May 3rd 1978

friars aylesbury phase three - maxwell hall, civic centre, market square, aylesbury

friars aylesbury cup winners 1977

steve hillage inducted into the friars heroes hall of fame in 2012

exclusive friars aylesbury interview with steve hillage

pictures from this gig in the galleries

Steve Hillage
National Health
related friars history (click on date)
Steve Hillage Saturday October 16th 1976  Saturday October 15th 1977

Gong (Steve Hillage) Saturday December 1st 1973

Saucer Surfing > Searching For The Spark > Octave Doctors ; Getting Better; The Salmon Song > Radio; Palm Trees; Light In The Sky; Hurdy Gurdy Man > Lunar Musick Suite > Solar Musick Suite; Unidentified (Flying Being) > U.F.O. Over Paris > Activation Meditation > The Glorious Om Riff; It's All Too Much > The Golden Vibe
band line up
Steve Hillage
Steve Hillage (guitar/vocs)  Miquette Giraudy (keys) Christian Boule (guitar) John McKenzie (bass)  Andy Anderson (drums)
National Health
Phil Miller (guitar) Dave Stewart (keys) Pip Pyle (drums) Neil Murray (bass)
gig poster and flyer (click to enlarge flyer)

press cuttings

what happened next
Hillage continued his solo career for a few years and became well known as a record producer in the 1980s for the likes of Simple Minds and It Bites amongst others. Hearing The Orb perform his Rainbow Dome Musick inspired him and partner Miquette to form System 7 where they record and perform still in 2012.

National Health's Neil Murray went on to become bassist for Whitesnake

odds and trivia
official web presence
Steve Hillage System 7 official website
sound and vision
Steve Hillage - Palm Trees   
National Health - Binoculars

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