THE BLUE ECHOES

MUSIC ARTISTS / OUTFITS - AUSTRALIA


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The Blue Echoes

DESCRIPTION: The Blue Echoes were a popular Australian Melbourne based band back in the 1970's. Although they are best known as a covers band, they did also record and perform their own material. They had a Top 40 hit with their track 'Going To A Party’ in 1973.

ACTIVITY STATUS: Defunct

ACTIVITY PERIOD: 1964 - 1983

MUSIC GENRE: Rock/Pop

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: AUSTRALIA

RECORD COMPANIES / LABELS (Current & Past): Image, Phillips, Hammard

OFFICIAL WEB SITE: None Known


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