biography_square button_minus button_plus close_artbutton exhibitionarrow_left exhibitionarrow_right follow_button home_sq-artefacetsViewArtefacts home_sq-exhibitionViewExhibitions home_sq-sqaureSupportUs home_sq-uploadUploadArtefact artist dj keyword_3 industry keyword_member magglass newburger onthisday_button profileicon randomiser_button reload_button soundcloud twitter uploadbutton zoom_in

Morning After

Norman Hume: Guitar/vocals Malcolm Hume: Drums Ian Stocks: Bass John McCormick: Keyboards Burnage singer/guitarist Norman Hume formed a blues group called "Morning After" in 1967. They gigged regularly during the late 1960s and early 1970s. The group featured vocalist/harmonica player Brian Marks on several occasions culminating in a monumental performance at The Buxton Opera House that received a glowing review in the N.M.E. Later Norman joined The Victor Brox Blues Train playing a variety of gigs. Victor played an important role in Norman's career christening him "Beaker" after the Neolithic "Beaker people" who Victor believed Norman resembled. One night on stage he introduced him as Norman Beaker and the rest is history. More info can be found Norman's Official Site: