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Possible Answers: Zoot.
Last seen on: Daily Celebrity Crossword – 8/8/18 Wayback Wednesday
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Zoot were a pop rock band formed in Adelaide, South Australia in 1965 as Down the Line. They changed their name to Zoot in 1967 and by 1968 had relocated to Melbourne. They had a top five hit on the Go-Set national singles chart with a heavy rock cover of The Beatles’ ballad “Eleanor Rigby” released in 1970; but they disbanded in May 1971.
Mainstay bass guitarist, Beeb Birtles, was later a founder of Little River Band in 1975 and guitarist singer-songwriter, Rick Springfield, who moved to the United States in 1972, achieved international fame as a solo artist, songwriter and actor.
Zoot reunited for the Rick Springfield and Friends cruise in November 2011.
Plympton High School mates John D’Arcy on guitars and vocals, and Gerard Bertlekamp (later known as Beeb Birtles) initially on lead guitar and vocals formed Times Unlimited in Adelaide, South Australia with drummer Ted Higgins and a bass guitarist in 1964. Birtles moved to bass guitar and they were joined by Darryl Cotton, lead vocalist from local rivals, The Murmen. The new group of Birtles, Cotton, D’Arcy and Higgins formed in 1965, and were named Down the Line from The Hollies version of Roy Orbison’s “Go Go Go (Down the Line)”. Soon Gordon Rawson, an ex-school mate of Birtles, briefly joined on rhythm guitar.