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Drummer, Don Wilson, recently joined the band having played with Brian in the "Deadly Romantics." A much in demand player, Don can be seen playing with Stephanie Cheape when he's not gigging with BRB.  

                                     

                                      Belfast born, Brian Rawson, was a member of The Tearjerkers 

                                      (Good Vibrations/Phonogram) who toured with Thin Lizzy,                                                 Dexy's Midnight Runners, Doll by Doll and Rachel Sweet. He                                             played guitar on Jim Lyttle's demo's with Jimmy Bain (Rainbow/                                        Wild Horses/Dio) producing and playing bass on the track,                                                 "Rough, Tough & Pretty Too" in the band that would eventually                                       become Rogue Male. He played guitar on two tracks on                                                     American singer/songwriter Jon Lacabanne's album "Amen", all the guitars on Deidre Cunningham's album "Sunny Days" and played a one-off gig in Nashville with "Handsome" Mick Rowe's band, "Nineteen88", before returning to the UK where he joined "Sweet" for a UK tour. Prior to forming his own band, he was a member of The Lynsey Dolan Band and co-wrote the track "Do Right Man" which appears on the "Jock's Juke Joint - Volume 2" CD and played all the guitars on EmmaJane's "Red shoes" EP.

                                                              

                                     

                                       Bass player, Jim Carr, was a former member of the bands;                                                "Little Head" & "Big in America" both of whom recorded a

                                       succession of singles in London. Jim can be seen playing in                                               around the Glasgow area with "Sunburst" when he is not                                                  playing with the Brian Rawson Band.