Banshees were resident band for a year in the mid 60's in Belfast's "Boom Boom
Room." Lead female vocalist was
O'Day and they toured many of the US bases in continental Europe. The original
lead singer, Mel Austin left in 1965 and was
replaced by Paul Stevens (top left) and the
Peter Douglas. Sax player was Philip Denvir (RIP) and the
bass player was Fred Hull. They released a single, "I Got A Woman" on Columbia records in
1964 and another,
"Yes, Indeed," in 1965.
Our thanks to Paul Stevens and John Baird for background info on the band.