The Buff Medways
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The Buff Medways formed around 2000 after the demise of Thee Headcoats and are Billy Childish (vocals, guitar), along with ex- Prisioner Graham Day (bass, vocals) (Replacing Johnny Barker who left on 21st October 2003) and Wolf Howard (drums). Wolf, who was in also in the original line-up of The James Taylor Quartet, managed a month of gigs while nursing a broken arm but it didn't stopped him bashing the shit out of his drum kit like Keith Moon.
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