The Sweet personified the Glam Rock era of the 1970s in the UK, showcasing their distinctive glitter and glam makeup. Beyond their iconic visual style, The Sweet also wielded significant influence in the realm of pure rock music. Their timeless hits continue to resonate, and the present lineup, featuring the original guitarist Andy Scott, consistently leaves audiences clamoring for an encore!
This was recorded in 1987 to support a charity in aid of babies and children of the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, UK. Andy Scott appear on vocals on this single along with Noddy Holder, Jimmy Nail, Danny Hynes, Mal McNulty,
Ole Evenrude’s debut album This Ole Town was produced by Geoff Downes. Mick Tucker & Andy Scott did the backing vocals along with Stevie Lange who of course appeared on the Sweets Level Headed Album. Mick also plays the drums on this
The Party Rockers SHA-BOOM covered SWEET’s ‘Fox On The Run’ for their 1988 debut ‘R.O.C.K’. Andy was also on hand to add some authenticity acting as producer and he also tackled production for the follow up, 1990’s ‘Let’s Party’, which included Ole
In the beginning of the 80’s Andy produced some demos for a NWOBHM band called Weapon who were fronted by Danny Hynes. Later in the mid 80’s he formed a new band called Paddy Goes To Holyhead. He got up and play with them occasionally.
In 2006 Steve Grant and Andy worked with Suzi Quatro, writing, playing and producing some songs on her album “Back To The Drive”. Back To The Drive Track list: Back To The Drive, 15 Minutes Of Fame, Duality, I Don’t Do Gentle,