Blam Blam Blam
Born out of The Whizz Kids, Blam Blam Blam had their roots at Westlake Boys High on Auckland's North Shore. Tim Mahon and Mark Bell migrated across the bridge during the punk heyday in 1978 to join the avant-punk-theatre act The Plague, whose major claim to fame came with their naked live performance (albeit covered in paint) at the 1979 Nambassa Rock Festival in front of 30,000 confused hippies. Mark, Tim and Ian Giroy were the "band" in the Plague and soon spun off as The Whizz Kids, releasing a single "Occupational Hazard" for Ripper in 1980...
100% New Zealand Music
Mark Bell - Gat/Vox
Tim Mahon - Bass/Vox
Don McGlashan - Drums/Vox/Euphonium