Dave Feehan (Bass Guitar / Vocals)
Wayne Feehan (Keyboards)
Lawrence Cooper (Lead Guitar)
Graham McFarlane (Drums)
Tapestry were formed in 1970 and gigged the Wellington circuit in the early seventies. They actually evolved from the Lost Souls. They were a hard working foursome who cut "Midnight Rider"/"In The Shadows" in 1971 on Climax label. Switching to UBA they recorded two more singles "Celebration"/"It's Wrong" in 1972 and "John, Where You Going"/"In The Rain" in 1973.
Tapestry were resident at the Cave in Wellington and lasted as a group until 1976. Quite a few of Wellington's finest musicians passed through the group at various times, including Kerry Jacobsen, who went on to play with Dragon, and Robbie Mackie and Dave Kirkland from Cellophane, as well as James Dwain and Glen Timihou from Spyce Of Lyfe.
In the eighties, Dave Feehan expanded his repertoire to embrace soul and jazz, recording an album and two singles.
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