No Dice are one of those long lost 70s rock bands that are part of life. The band made two albums for EMI which have never surfaced on CD. The first self-titled release was in 1977 and that was followed by a major tour supporting Judas Priest worldwide. The second album, '2 Faced', was released in 1979.
The first album is an absolutely great album featuring Roger 'Peaches' Ferris (vocals), Dave 'Dezal' Martin (guitar), Gary Strange (bass), and Chris Wyles (drums). Some people say it was the Quireboys before the Quireboys. I reckon its a bit more heavier then that.
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NO DICE 2012
You might have guessed but... 30 years after their demise the 2012 line up of No Dice are playing a special one-off reunion show at London's Dingwalls Club in Camden.
Original members Roger 'Peaches' Ferris, Dzal Martin, Chris Wyles and Dave 'Munch' Moore will be playing material from the first two albums, 'No Dice' and '2 Faced'.
Encouraged by calls to reform and positive internet response No Dice are very excited about playing the old songs again and Dingwalls
seemed like a natural place to hold this unique event.
Looking forward to seeing a lot of old friends and new faces so put May 16th 2012 in your Rock 'n' Roll Diary for this Special night. Support comes from Jay Stapley.