SIXTIES stars Huddersfield band Tony and The Outlaws were in demand all over town in their heyday - but where are they now?
The band's rhythm guitarist Mick Kaye found this old picture of the group and is hoping to get in touch with his former bandmates.
Mick, who works for Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, is the one third from the top.
The other members were drummer John Davison, lead singer Pete Smith, Jimmy Hersey on bass and vocalist Malcolm Wood.
They got together in 1961 and played at working men's clubs and dance halls in Huddersfield.
They also performed at the annual Scouts and Guides event at Whiteley's Cafe along with Brian Tann and his quartet.
They were also regulars at the Sheridan Rooms at Manchester Road and topped the bill at Huddersfield Town Hall.
In 1965, a new lead singer, Brian Haigh, joined the group and a new drummer, Dave Tyas, came on board.
The band later became known as John B Vallance and The Allstars.
Their contemporaries included Garry and The Overlanders, Mark Fender and The Trackers, The Blood Group and The Contrasts.
Mick said: "The highlight for us was supporting Emile Ford and The Checkmates at Kettlethorpe Miners' Welfare Club.
"We were also offered a tour in Hamburg - but we were all apprentices at the time, so we felt it was a big risk."
Anyone who can shed light on what happened to the band members should contact our newsroom on 01484 437764.