The Saints

The Saints were an Australian rock band from Brisbane that issued the punk single “I’m Stranded” on self-press Fatal in 1976, followed by three albums on Harvest between 1977 and 1978. A further round of albums appeared on assorted labels during the 1980s, culminating with a second career-wind on Mushroom during the latter part of the decade.

Members: Chris Bailey (vocals, guitar, organ), Ed Kuepper (guitar, 1973-78), Ivor Hay (drums, 1973-87), Laurie Cuff [aka Laurie Mysterio] (drums, guitar, 1974-83), Doug Balmanno (bass, 1975), Kym Bradshaw (bass, 1975-77), Jeffery Wegener (drums, 1977-78), Alisdair Ward [aka Algy Ward] (bass, 1977-78), Roger Cawkwell (saxophone, piano, 1977-78), Janine Hall (bass, 1979-85), Bruce Callaway (guitar, 1979-83), Barry Francis (guitar, 1979), Mark Birmingham (drums, 1980-81), Ian Sheddon (drums, 1982-2004), Chris Burnham (guitar, 1982-89), Tracey Pew (bass, 1984), Richard Burgman (guitar, 1985), Louise Elliot (saxophone, 1985), Arturo LaRizza (bass, 1985-2004), Joe Chiofalo (keyboard, 1986-91)


  • (I’m) Stranded (1977)
  • Eternally Yours (1978)
  • Prehistoric Sounds (1978)
  • The Monkey Puzzle (1980)
  • Casablanca (1982)
  • A Little Madness to Be Free (1984)
  • All Fools Day (1986)
  • Prodigal Son (1988)

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