Straddling the late-'70's hard rock/new wave barrier and cranking out hits that ranged from orchestral ballads to slick pop/rock, the Babys' career was short but productive. Built around John Waite's vocals and the band's nimble sound, they started off as Free-inspired rockers with a sentimental streak, hitting first with ballads like "Isn't It Time" and "Every Time I Think of You." They became an AOR radio staple thanks to hooky, uptempo tracks like "Back on My Feet Again" and "Midnight Rendezvous" and their 1980 album Union Jacks proved to be their biggest seller. Thirty-plus years after breaking up, the band re-formed, without Waite, to release I'll Have Some of That in 2014.
The beginnings of the band date to a meeting in 1973 between guitarist Mike Corby and music impresario Adrian Millar, and was decided that the Corby would put ... Read Full Biography