from Las Vegas
in the mid-1980s
, with a faux British
sound and jangling guitars very much like the Three O'Clock
. The lineup included Terry Leeper on lead vocals, Chris Fredianelli on bass (or guitar - memory fails me), Gina Mainwal
on drums, and some other fella.
They had one local hit, an upbeat number called "Gina" that received heavy airplay on the local college radio station. Maybe they could have made it - "Gina" was really a very, very catchy song - but they split up not too long after this initial success.
Gina later moved to seattle, where she became outstanding in the local arts and music scene. She performed with Krist Novoselic's Sweet 75 and The No WTO Combo.