Brian Poole & The Tremeloes. Brian Poole & The Tremeloes. Hello Buddy (1971 Recording). Brian Poole & the Tremeloes were an English beat group founded in 1958 in Dagenham, Essex, England. Lead singer Brian Poole left the band in 1966 and the band continued as The Tremeloes. View full artist profile.
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Brian Poole and the Tremeloes continued to produce hits and thrive in the UK charts with tracks such as "Candy Man", which reached number six and the popular ballad "Someone, Someone" which reached number two. In 1968 the band officially split. Brian Poole left to begin a solo career and pursue other opportunities, one of which included starting his own record label called Outlook Records. Other members of the band continued under their previous name, the Tremeloes.
The Tremeloes are an English beat group founded in 1958 in Dagenham, Essex, and still active as of 2006. They were part of the British Invasion, where they grew to prominence. They were formed as Brian Poole and the Tremoloes (the spelling "tremoloes" was soon changed because of a spelling mistake in an East London newspaper) influenced by Buddy Holly and the Crickets.