Martin Albert Mulry (2 September 1947 – 1 September 2001) professionally known as Ted Mulry, was an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, bass player and guitarist.
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The Ted Mulry Gang – TMG – formed in ’72 and hit it big in 1975 with the unforgettable ‘Jump In My Car’. Prior to that, Ted had been known as a balladeer; with his own group behind him he became an unrepentant rocker. Gang members Herm Kovac on drums and Les Hall on guitar both came from Newcastle’s Velvet Underground. Mushroom managed to sign the band to Atlantic in the US where Disturbing the Peace was released; alas the band never toured there so the album failed to take off. TMG Live was the original band’s final release, and a great swansong. Although the hits had dried up by the early ’80s, the band continued, finding new success on the club and ’70s/80s nostalgia circuit. They released a new album in 1989, and Ted released a solo album in 1998, featuring songs co-written with his brother Steve Mulry.
By the mid-1970's he had taken up the lead vocals and bass guitar to head the Ted Mulry Gang or TMG. The band scored a number one hit in 1975-6 with "Jump In My Car" (David Hasselhoff recorded a version in 2006) with a string of hit singles following, including "Darktown Strutter's Ball", "Jamaican Rum" and "My Little Girl".
Martin Albert Mulry professionally known as Ted Mulry, was an English-born Australian singer, songwriter, bass player and guitarist. Ted Mulry Gang - The TMG Album (1977). Ted Mulry Gang - The TMG Album (1977): .
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