In 1973, while they are still in college, singer Doc. Neeson and guitarist Rick Brewster, accompanied by a few student buddies take the stage and briskly massacre several blues standards.
Three years later, they became The Angels, open for AC-DC and count among the most promising groups of the Australian heavy metal. A favorite Bon Scott and of Angus Young, The Angels record a pair of albums which are; at the very least, revolutionary for the time.
Whereas the groups are practically identical as far as their look, The Angels play their concerts dressed in three piece suites, while their lyrics speak of traditional literature, voyages in France, references to philosophy and, incidentally, of love and drugs. With such an art of recognition, success follows immediately, and the group chains one tour after another while titles such as I Ain't The One, Be With You, Comin' Down and Mr. Damage literally take off on Australian radio. In 1979, Epic signs the group for the whole world.
The following year, The Angels obtains its first national consecration with simple No Secrets which would remain #1 in the charts for weeks. In 1984, the group spent some time in Los Angeles before returning a few years later to their native ground.
Since then, the group has known some personnel changes, but remains always faithful to its inimitable style.