As well as the individual band members listed individually to the left - let's not forget:
Rhona Walters - Management. Rhona looked after us for all of our career and did an amazing job. She booked rehearsals, gigs, recording sessions, interviews, line-dancing... she generally made everything happen to be honest. After La Paz she went on to manage The Almighty and is now making sure that the Kings Theatre in Glasgow runs like clockwork. We still luv ya ta bitz Rhona :-)
Paul Jackson - Road management. Ok...so he was a roadie, but what a roadie! He was the first roadie we ever had who wasn't just a "hanger on" or a mate doing a favour and who took the job seriously and professionally. Everything went like a dream when Paul was in charge. He progressed to Stage Manager with Judas Priest which shows the quality and ability of the man. He went by the nickname "Bomber" but when he was with us we called him "Miss Jackson"...we still have the photos. Sadly Paul passed away suddenly in 2015 - well before his time. RIP mate...you're missed by us all.
Wilson Reid - PA. Wilson was a long-time pal of Doogie and Al and, since he had a van and a PA, naturally he was hired. He is still running a successful PA hire business and does the rigs for La Paz' current shows.
John McPhee - Sound. John did a great job for us "front of house" and kept the band loud but clear in all cases except at a Kelvingrove gig when "persons unknown but from a 'rival' band nicknamed 'nuthin nuthin' pulled some plugs from the PA"...allegedly of course. After La Paz he went to work for Radio Clyde for many years and now does something secretive for the M.O.D...
Tommy McGuiness, Big Davy Waugh, Robert Fields - The best rock promoters in the business back then and sorely missed now with the lack of good gigs and honest promoters.