supplied by Tony Qunta
Yvonne Cleland….Cool look, Tony!
Tony Qunta….Thanks Yvonne! It was a great gig with a great band!
Andy Qunta….Looks like a fun show!
Pete Fisher….played Wiesen a few times in the following decade…nice festival!
supplied by Roger Carey
Val Kelly lead singer, Guilio Risi keyboards, Carley Broom lead & backing vocals, Tony Qunta guitar & vocals, Roger Carey bass & vocals, Dominic Pizzinat drums.
Joe Knight….NICE PHOTO
Yvonne Cleland…. I remember Rog and Tony telling me about when they worked in Spain. So this is it! Cool!
From 2011 with the 1971 Hookfoot track “Movies’. Great performance deserves more people to listen to this.
A great picture of Factory from Andy Qunta’s website www.andyqunta.com
I asked Andy where the name ‘Factory’ came from and got this reply :
Well I was working in a factory around that time, it was on an industrial estate. (Tich Turner was working for another company on the same estate, which was where I first met him). I don’t know if that’s why we called it Factory, but maybe. We thought of it as a band that made music, therefore – Factory. The first name we had was Jack Plugg, which we thought was hiliarious for a couple of weeks, and then the joke wore off! A friend of mine at Hastings College, called Dave Gurney, suggested we call ourselves Cherubim, Seraphim, Angel & Tone! Umm, thanks, Dave! Andy Qunta
Drummer – Lol Cooksey