The ‘Angels' are an Australian rock band from Adelaide which started life as ‘The Moonshine Jug and String Band’ formed by brothers Rick and John Brewster in 1970 and were joined by Bernard ‘Doc’ Neeson a year later.
In 1973 the band released their debut EP ‘Keep You on the Move’, which made the top 5 in Adelaide, followed by the single ‘That’s All Right With Me’. In 1974 they changed their name to ‘The Keystone Angel’s, switched to electric instruments and began playing 1950s rock and roll on the pub circuit. In 1975, the band supported AC/DC during a South Australian tour, and later performed as the backing band for Chuck Berry. In 1975, the band was offered a recording deal with the Alberts label and became ‘The Angels’.
The band relocated from Adelaide to Sydney and enjoyed huge local success, clocking up hit singles across four decades, including ‘Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again’, 'No Secrets', 'Marseilles', 'Long Line', 'Mr Damage', 'Let The Night Roll On' and 'Waiting For The Sun'. After spending most of the 2000's apart, in April 2008, the original 1970's line-up of 'The Angels' reformed for a series of tours.