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Published on Oct 8, 2006
Arrows in their last ever appearance doing their song "Love Rider," a tune recorded in 1976 at Granada's Quay Street Studio in Manchester England that didn't get released until 2005 with EMI's "A's B's and Rarities." The band split up shortly after this Christmas appearance. Because of reruns the band were on air in 1977 even though they had gone separate ways. Following up, the lead singer Alan Merrill formed the Island Records band Runner, drummer Paul Varley the Charisma Records band Darling, guitarist Terry Taylor founded the Rhthym Kings band with Bill Wyman, and guitarist Jake Hooker became his wife Lorna Luft's manager. For more on the band look up "Arrows UK pop group" on any search engine.