The fevers The Fevers formed in early-1998 from the remains of legendary bands ‘That’s Not Ectoplasm’ and ‘War Hamsters’. They disbanded due to artistic differences (having four drummers and one singer) before reforming again in late-1998. In 1999 they disbanded again due to the difficulties in accommodating four Hammond organs on stage; reforming again shortly afterwards. Over the next fifteen years they reformed and disbanded seven hundred and fifteen times before settling down in 2015. Difficult times ensued when Linda Ronstadt wanted to go solo and again when Bono kept pestering for a free transfer from U2. They now consist of Nigel Bishop - guitarist and actual bishop, Dave Nash - bassist and raconteur (well, he talks a lot), Sean McAuley - guitarist, keyboardist and Peaky Blinder, Jerry Sullivan - drummer and Olympic cyclist, and John McManus - scissors player, vocalist and megalomaniac. As one of the top 15 punk bands in the South Kettering area they play a top selection of punk, ska and new-wave classics - renowned for their tight music, tight harmonies, tight pants and tight wallets.