Dodgy are an English power pop rock group that rose to prominence during the 1990s. They are best known for their hits “Staying out for the summer”, “If you’re thinking of me”, “In a room” and “Good enough” - the latter being their biggest hit record after it reached No.4 in the UK Singles Chart back in July 1996. Their band members include: Nigel Clark (Vocals), Andy Miller (Guitar), Matthew Priest (Drums) and Stuart Thoy (Bass). Born from the ashes of Purple, a trio from Bromsgrove and Redditch, Dodgy’s debut album “The Dodgy Album” was produced by The Lightning Seeds' Ian Broudie and was released in May 1993. “Homegrown” and “Free Peace Sweet” followed as their second and third album before Clark went on to pursue a nine-year solo career in 1998.
Dodgy released just the one album during this period, “Real estate”, before Clark returned in October 2007 to kick-start a reunion the following summer. Dodgy have made several appearances at gigs such as Glastonbury, Whatfest and Cornbury and their most recent album “What are we fighting for”, which features their latest member Thoy, was released in 2016.
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