The Dogs D’Amour

The Dogs D’Amour

The origins of the band can be traced to The Bordello Boys, formed in late 1982 by Tyla (born Timothy Taylor), formerly of Kitsch. An American vocalist who was staying in England at the time, Ned Christie (real name Robert Stoddard), was brought into the project and he gave the band the name, The Dogs D’Amour, and co-wrote many early songs with Tyla. Guitarist Nick Halls, bass guitarist Karl Watson and drummer Bam completed the line-up.

Vintage Magazines with The Dogs D’Amour

Screamer Magazine May 1990

Screamer Magazine May 1990
Issue: May 1990. Featuring: Faster Pussycat. Also Included Alice Cooper, Bang Tango, Flotsam and Jetsam, Sacred Reich, Ace Frehley, Balaam and the Angle, Bonham, Circus of Power, Company of Wolves, Death Angel, Dogs D' Amour, Doro Pesch, Enuff Z' Nuff, Stevie Salas and Much More

Screamer Magazine November 1989

Screamer Magazine November 1989
Issue: November 1989. Featuring: Aerosmith. Also Included Annihilator, Child's Play, Dogs D' Amour, Forbidden, Icon, King Diamond, Kreator, Mike Monroe, MX Machine, Pretty Boy Floyd, Shotgun Messiah, Steve Jones, Steve Stevens Atomic Playboys, Testament, Wolfsbane and Much More.

Screamer Magazine April 1989


Articles with The Dogs D’Amour

Screamer Magazine May 1990

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Screamer Magazine November 1989

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Screamer Magazine April 1989