The Sunnyboys - Members

Members

  • Bill Bilson — drums (1980–84, 1991, 1998, 2012)
  • Richard Burgman — guitar (1980–84, 1991, 2012)
  • Nick Freedman — guitar (1987–89)
  • Peter Hincenbergs — drums (1987–89)
  • Jeremy Oxley — guitar, vocals (1980–84, 1987-89, 1991, 1998, 2012)
  • Peter Oxley — bass (1980–84, 1991, 1998, 2012)
  • Tim Oxley — guitar (1998)
  • Phil Smith — bass (1987–89)

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