Group    From /8/1967  To 16/9/1977

Tyrannosaurus Rex / T.Rex

Categories: Music / songs

Formed by Marc Bolan and Steve Took as Tyrannosaurus Rex, the name was shortened to T.Rex round about the time success came with 'Ride a White Swan' in 1970/1. The band ended when Bolan was killed in 1977. Other members of the band, over time included: Mickey Finn, Steve Currie and Dino Dines.

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Tyrannosaurus Rex / T.Rex

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Marc Bolan shrine - plaque - Currie

Steve Currie, 20th May 1947 - 28th April 1981. Original bassist with T-Rex. ...

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Marc Bolan shrine - plaque - Dines

Peter (Dino) Dines, Dec. 17th 1944 - 28th Jan. 2004. Keyboards. A member of...

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Marc Bolan shrine - plaque - Finn

Mickey Finn, 3rd June 1947 - 11th January 2003. Mickey joined Marc in late 1...

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Marc Bolan shrine - plaque - TAG

These steps were laid on January 9th & 10th 2000 by TAG (T-Rex Action Gro...

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Marc Bolan shrine - plaque - Took

Steve Peregrin Took, 28th July 1949 - 27th October 1980. Original founder in...

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