TV and Radio appearances 1965-1981
Drop In (Sweden 1965) – The Iveys
'Drop In' was a Swedish music programme with Sony and Cher, The Loving Spoonful and the Kinks.
The Iveys (pre-Fumble) were Des and Mario's first band; founded in 1962 with Mario's brother Remo on bass and John Watson on bass.
The Old Grey Whistle Test, 1972 and 1975
Most famous UK music programme.
Fumble appeared twice on the OGWT.
December 19, 1972
January 10, 1975
Free the Kids, Keep A Knockin'
Musikladen (Germany 1973) – Fumble with Chris Montez
One of the most famous German music programmes.
Fumble played live and opened the show with three songs: 'Good Golly Miss Molly, 'Get Up' and 'Jailhouse Rock'.
Hithlight of the show: Chris Montez & Fumble with 'Let's Dance'
Fumble and Chris Montez on youtube
Hits a Gogo (Germany 1973)
German music programme running from 1968 to 1973 featuring beat, rock, folk and soul artists.
The show opened with Fumble playing 'Let it rock'; later they played 'Million Seller'
Let it Rock on youtube
Oh Boy & Let's Rock (1979)
Famous non-stop Rock'n'Roll Show with Shakin' Stevens, Lulu, Alvin Stardust , Joe Brown and many more. The show was produced in 1979/1980 and broadcast worldwide in 1983. Fumble were regulars on the show.
Shakin Stevens and Fumble on youtube
Bananas (Germany 1981)
German music programme
Fumble played their new single 'Wasn't that a Party', wich was released in August 1981 in Germany only
watch the video on Youtube
Hier und Heute (Germany 1982)
German 15 minute daily programme about people and events around Cologne.. Fumble played 'Your Mama Don't Dance' and 'Nut Rocker' in one of the episodes.
This episode was deleted from the TV archives, but thanks to Rock and Roll fan Thomas this copy of Fumble survived!
BBC Radio – The John Peel Sessions (27 June 1972)
Take Good Care of my Baby,
Teenager in Love
Breaking Up is hard to do