Ian Stuart and Ken McKay formed as a duo in the early 70s. Their first release was a single on the Troubadour label ''Right For Me'' in 1972. The label billed them as McKay and Stuart. Moving to the Atlantic label they released their first album 'Playin' Up' in 1973. The song ''Hey Billy'' was lifted from the album and charted at #63 in December of that year. The song was based on a photo seen by McKay in Time magazine. In 1975 they released their second album 'Never Is Forever'. Further single releases bore no chart success. In the mid 70s Stuart and McKay joined Ross Ryan as backing musicians for his live performances. They parted ways around 1977 when McKay relocated to Melbourne. Both members have since died.
3 DEC '73