Lavender Hill Mob (band)

Lavender Hill Mob was a Canadian rock band that was active in the late 1970s. They released two albums on United Artists Records.


The Los Angeles Times wrote, "Lead singer Nicky Prigeno's romantic delivery is a cross between Paul McCartney and Rupert Holmes".[1] In February 1978, Billboard selected the single "Dream Away" as one of its recommended pop music single picks.[2]


  • Lavender Hill Mob – released in 1977
  • Lavender Hill Mob (sometimes referred to as Street of Dreams after one of its singles) – released in 1978

Band membersEdit

  • Nicky Prigeno – Lead vocals, bass
  • Ronny Jones – Vocals, lead guitar
  • Gerry Hardy – Vocals, flute,
  • Chuck Chandler – Vocals, assorted keyboards and synthesizers
  • Vito Fiore – Drums, percussion


  1. ^ Barackman, Michael (June 5, 1977). "Pop Album Briefs: Lavender Hill Mob", Los Angeles Times.
  2. ^ (February 18, 1978). "Top Single Picks", Billboard 90 (7): 79.

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