This link will take you to a longer bio for Chris Lloyds:
This link will take you to a longer bio for Tim Gaze:
Big Red were described as a jazz rock/reggae band using Queensland's better known session musicians, Big Red went on to become one of the state’s most successful bands. In December 1982, after signing with Polygram Records, "The Traveller", Big Red's first single and film clip, was released to rave reviews. TV shows, Countdown, Sounds, Studio One and others played the surf orientated film clip. “The Traveller" was recorded at the Music Farm. Prior to this, ten songs written by Peter Blyton, Tim Gaze and Chris Lloyds were recorded at Suite 16 in Brisbane, however none of these songs have ever been released on C.D. In 1983 Big Red recorded five songs at Billy Fields' Paradise Studios in Sydney with Bill McDonough producing. Unfortunately these too were never released as the band played its last gig on the 30th June, 1983. One of the more memorable appearances was the day Chris and band appeared at the “Summerjam” outdoor concert with Australian Crawl, Goanna and Bullamakanka.
An incomplete muso list for Big Red: Chris Lloyds, Peter Blyton, Peter Willersdorf, Scott Williams, Tim Gaze (ex Tamam Shud), Robbie France, Annette Henry, Daryl Mitchell, Jon Carson and Brett Williams who went on to join "The Choir Boys".
For download here is the single: "The Traveller":