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One Step Behind are the UK's premier Madness tribute band. Formed in Spring 1993, the band has achieved widespread recognition in an unusually short time.
Perhaps there is no better review for a tribute than the original artist complimenting them on what they do. Suggs at the G-MEX in Manchester walked up to the microphone and said "By the way, we're Madness not One Step Behind!
The subsequent review in the Melody Maker bared the headline One Step Behind. Sax player Lee Thompson is quoted as saying that OSB were single handily keeping the good ship Madness afloat. Lee Has also joined OSB on stage a few times commenting the band were Tight as a ducks arse and Brilliant. Drummer Dan Woody Woodgate joined the band on stage for One Step Beyond and told the boys he thought they were amazing. "That's exactly what we used to be like - you've got it to a tee!" he said. Fine praise indeed! And he could not believe the keyboard playing used no overdubs and was all being played live!
One Step Behind have also appeared on television a number of times. Singer Ian Soulsby made an appearance on "Stars In Their Eyes" in the 1990s while the whole band appeared on children's Saturday morning show SMTV (with Ant & Dec!) in 1998 performing their version of "Driving In My Car".OSB's most recent TV appearance was at the 2006 Proms Party in Hyde Park, London. The band performed to around 50,000 people and a television audience in the millions!
One Step Beyond
Sun & Rain
Driving In My Car
It Must Be Love
Tomorrows Just ...
Bed & Breakfast Man
Wings Of A Dove
House Of Fun
Nite Boat To Cairo
And Many Others