Rumour has it that Scarborough rockers Little Angels are in talks about a reformation.
The band had a string of hits between 1990 and 1993 with songs such as 'She's A Little Angel', 'Too Much Too Young' and 'Womankind' which reached number 12 in the UK singles charts. The band split in 1994.
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Singer Toby Jepson went on to front a solo band then sang for Fastway, Gun and most recently Dio's Disciples. Guitarist Bruce John Dickinson and his keyboard playing brother formed the short lived BLOW, while bassist Mark Plunkett managed Ronan Keating and Boyzone. The four are now allegedly talking of putting the band back together with an eye on a slot at the Download Festival 2012.
It is unsure who would be playing drums in the new band as their last drummer, Mark Richardson, is now a member of Skunk Anansie and their previous drummer, Michael Lee sadly passed away in 2008.
Ironically it was at his funeral that Jepson, Plunkett and the Dickinson brothers met for the first time since the band's split over a decade before.
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