After the demise of Daddy Cool and Mighty Kong, Ross Hannaford formed Billy T with Joe Creighton in Queensland, and later joined up with Russell Smith (Company Caine) and Mick Holden (The Mixtures), playing a mixture of Reggae, Soul, Funk and Rock in Melbourne.
They released 3 singles and their debut LP 'No Definitions'. As Joe Creighton recalls "Billy T was a unique band in that it broke the mould of standard Aussie rock in pubs. With our own brand of blue-eyed soul and reggae we had quite a successful run in the Australian pub circuit.'
The Billy T catalogue is available through Laneway Music on all digital platforms.