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1984. Sweetwaters ... This time the band that took to the stage – featuring newcomer Tim Wedde on keyboards – oozed confidence and professionalism, with a front man who seemed at home rather than overawed by the crowd. The new-look Fagan took to the stage in make-up, wild hair, and a bizarre taste in clothes.– Author John Dix, in his 2005 book Stranded in Paradise
For many who were teenagers at the time, the Mockers were their first big local band. And in Andrew Fagan they found an unashamed pop star: an eccentric, literate, colourful and funny frontman who dressed for the occasion.– Russell Baillie on The Mockers, AudioCulture, 8 December 2016