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WOLVERINES (2000)
Darcy LeYear, John Clifton and Chris Doyle

  Darcy Le Year    John Clifton  Chris Doyle

1994 – Darcy LeYear, John Clifton and Chris Doyle formed the Wolverines.

1998 – Darcy LeYear- South Australian Country Music Festival Awards- Inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Their first two albums "GONNA RIDE ALL NIGHT LONG" and  "FEEL THE NEED TO RIDE" were both recorded in Nashville Tennessee.

2000 – Inducted into the Hands of Fame.

2001 - Hit single "65 Roses" went gold in September selling over 35,000 copies, this single raised the awareness and much needed research funds for Cystic Fibrosis.

2002 - ACMEC release "WOLVERINES & ROSES", (featuring the hit single "65 Roses" and the exceptional “I Had A Dream”), still recording high sales figures.

Golden Guitar for Vocal Group of the Year with “65 Roses”. Mo Awards for the Country Group of the Year. ACE Awards – Country Group.

2003 – Mo Awards for The Jim Bean Country Group of the Year. ACE Awards – Country Group. People’s Choice Awards for Best Group. Sailed from Sydney to north Queensland playing concerts along the way to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis.

July 2003 saw the Wolverines leave their bikes on land and head for the open sea. The Wolverines Sail for CF Kids tour, sponsored by LJ HOOKER, involved the Wolverines sailing from Sydney to the Whitsundays, with 14 ports and 14 gigs to raise both awareness and funds to aid Cystic Fibrosis research

2004 - Their 4th album "MAKING TRACKS" (released on ACMEC label.  'A Little Bit Of Country' featured a one hour documentary on this unique and highly successful project. Mo Awards for the Country Group of the Year. People’s Choice Awards for Best Group.

2005 - ACE Awards – Country Group.

2006 The Wolverines 5th CD, GOOD TIMESalso released at Tamworth

2007 - Mo Awards for the Country Group of the Year. GOOD TIMES was voted Best Album at the People’s Choice Awards – Best Song with “Angel Eyes”. Sailed from Sydney to Mareeba in north Queensland playing concerts along the way to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis.

2008 - Release of the Wolves' 6th CD Occasional Course Language- their first Party Album.

2010 – Chris Doyle received the 17th Peel Valley Lions Club Australian Country Music Community Service Award.