Sweet on a centrespread poster in Bravo of 13 July 1978. They had changed their look to in a bid to be taken serious as a rock band. Andy Scitt went for the dad beard, Mick Tucker cut his hair like a mom, and Steve Priest got a footballer’s perm because he just didn’t have a clue what to do…
Sweet are pictured in the June 1974 issue of Bravo Posters.
Dress-down day at Sweet HQ, on as Bravo poster in May 1973. They were having a hit with Blockbuster (Hellraiser and Ballroom Blitz were still to come that year)
The cover of Bravo of 17 March 1977. That week 40 years ago, Germany’s youth read about:
• Teenage actress Nastassja Kinski’s appearance in an episode if crime series Tatort
• Interview with Sweet’s singer Brian Connolly (“We should change our name”)
• How Boney M live
• Introducing new Bay City Rollers member Pat McGlynn
• Susan Dey on the set of her new TV series Love Me, Love Me Not
• Eddie And The Hit Rods in concert
• The Beatles Revival Band
• Slik’s “comeback”
• Spanish singer Jeanette with her hit “Porque te vas”
Sweet on a super-sized poster in Bravo of 29 December 1977
The Sweet on a panoramic (four-part) Bravo poster in October 1971. We must commend their efforts at saving water.
The Sweet on a poster in Bravo in September 1973. “Hell Raiser” was the current hit; very soon “Ballroom Blitz” was going to strike big. Which witch from a Disney movie is Steve Priest trying to be?
Sweet on a really good superposter in Bravo of 3 June 1976.
Brian Connolly, lead singer of Sweet, on a single-page poster in Bravo of 29 April 1976
Sweet on a double-page poster in Bravo of 9 January 1975.
Brian, Steve (ah-ha), Mick (yeah), Andy (all right) were the winners of Bravo’s poll for Favourite Group of 1974, the year in which they had a string of hits, the biggest being “Teenage Rampage”