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Tinyfish in 2009
(l-r) Jim Sanders, Paul Worwood, Simon Godfrey, Robert Ramsay, Leon Camfield
Background information
Origin England
Genres progressive rock
Years active 2004-present
Labels Lazy Gun Records
Festival Music (F2)
Metal Mind Productions
Simon Godfrey
Jim Sanders
Paul Worwood
Rob Ramsay
Leon Camfield

Tinyfish is an English progressive rock band, originating from South London.


Band history



Tinyfish was formed in September 2004. [1] The band has its roots in an acoustic band called Men Are Dead which played the open mike spots of London.[2]

Recording and performance

Tinyfish released their eponymous debut album in 2007 to critical acclaim. Geoff Barton gave the album 8/10 in Classic Rock Magazine.[3] The magazine ranked it 15 in the best album of 2007 list.[4]

The band signed with Festival Music in 2008. Their first release for the label was Curious Things, a collection of unreleased songs recorded prior to their debut album.[5]

In February 2009 Tinyfish played the ProgRock 2009 festival in Katowice, Poland. Their performance was recorded and released as a live DVD/CD named "One Night on Fire".


  • Tinyfish (2006; Lazy Gun Records; ISBN: 643157382522)
  • Curious Things (2009; Lazy Gun Records / Festival Music; ISBN: 643157403159)
  • One Night on Fire (2009; Metal Mind Productions)


Current members

  • Simon Godfrey (vocals, guitars and drums)
  • Jim Sanders (guitars, vocals)
  • Paul Worwood (bass)
  • Rob Ramsay (spoken word, harmonica)
  • Leon Camfield (drums, percussion, vocals)


  1. ^ "Tinyfish Documentary Part 1". youtube. Retrieved March 9 2010. 
  2. ^ Ritchie, Jason (January 2008). "Get Ready to ROCK! Interview with progressive rock band Tinyfish". Interview. http:// Retrieved 10 March 2010. 
  3. ^ Barton, Geoff (August 2007). "Tinyfish - Tinyfish". Classic Rock Magazine (108). 
  4. ^ "Best albums of 2007". Classic Rock Magazine (114). 2008. 
  5. ^ "Tinyfish". Band biography. Metal Mind Productions. Retrieved 10 March 2010. 


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