Derry City Football Team Rescue gig, The Vibe, Derry. The Undertones, Moondogs and Bam Bam. Great to see so many old friends again. Moondogs decide to re-form for a hobby and a bit of craic.
Moondogs, BamBam and Undertones receive a standing ovation from the Derry City football fans in the Brandywell for which the bands raised £10,000 - A moment.
The Moondogs begin recording songs for their CD which they hope to release later this year.
(approx.) John Peel plays "Who's Gonna tell Mary" on BBC Radio 1. He asks "what are the band doing now?". . . We hope he sees this.
Moondogs Web site launched. Thanks Rodger and Julius for your support.
Record Collector mag feature 'The Moondogs Matinee '
Gig in the Nerve Center, Derry.

To refer to Luke: "the Moondogs was terrific! Kicking off with ‘Ya dont do ya’ and knocking out one great tune after the next, it was a blast! .They sounded great, dynamic and as melodic as ever. The Ramones tribute consisted of ‘Blitzkrieg Bop, Judy is a Punk & Today your love Tomorrow the world’. There was a 4th member on guitar called Eddie Connolly who was dynamite and the band even gave out spot prizes of t-shirts and LPs to thank the lucky punters."
The Moondogs played with the Saw Doctors in Belfast on the 22nd December.
In the Gweedore bar in Derry,The Moondogs and a host of other performers performed at a JOEY RAMONE tribute night.The night is in aid of the childerns cancer unit, Royal Victora hospital Belfast. It should be a great nights entertainment
The Joey tribute was a fantastic success.The Gweedore was packed and the bands were great. The night raised over £1200 for the (children's cancer unit) Royal Victoria hospital Belfast. On Saturday we met with the owner of Reekus Records,and that went well. Also on Saturday we got news the Detour has finally got the Peel sessions from the BBC and that the sound well. We spent Sunday recording in Gem studios, A very productive weekend for the band.
We played a few songs at Jackies 40th birthday last Friday. "Who's Gonna Tell Mary" was used in a short film . It was transmitted on BBC2 last Thursday.