The origins of "Nobody's Heroes" date back to the mid-nineties, when founder members Tim Pearson & Andy Levick played together in the 3-piece outfit "Reckless". We mainly played covers of SLF & Greenday songs in those days, but even then, it was always the aim to eventually become more SLF oriented. After 1 gig though, rehearsals stopped and the drummer moved to America.Tim and Andy didn't meet up again until early 2004, but decided to have another crack at getting things going again, under the current band name, taken from the title of a classic Stiff Little Fingers Album. Again we were planning on being a three piece band but once we found a drummer, we decided to bring in a second guitarist to help "fill out" the sound. Our first attempt with a second guitarist was unsuccessful for a couple of reasons but the end result was that Tim's son Scott was given a chance to see how he fitted in. Scott had been brought up listening to the type of music we played so we thought he would be ideal for the job providing he could play the stuff. Backing vocals were also a bonus! We played a few gigs around Sheffield including The Boardwalk and things were starting to take off again. Then, the drummer decided to concentrate on other things and decided to call it a day.It took us around 10 months to find a suitable replacement and eventually we found Nigel, our current stick man! Within a couple of rehearsal sessions it became clear that Nigel fitted in perfectly, not just as a drummer but also as "one of the gang".That's where we're up to at the moment. Our first gig with our present line-up was in August 2007 and we've played regularly since then. Bookings are coming in on a regular basis and we're making new friends wherever we play. This, along with our regular crowd of friends & family makes every gig an ace night out with a great atmosphere.