Related Information for Kilburn & The High Roads Kilburn & The High Roads were a semi-successful pub-rock group formed in 1970 by Ian Dury and shy jazz pianist Russel Hardy. Described as six men waiting at a bus stop by DJ Charlie Gillet and named after Kilburn High Road, unsurprisingly in Kilburn, London they had only one album Handsome (though another "Wottabunch!" was released after Dury achieved solo success) and in 1973 supported The Who on the British leg of their Quadrophenia tour though their influence would outweigh any.. read more