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Parents  Eric Oxley, Jan Oxley
Name  Peter Oxley
Years active  1975–1998
Instruments  Bass guitar

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Associated acts  Wooden Horse Jerry and the Jets Golden Syrup Shy Impostors The Sunnyboys The Sparklers Dopplegangers Flathead
Website  Sunnyboys Official website
Siblings  Jeremy Oxley, Melanie Oxley, Tim Oxley, Damien Oxley
People also search for  Jeremy Oxley, Melanie Oxley, Tim Oxley, Damien Oxley
Record labels  Mushroom Records, Shock Records, Phantom Records

Occupation(s)  Musician, songwriter

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Peter Oxley was the bass player for 1980s Australian pop-rock band The Sunnyboys.


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He is credited with writing two songs with The Sunnyboys: "The Stooge" (from the 1984 album Get Some Fun) and "You Don't Need Me" (from the 1983 album Individuals). He also co-wrote "Let You Go", from the group's 1981 self-titled debut album - with his brother Jeremy.

The older brother of Sunnyboys front man Jeremy Oxley, Peter later teamed with their sister Melanie Oxley in her band The Sparklers. Peter lives in Newtown, Sydney, working at the gourmet pizza restaurant he owns and manages.

Albums with (The Sunnyboys : 1980–84, 92 & 98)

  • The Sunnyboys' - Mushroom (1981)
  • Individuals - Mushroom (May 1982)
  • Get Some Fun - Mushroom (1984)
  • Real Live Sunnyboys - Mushroom (1984)
  • Days Are Gone - Closer (1984)
  • Plays The Best - Mushroom Records (July 1991)
  • Shakin: Live August 1991 - Phantom Records (1992)
  • This Is Real: Singles/Live/Rare - Feel Presents/Shock Records (20 September 2004)
  • Albums with (The Sparklers : 1985-1989)

  • Persuasion - Mighty Boy (October 1988)
  • References

    Peter Oxley Wikipedia