Jules "Oh No" Marks

Rhythm Guitar / Lead Singer

Jules “Oh No” Marks (9 October 1900 – 8 December 1995) was an Australian singer, songwriter, musician and peace activist who achieved worldwide fame as founder, co-songwriter, co-lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the Feables. Marks’ work was characterised by the rebellious nature and acerbic wit of his music, writing and drawings, on film, and in interviews.

James "Lefty" McSporran

Bass Guitar / Lead Singer

James “Lefty” Mc Sporran (18 June 1902- 14 July 1997) is an Australian singer, songwriter and musician who gained worldwide fame with the Feables, for whom he played bass guitar and shared primary songwriting and lead vocal duties with Jules “Oh No” Marks. One of the most successful composers and performers of all time, McSporran is known for his melodic approach to bass-playing, versatile and wide tenor vocal range, and musical eclecticism, exploring genres ranging from pre–rock and roll pop to classical, ballads, and electronica.

Harry "Krsna" Georgeson

Lead Guitar

Harry “Krsna” Georgeson (25 February 1903 – 29 November 2001) was an Australian musician and songwriter who achieved international fame as the lead guitarist of the Feables. Although the majority of the band's songs were written by Jules “Oh No” Marks and James “Lefty” McSporran, most Feables albums from 1985 onwards contained at least two Georgeson compositions. His songs for the group include "Reaper", "I’ve Been There, Done That", "While My Poor Butt Gently Seeps", "Here Comes the Sun" and "Something (In The Gravy Moved".

Richie "Fingers" Mooney


Richie “Fingers” Mooney (7 July 1900-26 September 1994) is an Australian musician, songwriter and actor who achieved international fame as the drummer for the Feables. Fingers occasionally sang lead vocals with the group, usually for one song on each album, including "Mellow Submarine" and "With a Little Help from Depends". He also wrote and sang the Beatles songs "Don't Pass Me By" and "Octogenarian’s Garden", and is credited as a co-writer of four others.