Brian Faloon

Brian Faloon is a musician born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He played drums for Highway Star, who were to become Stiff Little Fingers, having met two of the other band members at Belfast Boys' Model School. Faloon stayed with SLF long enough to record their first album Inflammable Material but decided the rock 'n' roll lifestyle wasn't for him, so left the band, inspiring the words to SLF's single "Wait and See".[1] In the nineties, Faloon occasionally performed as a guest drummer with the SLF tribute band Hanx who went on to become minor Punk band 'The Red Eyes'. As of 2009, he is back in Northern Ireland where he presents a weekly show on local radio.

Preceded by
1st incumbent
Drummer for Stiff Little Fingers
Succeeded by
Jim Reilly

Brian Faloon
Birth nameBrian Faloon
Born (1958-05-27) 27 May 1958
OriginBelfast, Northern Ireland
GenresRock, punk rock
Associated actsStiff Little Fingers (1977–1979)


  1. "Stiff Little Fingers – Nobody's Heroes". 3 October 2003. Retrieved 11 February 2011.

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