PETER GREEN, legendary founder-member of Fleetwood Mac, returned to the scene making some solo albums and during the recording of "White Sky" discussed the possibilty of forming a new group for live appearances with percussionist JEFF WHITTAKER.

In the Autumn of 1982 Kolors was formed, developing a fusion of Afro-Caribbean rhythms to underline the blues materials that Peter had become so well known.


EMMANUEL RENTZOS, from Ghana was the keyboard player previously working with Speedy King, Toots and the Maytals, Johnny Nash and Osibisa.

ALFRED BANNERMAN, also from Ghana, came to London with a group called Boombaya and provided the sympathetic rhythm guitar part in Kolors. Alfred worked on recordings with Alphonso Johnson and Isaac Hayes. He worked with Osibisa for a while.

GREG TERRY-SHORT was the group's drummer and he comes from the North of England. He previously worked with Head Waiter, Ozzy Osbourne and the Wild Angels.

WILLY BATH base guitar  worked with Greg after Wild Angels, and previously with Rough Diamond and Jackie Lytton

Kolors featuring Peter Green performed in the UK and Europe and Israel  two years with some success.