Wet Wet Wet were a successful Scottish pop band of the 1980s and 1990s and scored a number of hits in the British charts, and around the world. Wet Wet Wet were formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1986.
The band members were:
- Marti Pellow (real name, Mark Mclaughlin) - Vocals
- Tommy Cunningham - Drums
- Graeme Clark - Bass
- Neil Mitchell - Guitar
- Graeme Duffin - Guitar
In 1988 Wet Wet Wet scored their first number one hit with a cover version of the Beatles song "With a Little Help From My Friends" recorded for charity. And the following year the band released their second album Holding Back the River, which was also a success and produced the hit single "Sweet Surrender".
In 1992 the band released a third album called High on the Happy Side which produced the hit single "Goodnight Girl"
In 1994 Wet Wet Wet had their biggest hit with a cover version of the Troggs single "Love is All Around" which was a huge international success and spent 15 weeks at number one in the British charts. The song was the soundtrack to the film Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Several of the bands members left in 1997, and although Wet Wet Wet have not officially split, they have not had released any records for a number of years.