Galaxies IV was popular rock quartet that achieved major label success in the 1960s and launched the career renowned Philly soul guitarist TJ Tindall. The band initially formed at a Trenton Catholic school in 1962, according to an article on Garage Hangover. In addition to Tindall, the founding group members were Alan Fowler, Chris Holmes, Charles Brodowicz and Len Demski. Tindall left the group when his family moved to Pennington.
The group’s notable accomplishments include winning a “Rock and Roll Olympics competition in 1965 that was judged by super-producer Phil Spector and earned a mention in Billboard magazine, and playing at the New York World’s Fair the same year. Noted author James A. Michener penned a laudatory article about them in October 31, 1965 New York Times . They toured with national acts such as the Isley Brothers, the Association and Young Rascals.
Interview with Alan Fowler