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Ibex was a short-lived Liverpool-based rock band in 1969. It is primarily known for having Freddie Mercury (then known as Freddie Bulsara), later of Queen fame, as a member. The other members of the band were Mike Bersin on guitar, Mick Smith on drums and John 'Tupp' Taylor (later Jim Capaldi's manager) on bass. In October 1969, the band changed its name to Wreckage but broke up in November 1969.
On September 9, 1969, the band performed a concert at The Sink in Liverpool, which included an encore with future Queen members Roger Taylor and Brian May. This was their first ever performance together.