Mark Knopfler, the co-founder and lead guitarist of Dire Straits, has remembered the times when he founded his secondary band The Notting Hillbillies in 1986.

A section from the video clip of The Notting Hillbillies was shared on the Instagram account of Mark Knopfler. The good old times of the band, which was formed by Knopfler alongside his friends and colleagues Steve Phillips, Brendan Croker, Guy Fletcher, Paul Franklin, Marcus Cliffe, and Ed Bicknell, were recalled.

Knopfler reminded the memorable song, ‘Feel Like Going Home‘ from the band’s only album ‘Missing…Presumed Having A Good Time‘ one more time. The album, which was released on 6 March 1990 by Vertigo Records, was comprised of traditional and blues-based songs mostly.

Here is what was said on the Instagram post of Knopfler:

In 1986 Mark formed The Notting Hillbillies alongside friends and colleagues Steve Phillips, Brendan Croker, Guy Fletcher, Paul Franklin, Marcus Cliffe, and Ed Bicknell.

‘Feel Like Going Home’ was released on their only album ‘Missing…Presumed Having A Good Time‘ in 1990.”

You can see the post of Knopfler and the music video of ‘Feel Like Going Home’ below.