UK Players were a group based in Hertfordshire, which is located to the north just outside of London, and is known as one of England’s Home Counties. Providing the vocals were James Ross,
the guitars Phil Bishop, bass Sedley Francis, drums Rusty Jones, and the keyboards Patrick Seymour. The most memorable of their early singles was Everybody Get Up from 1980, which featured on the disco subsidiary label of A&M records, which was co-founded by Herb Alpert. As it's release overlapped into 1981, two more accomplished singles followed, Girl, and Midnight.

No Way Out, their 10 track 1982 LP, featured the single Missbehavin', and Dancing In The Street which was co-written by Marvin Gaye.

Love’s Gonna Get You composed by Bishop and Seymore, came out on RCA during 1983. And You Make Me Feel saw an October release that year.