In 1986 and again in 1992-93 His Majesty were the Australian backing band for the late American entertainer Tiny Tim (Tiptoe through the tulips fame), with whom they appeared on two of his last ever recorded albums. 1992 saw the band include two new members, American keyboardist Claude Woodward formerly of Perth band 'Visitor' and a new lead guitarist in John Botica formerly of the UK post punk band 'The Labrats'.
The band went through a number of lineup changes throughout the mid 90's eventually changing its name to Good Time Charlie. This band recorded an album titled 'Adults Only'. The album had actually begun production in the late 80's at Alberts Studios in Sydney with a number of the original guitar tracks performed by John Robinson formerly of Sydney rock band 'Black Feather'. Robinson was also the original producer for the album.
Katie Burgess, Colin's daughter, is NOT married to Danny DeVito