The eclectic Toronto blues-rock outfit Big Glucose was mainly the project of singer/guitarist Gordie Johnson, who teamed with bassist Terry Wilkins and drummer Al Combination to record the group’s 1992 self-titled debut LP. By enough time of 1993’s 500 Pounds, Wilkins was lacking through the lineup; several guest music artists fleshed out the documenting, included in this multi-instrumentalist Kelly Hoppe, who (alongside brand-new bassist Garry Lowe) was set up as a long lasting member with the 1995 EP Dear M.F. Drummer Walter “Crash” Morgan changed Combination during Big Sugar’s following tour from the U.S.; unfortunately, while playing a time in Iowa, Morgan passed away onstage, and was changed by ex-Odds drummer Paul Brennan with time for the 1996 discharge of Hemi-Vision. Gavin Dark brown after that assumed Brennan’s responsibilities on 1998’s Heated. The music group remained busy within the 2000s, with albums like Brothers & Sisters, ARE YOU SET?
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