Musician and bandleader Bob Pegg was among the hotter skills in the English folk-rock boom from the past due 1960’s and early 1970’s. He previously previously cut a set of albums on Transatlantic Information along with his wife Carole, who sang and performed the fiddle. They structured Mr. Fox, a reasonably successful folk-rock music group of the change of the 10 years, which lasted collectively for just two years and a set of albums. The Peggs’ relationship split in 1971 (and she billed herself as Carolanne Pegg), around once that Mr. Fox ceased to can be found, however they both continuing to record for a while for Transatlantic. Since that time, Pegg has continued to be active like a vocalist, songwriter, and documenting designer. He cut one duet recording with his previous bandmate Nick Strutt, who also caused Pegg on his second recording, a solo Pegg work, and has noticed his material included in other performers, including Tom Lewis. Bob Pegg’s recordings within the 1990’s and beyond show up on the Rhiannon Information label.
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