Clover is one particular bands that’s remembered because of its illustrious organizations instead of its actual achievements. It had been a country-rock music group created in Mill Valley, CA, in July 1967, by Johnny Ciambotti (bass), John McFee (acoustic guitar, vocals), Alex Contact (acoustic guitar, vocals), and Mitch Howie (drums). This lineup produced two albums for close by Fantasy Information in the first ’70s; and Howie left as well as the group was extended to some sextet with the help of Huey Lewis (harmonica, vocals), Sean Hopper (keyboards, vocals), and Mickey Sparkle (drums). Clover relocated to Britain in 1976 in the behest of Nick Lowe, where they produced two even more albums and offered as the back-up group on Elvis Costello’s debut recording, My Aim HOLDS TRUE. They returned towards the U.S. in 1978 and split up, with McFee heading to the Doobie Brothers and Lewis and Hopper developing the nucleus of Huey Lewis & the news headlines.