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Produced by singer-guitarist Adam O’Hara (b. 1970, Yorkshire, Britain) in 1992, this fiery music group began attracting interest on the united kingdom blues circuit, specifically in the north of Britain. Mixing blues with funk and swirling in to the combine R&B from all strands of its range, the Detonators shortly built a popularity for exhilarating pieces. Their appearance on the 1995 Alexis Korner Memorial Concert brought these to the eye of Indigo Information and their popularity was spread throughout European countries because of many membership and celebration gigs. Playing and performing with verve and skill, O’Hara very easily avoids the anticipated, finding new factors and sides to his music while obviously respecting the fantastic tradition from the blues. With O’Hara in the past due 90s line-up of his music group had been Richard Ormrod (tenor saxophone), Mike Jackson (keyboards), Ian Hawkins (bass) and Gideon Marcus (drums).

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