Geoff Whitehorn was created in 1951. He started playing electric guitar at age 11. His first proper band produced in 1973 — an organization known as If. He released a single record, entitled Whitehorn, another year. 1975 noticed Whitehorn touring with Maggie Bell. He became a member of the group Back again Road Crawler (afterwards known just like Crawler) in 1976. He continued to be with this group until they split up in 1979. His following move was to the Shortlist. He remained with that group from 1979 to 1988 and documented ten albums together during his tenure. 1990 found the discharge of his second single record, Geoff Who. He also became a member of Bad Firm that same calendar year, sticking to them until 1991. After departing that group, Whitehorn shifted to Procol Harum. This affiliation hasn’t, however, avoided him from executing other projects. Actually, in 1994 he released another single record, Big in Gravesend. He also became a member of up with Roger Daltrey that same calendar year. Increase that the actual fact that he continues to be using Paul Rodgers since 1974, carrying out multiple albums with Roger Chapman, and do a show using the Who in 1996, and something is able to see how active this man is really.
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