Home / Biography / Hydra


Located in the southern claims of America, hard rock-band Hydra shaped in the first 70s around a line-up of Wayne Bruce (vocals, guitar), Spencer Kirkpatrick (guitar), Orville Davis (bass) and Steve Rate (drums). Agreed upon to the Allman Brothers and Marshall Tucker Band’s record label, Capricorn Information, they produced their debut in 1974 using a self-titled collection that drew intensely on Lynyrd Skynyrd’s southern boogie custom, but additionally added complex pop hooks and disciplined rhythmic codas. Music such as for example ‘Glitter Queen’ gained them a fervent fanbase, although subsequent Property Of Money, a far more abrasive collection, was much less successful. With the advancement of Rock THE PLANET Davis acquired departed to become listed on Rex as well as the resultant instability stalled the group’s improvement.

Check Also

Tokio Hotel

The emo-pop quartet Tokio Resort emerged in 2005 among the most successful German acts of …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *