b. 12 Dec 1942, Glasgow, Scotland. This multi-instrumentalist, a veteran of many UK beat-era groupings, was a creator person in psychedelic folk clothing, the Amazing String Music group, with Robin Williamson and Clive Palmer. Heron’s initial single outing, released in 1971 on Isle Information, included such brands because the Who and John Cale within the credits, but continued to be accurate to the heart of his primary band. Following the Incredible String Music group divide in 1974, Heron continued to be in Britain and produced Mike Heron’s Popularity. This outfit implemented a far more rock-orientated route, but released only 1 self-titled established on Neighbourhood Information. Although Heron has truly gone to record many more single albums, albeit on the different label each time, none has attained the amount of achievement that his previous association with Williamson brought. In 1997, both former co-workers reunited for go for concert dates, among which was highlighted on the wonderful Bloomsbury 1997 discharge. Palmer came up to speed two years afterwards for some Incredible String Music group shows in the united kingdom and Europe, which line-up (with Williamson’s wife Bina and Lawson Dando) continuing to try out frequently until Williamson withdrew from touring to focus on solo work.