Punky Meadows emerged from the Washington, D.C. rock and roll scene within the middle-’70s because the founding guitarist of hard rock and roll/glam music group Angel. Delivered Edwin Lionel Meadows, he started his music profession early, forming initial the Intruders, then your Cherry People within the middle-’60s while still in senior high school. Motivated by bands from the United kingdom Invasion and, down the road, psychedelic pop, the Cherry People struck a cope with MGM-distributed Heritage Information, for whom they released one LP and a small number of singles between 1968 and 1972. Today in his early twenties with some touring knowledge under his belt, Meadows and bassist Mickie Jones became a member of hard rock and roll clothing BUX (previously Daddy Warbux), for whom they documented a lone LP for Capitol. When BUX divide in 1974, the record was shelved and both Meadows and Jones made a decision to pool their attempts once more, forming Angel the next year. Implementing a glammy, white-clad stage getup designed to comparison that of black-clad labelmates Kiss, Angel loved a moderately effective run through the past due ’70s. The proggy, Queen-like leanings of the 1st record eventually offered way to a lot more pop-oriented fare, even though they never obtained a major strike, they became relatively of the cult music group. Meadows’ personal glam rock and roll pout influenced the 1977 Frank Zappa track “Punky’s Whips.” Rather than taking criminal offense, Meadows was flattered and finally became a member of Zappa on-stage for any gig. After five studio room albums and something live LP, Angel disbanded in 1980, and Meadows retired from your music market. In 2016, after 35 years from the business enterprise, he returned along with his 1st ever solo recording. Entitled Fallen Angel, the recording featured a varied group of 15 hard rock and roll tunes co-written with friend and guitarist Danny Farrow.