Sunblind Lion was shaped in 1974 in the tiny rural community of Plymouth, WI. Many of its people, including business lead vocalist Keith Abler and guitarist Dave Steffen, graduated through the past due ’60s and early ’70s rings Love Culture and Stage III. Sunblind Lion released three distinctly different albums between 1976 and 1980 but had been consistently seen as a intelligent lyrics, amazing acoustic guitar playing, and grandiose key pad function. Observer (1976) was their most intensifying effort with extended, synthesizer-adorned, conceptual items; nevertheless, their most well-known tunes had been the pop/rock and roll numbers “Kitty Eye” and “Jamaican Vacation,” which received substantial regional airplay. Far beyond (1978) favored a far more fundamental rock approach apart from “The Ruler and His Parliament,” a complicated Kansas matches Jethro Tull kind of piece. Live Lion (1980) was their swan track and it is comprised mainly of previously unrecorded tunes, save for both aforementioned pseudo strikes. This is a no-frills rock and roll & move record indicative of Sunblind Lion’s live shows where Steffen blazed through Dylan’s “All Along the Watchtower,” with maybe even more tenacity and machismo than Jimi Hendrix himself. Sunblind Lion reconvened in 1989 for any reunion concert that was captured on video. Abler offers released single albums aswell as fronting an organization called Gilbert as well as the Pirates. Steffen offers recorded many albums along with his music group, Dave Steffen Music group, which includes received acclaim through the entire Midwest aswell as his previous adopted home foundation of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA.