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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 …

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Wet Willie

Moist Willie were, following the Allman Brothers Music group and Lynyrd Skynyrd, the hardest-rocking from the Southern rings to come quickly to nationwide attention in the first ’70s. For seven years, from 1971 until 1978, they created an enviable selection of albums awash in good-time music, rollicking high-energy blues-rock, and …

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David Lee Roth

Within the eyes of countless hard rock and roll fans, David Lee Roth may be the prototypical frontman. Having a flamboyant, larger-than-life stage existence along with a party-hardy surfer-dude persona (not forgetting his acrobatic leaps, very long mane of blond locks, and skintight spandex clothes), Roth was a fundamental element …

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Duke & the Drivers

Blueblood teenagers turned musicians, this aggregation met up sometime in 1973 jamming in obscure rhythm & blues titles for fun and somehow it clicked. The name Duke & the Motorists evolved out of 1 of the myriad celebrations where they performed for close friends and consumed a cocktail named an …

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Barefoot Jerry

Guitarist Wayne Moss remained the main one constant person in Barefoot Jerry for the band’s recordings for Capitol, Warner Bros., and Monument through the ’70s. Moss got played in a number of rock and roll and R&B organizations before he became a member of Brenda Lee’s support band in the …

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Blackfoot

Blackfoot were contemporaries of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and tried for a long time to create it being a Southern rock-band, although they finally succeeded simply because a hard rock and roll outfit, in the way of AC/DC as well as the Scorpions. They racked up popular album (Hits) and a set …

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Black Oak Arkansas

Southern rock veterans Dark Oak Arkansas never quite achieved the amount of success enjoyed by contemporaries like Lynyrd Skynyrd as well as the Allman Brothers, but have remained a cult music group because of their organic, primitive energy as well as the testosterone-fueled antics of lead vocalist/showman James “Big Jim …

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Madison Rising

Billing themselves as America’s most patriotic rock-band, Madison Rising include lead vocalist Dave Bray (himself an armed-forces veteran), drummer Sam Fishman, and bassist Steve Padelski. The music group released its self-titled debut recording in 2011 via Compact disc Baby; twelve months later on, their rendition of “The Celebrity Spangled Banner” …

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Boatz

Boatz was a southern pop/rock and roll quartet from the past due ’70s composed of Pete Carr (electric guitar; formerly from the LeBlanc & Carr Music group), Gary Baker (bass, vocals), Thom Flora (keyboards, vocals), and Rick Powell (drums). They produced one record for Capricorn Information in 1979.

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Allman and Woman

Allman and Girl was the one-shot music duo of Gregg Allman (b. Dec 8, 1947, Nashville) and Cher (delivered Cherilyn LaPierre, Might 20, 1946, Un Centro, CA). Cher got first attracted interest within a duo with her hubby Sonny Bono in the ’60s and ’70s. Allman have been a member …

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