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Juicy Lucy

Saucy blues-rockers Juicy Lucy formed in 1969 through the ashes of cult-favorite garage area music group the Misunderstood, reuniting vocalist Ray Owen, metal guitarist Glenn “Ross” Campbell, and keyboardist Chris Mercer; using the enhancements of guitarist Neil Hubbard, bassist Keith Ellis, and drummer Pete Dobson, the group instantly notched a …

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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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Johnny Jenkins

Guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Johnny Jenkins might have had an extended pause between information, but his center, ears, and brain were always near blues music. Jenkins under no circumstances wanted to be considered a professional musician, and constantly worked day careers, including digging wells, logging, and mechanised work. Jenkins’ design …

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Foghat

Foghat specialized in a straightforward, hard-rocking blues-rock, releasing some best-selling albums within the mid-’70s. While by no means deviating using their fundamental boogie, they maintained a large target audience until 1978, offering out concerts across America and generating several platinum or platinum albums. Once punk and disco arrived, the band’s …

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Vinegar Joe

Vinegar Joe may very easily have already been Isle Records’ response to the Allman Bros. or Moist Willie. A sextet produced away from a busted big-band rock and roll outfit known as Dada, these were brought jointly on the recommendation of Isle creator Chris Blackwell. Elkie Brooks (vocals), Robert Palmer …

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Edgar Winter

Although he’s often skirted the edges of blues music, in mind, saxophonist, keyboardist and composer Edgar Winter is really a blues musician. Elevated in Beaumont, TX, younger sibling of ukulele participant and guitarist Johnny Winter season, Edgar Winter season has always forced himself in fresh directions, synthesizing the rock and …

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John Cipollina

Being a founding member and business lead guitarist for Quicksilver Messenger Program, John Cipollina helped form the psychedelic audio of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the 1960s. Many musicians in the picture had been folkies who ultimately turned acid rock and roll, but Cipollina and fellow guitarist Gary Duncan had …

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Lynyrd Skynyrd

Lynyrd Skynyrd was the definitive Southern rock-band, fusing the overdriven power of blues-rock having a rebellious Southern picture and a difficult rock and roll swagger. Skynyrd hardly ever relied in the jazzy improvisations from the Allman Brothers. Rather, these were a hard-living, hard-driving rock and roll & roll music group …

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Leaf Hound

Leaf Hound were among the dozens of large rock rings that evolved through the past due-’60s Uk blues-rock boom. Tempo guitarist Derek Brooks and his sibling, Stuart Brooks, have been in the Dark Cat Bone fragments, a South London-based music group that at once highlighted Free’s Paul Kossoff. Vocalist Peter …

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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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