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Stewkey

Exactly what does Robert Antoni have as a common factor with Vincent Furnier? Both guys fronted 1960s rings known as Nazz and developed theatrical stage brands — Alice Cooper for Furnier, and Stewkey for business lead vocalist/keyboardist Antoni. Stewkey initial got the theory for the name Nazz from Richard “Lord” …

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Ram Jam

The people of Memory Jam were Costs Barlett (former lead guitarist from the Lemon Pipers), Pete Charles (drummer), Myke Scavone (lead singer), and Howie Arthur Blauvett, who sang with Billy Joel in two earlier groups (the Complications and El Primo). Memory Jam’s only strike, “Dark Betty,” developed quite a mix …

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Michael Stearns

Composer/audio sculptor Michael Stearns was created and raised in Tucson, AZ, taking on classical guitar while a teen; with time he shifted to rock and roll and jazz, and by age 16 was frequently backing best pop acts like the Lovin’ Spoonful and Paul Revere & the Raiders. While students …

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Masters of Reality

Led by singer/guitarist Chris Goss, Experts of Reality had been something of the anomaly in the past due-’80s/early-’90s rock and roll scene, playing a strongly Cream- and Zeppelin-influenced make of hard rock and roll with modern details. Their original people included bassist Googe, guitarist Tim Harrington, and drummer Vinnie Ludovico. …

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The Nazz

Inspired by way of a selection of British Invasion teams, from your omnipresent Beatles to cult favorites the Move, Todd Rundgren and his Woody’s Pick up truck Quit colleague Carson Van Osten created the Nazz in 1967. Acquiring their name from an obscure Yardbirds music, the Nazz had been arguably …

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Quitter

Guitarist Ian Ross was touring with stoner rockers Nebula when he met vocalist Hari Hassin. Both strike it off and started writing together, resulting in the breakthrough of bassist Bob Maloney and drummer Craig Riggs. The guys christened themselves Quitter and started performing throughout the Boston region, resulting in their …

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Peter Banks

Given birth to July 15, 1947, in Barnet, Hertfordshire, Britain, Peter Banking institutions was perhaps most widely known for his use the progressive rock-band Yes. Those that just see that area of the picture, though, are passing up on quite a bit. Banking institutions 1st got his focus on Yes …

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Scott Finch

Your guitar hero behind a blast of releases for the Italian Comet label, Scott Finch first found prominence as an associate of Gypsy, a heavily Hendrix-influenced, Milwaukee-based band that emerged in the first ’90s. Finch himself was the veteran of rings dating back again to the first ’60s. One early …

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Santana

Santana may be the main exponent of Latin-tinged rock and roll, particularly because of the mix of Latin percussion (congas, timbales, etc.) with bandleader Carlos Santana’s unique, high-pitched lead acoustic guitar playing. The group was the last main take action to emerge from the psychedelic SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA music …

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Rossington Collins Band

Rossington Collins Music group were spawned by among rock and roll music’s most well-known tragedies — in Oct of 1979, 2 yrs after the aircraft crash that killed Lynyrd Skynyrd lead singer Ronnie Vehicle Zant, fresh guitarist Steve Gaines, and his sister, backup singer Cassie Gaines, surviving members Gary Rossington …

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