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Among Southern rock’s best-kept secrets during it is golden age group in the 1970s, Cowboy were formed by songwriters Tommy Talton and Scott Boyer in Jacksonville, Florida in 1969. Playing some sort of acoustic country-rock much like contemporaries Pure Prairie Little league, Cowboy had their very own twist around the …

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We the People

One of the most versatile mid-’60s garage area groupings — indeed, these were generally too accomplished and pop-savvy to seriously merit the garage area band label — We individuals had some big strikes in Florida, but never broke out nationally, in spite of releases over the huge RCA and Problem …

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Tommy Talton

Tommy Talton was created too late to be always a fan of rock and roll & roll’s 1st wave — starting his eyes towards the world in the first ’50s, he must have overlooked Elvis Presley’s pre-Army times, but he didn’t mainly because of his sister, five years his older, …

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