More than one artist shares this name. 1) Taste was formed in Cork, Ireland in August 1966 as a trio consisting of Rory Gallagher on guitars & vocals, Eric Kitteringham on bass, and Norman Damery on drums. In their early years Taste played around the UK before becoming regulars at Maritine Hotel, an R&B club in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1968 the original lineup split. The new lineup formed with Richard McCracken on bass and John Wilson on drums.
This australian band was very popular about 15 years ago... with their album Harley and Rose. The band's leader, Joe Camilleri, formerly of Jo Jo Zep and the Falcons, is a fairly awesome older statesman of Australian music and the two ladies on vocals for the Sorrows, Vika and Linda Bull, wail.
Syl Johnson (b. July 1, 1936) is an American blues and soul singer and music producer. Born Sylvester Thompson in Holly Springs, Mississippi, Johnson sang and played with blues artists Magic Sam, Billy Boy Arnold, Junior Wells and Howlin' Wolf in the 1950s, before recording with Jimmy Reed for Vee-Jay in 1959. He made his solo debut that same year with Federal, a subsidiary of King Records of Cincinnati, backed by Freddie King on guitar.
There are several musical acts with the name Crossroads including a heavy metal band, a bluegrass band and a barbershop quartet. The correct tag for Russian blues band is Crossroadz.
The most prominent Lithuanian jazz singer and a master of flute. On stage she spreads emotions and sincerity, and her voice, mostly used as an equal instrument in the ensemble and often leading up to emotional culminations, is both full of vitality and intimately mild. Since 1986, when Neda first appeared on the jazz stage with the student ensemble, led by her teacher <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Vladimir+Chekasin" class="bbcode_artist">Vladimir Chekasin</a>, her flute and colourful voice was heard in projects with almost all of the Lithuanian jazz masters, as well as with her international partners.
Youri Blow (b. 1981) is a French folk singer-songwriter. He was born on 6th March 1981 in Troyes, France. After a number of experiences in pyschedelic blues rock bands in the tradition of Pink Floyd, the Doors, and Santana, at the age of twnty-one Blow decided to go to Peru for two months. Once back in France, he took to the road solo, inspired by the "mercenary troubadours" of the Delta blues, whose music he began to infuse with the feelings he had of Peru -- a blend he calls Psychéblues.
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For the past 30 years, The Fabulous Thunderbirds have been the quintessential American band. The group's distinctive and powerful sound, influenced by a diversity of musical styles, manifested itself into a unique musical hybrid via such barnburners as "Tuff Enuff" and "Wrap It Up". Co-founder Kim Wilson, the sole original member, still spearheads the group as it evolves into its newest incarnation.
Robben Ford (born December 16, 1951) is a blues, jazz and rock guitarist with a diverse career. He was born in Woodlake, California and raised in Ukiah. He taught himself guitar when he was 13 and considered his first influence to be Mike Bloomfield. At 18 he moved to San Francisco to form the Charles Ford Blues Band (named after his father, who was also a guitarist) featuring his brothers Mark (mouth harp) and Patrick (drums).
Colin Buchanan is a Christian singer-songwriter from Australia. He is well-known in Australia as a children's TV presenter, and many of his albums are for children, particularly his "Aussie Praise for Kids" series. The "Aussie Praise for Kids" albums include songs, short spoken word segments and Bible memorisation songs. Buchanan has also produced a number of albums for adults ("Aussie Praise for Everyone"), including "Real Hope" and "God of Wonders".
New arrivals on the blues and roots scene; Chase The Sun have spent no time garnering widespread critical acclaim for their soul-tinged song writing, blues sensibilities and the powerhouse live delivery of guitar star-on-the-rise Jan Rynsaardt. Combining elements of old-school acoustic blues, Stevie Ray Vaughn boogie, hillbilly finger picking and Hendrix flash; three-piece Chase The Sun crank out a new take on a classic sound.