Member of the New Lost City Ramblers.
Pale imitation of Woody Guthrie who seems to have earned the kudos of sparking the
folk boom of the sixties. Penned some trite ditties like "If I Had A Hammer" and
"Where Have All The Flowers Gone?"
Judith Durham - vocals; Athol Guy - vocals; Keith Potger - vocals; Bruce
Woodley - vocals.
Actor, banjo, vocals.
Film star turned banjo player for his friends.
Session for Ray Manzarek.
Member of Dudes, 1975.
Session for lan Hunter, 1976.
Guitar, keyboards, vocals.
Member of the Bob Seger System; the Silver Bullet Band, 1974-76.
See: Bob Seger System.
BOB SEGER SYSTEM.
Dan Honaker - bass, vocals; Pep Perrine - drums, vocals; Bob Seger - guitar,
keyboards, vocals; Dan Watson - keyboards, vocals.
Member of Shanti, 1971.
Member of Spanky and Our Gang, 1967-69.
Member of John Mayall's band, 1971.
Session for Frank Zappa, 1969.
Session for Waylon Jennings, 1973.
Member of Simon Stoke's Black Whip Band, 1973.
Bass, piano, vocals.
Member of Acrobat, 1972.
Member of the Strawberry Alarm Clock, 1968.
Member of Chicago, since 1968.
Member of Stanley Steamer, 1973
Member of Sailor.
Ken Elliot - keyboards, percussion; Kieran O'Conner - drums, percussion, vocals;
Neil Richmond - electronics, 1975.
Paul Cook - drums; Steve Jones - guitar; Johnny Rotten - vocals; Sid Vicious - bass.
SHA NA NA.
Elliot Cahn - guitar, vocals; Bruce Clarke - bass, vocals; Alan Cooper - vocals;
David Garrett - vocals; Frederick Green - vocals; Henry Gross - guitar, vocals;
Richard Joffe - vocals; Robert Leonard - vocals; John Marcellino - drums; Scott
Powell - vocals; Joseph Witkin - piano, vocals; Donald York - vocals.
Member of Chrysalis
Member of the James Gang, 1975.
Member of Babe Ruth, until 1976.
Session for Pearls Before Swine, l 969.
Member of Tranquility, 1972.