Born in Bradford City, a place once described as "like descending into Hell", we are a guitar rock four piece with a penchant for sleazy riffs and even sleazier lyrics. We have dirty guitars and even dirtier minds. If we can't convert you to our ways, we just might rape your ears and piss on your mattress, then be on our merry way. This is the life we have come to know, and this is the life we invite you into. Our manifesto is a simple one, we want to make your girlfriends dance so we can mate with them, ...and when your girlfriends haven't quenched our thirst, ...you will be next.
Snowy White (born on 3 March 1948, as Terence Charles White, in Barnstaple, Devon) is a British blues and rock guitarist, mostly known for having played for Thin Lizzy (permanent member from 1979 to 1981) and for Pink Floyd (as a backup player; he was first invited to join the band through Europe and America, in 1977). His 1983 solo debut album after leaving Thin Lizzy was titled White Flames and spawned the hit single Birds of Paradise.
Swedish blues/rock band similar to Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. After numerous line-up changes over the years, and the only constant member, guitarist/singer Clas Yngström in front, the band Sky High continues to perform powerful bluesrock. Formed in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1978, Clas Yngström & Sky High released albums all through the 80's, and the most commersial sucessfull album to date, Humanizer in 1987.
Wishbone Ash can trace its origins back to Torquay, Devon, England, a seaside resort in the southwest of the country. It was here that Martin Turner and Steve Upton first performed together; Turner on bass, Upton on drums, before moving to London in 1969 to seek fame and fortune. It was in the capital that the decision was made to place an advert for a keyboard player and a lead guitarist. The resulting audition threw up 2 guitar leads but nobody could decide who to choose and the trademark twin lead sound of Wishbone Ash was born.
Buddy Whittington (born 28 December 1956, in Fort Worth, Texas) is an American guitar player. He began playing the guitar inspired by his sister's records of The Beatles, Rolling Stones and, in particular, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton. At the age of 14 he was already a part of the Dallas/Fort Worth music scene and playing regularly in the clubs along Jacksboro Highway. While attending high school, Buddy played in a band called "Short Change" which opened for Point Blank (band), a band that he would later join, replacing rhythm guitar player Kim Davis.
Roger Chapman (Roger Maxwell Chapman) is a British singer (born on April 8, 1942, in Leicester, England). Roger "Chappo" Chapman is probably best known for his participation in the British progressive band Family in the late 1960s through the early 1970s and subsequently, from 1973 to 1978, in Streetwalkers, a rock/R&B band. Prior to Family he had sung with this band's precursor, the Farinas. His idiosyncratic brand of on-stage showmanship and characteristic vibrato led to him becoming a cult figure on the British rock scene.
Guitarist, singer and songwriter John Campbell had the potential of turning a whole new generation of people onto the blues in the 1990s, much the same way Stevie Ray Vaughan did in the 1980s. His vocals were so powerful and his guitar playing so fiery, you couldn't help but stop what you were doing and pay attention to what you were hearing. But unfortunately, because of frail health and a rough European tour, he suffered a heart attack while sleeping on June 13, 1993, at the age of 41.
Band from South France, formed in 2004. First album: Rock Your Fashion Members:
Lead Guitar: Yannick
Rhythm Guitar: Steph
Official website: www.electricducks.com