Who was the 70's rock band Merlin?
Merlin was a heavy rock band that moved down to London from the North East of England in 1970-1971. They had residencies at 'The Factory' in Leicester Square and The 'Scotch Of St. James' in that time. Apart from playing the circuit in London ie; Marquee, Temple, Ronnie Scotts, Hatchets etc. They also played the home counties and the university scene country wide. They broke up in the early 70's. The band had been together since 1967, playing locally in the North East and evolving into a very solid outfit. The final, and best line up of the band consisted of: Doug Haley (keyboard & vocals). Harry Bryzinski (Guitar). Colin Hall (Vocals). Bill Johnson (bass). Tommy Guthrie (Drums). Other members who passed through their ranks were: Des Long (Drums) Simon Wallace (Drums).
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Answer . This has been disputed for a really long time, but the 2 biggest rock acts of the 70's were KISS and Black Sabbath. According to popular vote.
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Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship. Jethro Tull. Elton John. Jo Mama (not kidding). The James Gang (gave us Joe Walsh). Journey. The Jam
One woman singer in a rock band during the 70's was Chrissie Hynde.Two other female singers in rock bands during the 70's were StevieNicks and Nancy Wilson.
The Who, Yes, (prog rock), Xtc, (power pop) War, (latin funk fusion),
I believe that Queen is still enjoyed today by a vast amount of people.
INXS, Iron Butterfly, Iron Maiden
Bill Haley and the Comets Buddy Knox and the Rhythm Orchids Buddy Holly and the Crickets The Champs
ELO... maybe? (Electric Light Orchestra). ELO ??
I've got a few for you: Timbuk 3 Dire Straits Thomas Dolby A Flock of Seagulls Kajagoogoo (yes they count) The Clash
Huey Lewis and the News, Duran, Duran, Journey, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Chicago, Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band, REO Speedwagon, Heart