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Garland Jeffreys

Garland Jeffreys is an American singer and songwriter, transversing the musical genres of rock and roll, reggae, blues and soul.

Tommy Shaw

Tommy Roland Shaw is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter and performer best known for his work with the rock band Styx. In between his stints with Styx, he has played with other groups including the Damn Yankees and Shaw Blades and has released several solo albums.


Missouri was a rock band from Kansas City known primarily for the song "Movin' On".


Heartsfield is an American vocal rock group that was formed in 1970 by guitarists J.C. Hartsfield and Perry Jordan. They toured throughout the United States during the 1970s and early 1980s. They reunited in 1999, and have released ten albums, with their latest album released in 2010.


Billy Squier formed the band Piper in the mid-70s. They released two albums,Piper and Can't Wait. Upon reviewing the debut Piper, Circus Magazine touted it as the greatest debut album ever produced by an American rock band. Piper was managed by the same management company as KISS, and opened for KISS during their 1977 tour, including the second and third nights of a three-night, sold-out run at New York's Madison Square Garden.

Richard Supa

Richard Supa (born Richard Goodman) is an American songwriter and guitarist best known for his work with Aerosmith and Richie Sambora.

Gary Wright

Gary Malcolm Wright is an American musician, best known for his songs "Dream Weaver" and "Love Is Alive". A former child actor, Wright appeared in the 1954 original Broadway production of the long-running musical, Fanny (888 performances).

Eric Gale

Eric J. Gale was a leading American jazz and session guitarist.

Henry Spinetti

Henry Spinetti (born Henry Anthony George Spinetti) is a Welsh-born session drummer whose playing has featured on a large number of prominent rock and pop albums. He is the younger brother of actor Victor Spinetti.


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