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    Ace

    The band was formed in December 1972 and originally known as Ace Flash and the Dynamos.  The members were professional musicians from other bands and the group was popular on the pub circuit in Britain.   The song "How Long" is believed to have been an instrumental influence on Steely Dan and Boz Scaggs.  The band eventually moved to America but disbanded in 1977 with most of the members joining Frankie Miller's Band.

     

    Members

    Philip "Phil" Harris (guitar) (1972-1976)

    Alan "Bam" King (guitar, vocals) (1972-1977)

    Paul Carrack (keyboards, vocals) (1972-1977)   

    Terry "Tex" Comer (bass) (1972-1977)

    Steve Witherington (drums) (1972-1973)

    Brian "Chico" Greenwood (drums) (1973-1974) 

    Fran Byrne (drums) (1974-1975)

    Jon Woodhead (guitar) (1976-1977)

     

    Songs

    Rock 'n' Roll Runaway (Paul Carrack/Terry " Tex " Comer/Alan King/Philip Harris)

     

    Sources:

    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ace_%28band%29

     

     

     



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