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Dave Edmunds (US)

Dave Edmunds (born April 15, 1944) is a singer, guitarist and producer from Cardiff, Wales. Though he was primarily associated with pub rock and New Wave, and had numerous hits in the late 70's and early 80's, he was steadfastly devoted to pre-Beatles rock and roll. An infrequent songwriter, Edmunds has largely relied on cover songs or custom-written material to sustain his career.

In the late 1960s he led a blues-rock trio called Love Sculpture, who scored a quasi-novelty hit by reworking Khachaturian's classical piece "Sabre Dance" as a speed-crazed rock number. "Sabre Dance" became a hit after garnering the enthusiastic attention of British DJ John Peel.

After Love Sculpture split, Edmunds had a number one single...

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Steve Gibbons (UK)

Steve Gibbons has been entertaining people all over the world for many years. His song writing and ability to hold a live audience "in his hands" means he is always great to see live. He is compared to Bob Dylan but that misses his unique British qualities. A classic artist! Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Billy Bremner (UK)

William 'Billy' Bremner (born in 1947, in Scotland) is best known for his work as guitar player in the band Rockpile. Rockpile played on the bulk of Nick Lowe & Dave Edmunds' albums throughout the mid 1970s but only released one album under their own name. In addition to his guitarist duties, Bremner occasionally sang lead, as he did on "Heart" and "You Ain't Nothing But Fine" on 1980's "Seconds Of Pleasure." He also wrote Edmunds' hit "Trouble Boys", but used an alias, Billy Murray, so as not to be confused with the more famous footballer with the same name.

Before Rockpile, he played with The Luvvers, who served as Lulu's backing band and recorded a single ("The House On The Hill/Most Unlovely" for Parlophone in 1966. In 197...

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