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Atomic Rooster was a British early 1970s touring hard rock/progressive rock band which continued on and off for a decade. The band was founded by the late British blues pianist Vincent Crane (21 May 1943 – 14 February 1989), originally with British drummer Carl Palmer, after Crane left The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown which he had co-founded in 1966.

Crane found himself in America in 1968 on his first American Tour supporting The Crazy World of Arthur Brown’s “Fire” single and “Fire” album which topped the USA charts. The single was number one in England and Europe, and the album top five. The band headlined at that year’s Reading Festival. In 1969 they returned to America playing Fillmore East and Madison Square Garden. By the end of the year and after a third U.S. tour, various problems had set in. Crane lived in New York for three months and finally returned to England with Palmer. During 1970 they formed Atomic Rooster as decided in New York, and the band’s first gig was headlining at the Lyceum, London, with Deep Purple as support. The first Atomic Roster single was “Friday The 13th”, and the first album wasAtomic Ro-o-oster.

In 1971 John Du Cann (born John Cann, 1950 – 22 September 2011) joined Atomic Rooster and added guitar to the American version of Atomic Ro-O-oster.


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