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1. Vocalist [artist]Jess Roden[/artist], formerly of [artist]the Alan Bown Set[/artist], instigated the excellent group Bronco in [yearformed]1970[/yearformed]. Kevin Hammond (guitar, vocals), John Pasternak (bass) - both ex-[artist]Band Of Joy[/artist] - Robbie Blunt (guitar) and Pete Robinson (drums) completed the line-up, which made its debut that year with [album artist=Bronco]Country Home[/album], ILPS 9124 (not ILPS 9134 which was to be the catalogue number for Nick Drake's next album, "Bryter Layter"). The quintet offered a relaxed, sympathetic setting for the singer's soulful delivery, best exemplified on [album artist=Bronco]Ace Of Sunlight[/album], which featured support from Ian Hunter and Mick Ralphs from Mott The Hoople, and [artist]Fotheringay[/artist]'s Trevor Lucas. Despite their promise, Bronco was unable to secure a sound commercial footing and the departure of Roden for a solo career effectively killed the group. Blunt subsequently joined [artist]Silverhead[/artist] and appeared in several short-lived aggregations before securing widespread recognition with his work for [artist]Robert Plant[/artist]. 1. Vocalist [artist]Jess Roden[/artist], formerly of [artist]the Alan Bown Set[/artist], instigated the excellent group Bronco in [yearformed]1970[/yearformed]. Kevin Hammond (guitar, vocals), John Pasternak (bass) - both ex-[artist]Band Of Joy[/artist] - Robbie Blunt (guitar) and Pete Robinson (drums) completed the line-up, which made its debut that year with [album artist=Bronco]Country Home[/album], ILPS 9124 (not ILPS 9134 which was to be the catalogue number for Nick Drake's next album, "Bryter Layter"). The quintet offered a relaxed, sympathetic setting for the singer's soulful delivery, best exemplified on [album artist=Bronco]Ace Of Sunlight[/album], which featured support from Ian Hunter and Mick Ralphs from Mott The Hoople, and [artist]Fotheringay[/artist]'s Trevor Lucas. Despite their promise, Bronco was unable to secure a sound commercial footing and the departure of Roden for a solo career effectively killed the group. Blunt subsequently joined [artist]Silverhead[/artist] and appeared in several short-lived aggregations before securing widespread recognition with his work for [artist]Robert Plant[/artist].
-4. Bronco is a Alt Country band from SLC, UT 

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1. Vocalist Jess Roden, formerly of The Alan Bown Set, instigated the excellent group Bronco in 1970. Kevin Hammond (guitar, vocals), John Pasternak (bass) - both ex-Band Of Joy - Robbie Blunt (guitar) and Pete Robinson (drums) completed the line-up, which made its debut that year with Country Home, ILPS 9124 (not ILPS 9134 which was to be the catalogue number for Nick Drake's next album, "Bryter Layter"). The quintet offered a relaxed, sympathetic setting for the singer's soulful delivery, best exemplified on Ace Of Sunlight, which featured support from Ian Hunter and Mick Ralphs from Mott The Hoople, and Fotheringay's Trevor Lucas. Despite their promise, Bronco was unable to secure a sound commercial footing and the departure of Roden for a solo career effectively killed the group. Blunt subsequently joined Silverhead and appeared in several short-lived aggregations before securing widespread recognition with his work for Robert Plant.