1) An Australian rock band active between 1977 and 1982. The main members and vocalists were sisters Chrissie Hammond and Lyndsay Hammond. They are best known for their hit singles Walking In The Rain, Deeper Than Love, and Spend The Night.
They had been session vocalists for many Australian artists including Jo Jo Zep, Jon English, Marc Hunter, Flash and the Pan and as a vocal duo toured with Stevie Wright, Norman Gunston and Daryl Braithwaite. Lyndsay Barnes fronted a group called Skintight and toured with Renée Geyer before forming Cheetah with Chrissie Hammond.
Cheetah toured across Australia, the UK and Europe including appearances at Roskilde in Denmark, the Nuremberg and Wiesbaden Festivals in Germany and a show at the 1982 Reading Festival with Iron Maiden to an audience of 120,000 people.
Chrissie Hammond became better known outside Australia for performing vocals for Rick Wakeman.
The group reformed in 2006 to perform in the Countdown Spectacular and a subsequent tour of Europe.
Lyndsay Hammond - Vocals,
Chrissie Hammond - Vocals
Ian Miller - Lead Guitar,
Ronnie Peel - Rhythm Guitar,
Les Karski - Bass,
Mike Peters - Keyboards,
Ray Arnott - Drums
2) A German electronic musician, Sven Tegethoff, who along with several other musicians produced the Furry Fantasies collections. His songs include When I Close My Eyes, Escape from the City, and 120 Kph.
3) A solo musician from Connecticut who produced Hotel White House, a parody/rock opera of the Clinton White House which includes the track The Oral Office.
Edited by MooN_ZodiaK on 20 Aug 2013, 07:57
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