19701972 Also known as Ray Brown and Moonstone, this band formed in Sydney in 1970. They continued as a country rock act after Ray Brown's departure in October 1972.
Moonstone are: JOHN CARR gitar, bass
ALAN CARROLL drums
This band is totally anonymous other than having Frank Davis as a member. Davis was an associate of the Texas band Fever Tree, and wrote the two-minute blast "Grand Candy Young Sweet" for their second album.
Omega is one of the most successful Hungarian rock bands. Formed in Budapest in September, 1962 by the winds player László Benkő on organ and János Kóbor as a singer and rhythm guitarist, they initially performed covers of British and American rock songs, frequently changing the lineup of members.
Linn County formed around 1967 in Linn County, Iowa, USA as the Linn County Blues Band. In 1968, the band signed with Mercury Records, moved to San Francisco, California, and changed its name to Linn County.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1. A mid-60s sunshine pop band.
2. An American rock band formed in 2005 in central Ohio 1. The Ballroom was a mid-60s band led by sunshine pop producer Curt Boettcher. The credited group was a quartet, featuring Sandy Salisbury, Michele O'Malley, and Jim Bell, though the group was embellished by studio musicians.