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1956 (age 61)
1) Deep-house producer whose tracks are represented here.
2) Melbourne bluesman. Based in Geelong, Australia, Chris Wilson is a singer, songwriter and musican who works primarily in the blues genre and occasionally edges into gospel/country.
Gaining recognition in the 80s providing the searing blues-harp noise of Harem Scarem and gigging for many years as the frontman of Crown Of Thorns, Chris has been involved in many bands and projects, including The Spidermen, Rose Amongst Thorns, The Pubdogs, Peaceful Anticipation Social Aid and Pleasure Club, The Drawcards, Sherine, Gospel Choir, and The Sole Twisters.
His 1994 album Live at The Continental, recorded with guitarist Shane O'Mara and pianist Jex Saarelaht, is regarded as an Australian classic. Chris has recently regained copyright ownership of that CD and has re-released it as a 2CD set with additional material from the concert.
He first started playing in a band called ECO, and eventually joined the pop-rock band Good Charlotte, of which he was a member from 2003-2005. He played with the band for part of their second album, The Young and the Hopeless, and the entirety of their third album The Chronicles of Life and Death. He was introduced to the members of Good Charlotte through mutual friends in the band The Used. Wilson left Good Charlotte in May 2005, citing personal health reasons. He now plays drums for fledging Virgin Records band The Summer Obsession.
4) Singer-guitarist, ex-Flamin' Groovies. Chris Wilson joined blues-rockers the Flamin' Groovies after the departure of guitarist-frontman Roy Loney in 1971, and remained until the band dissolved in the early 80s. He continues to record.
5) Singer/songwriter from california who plays the mandolin and works as a clown as well.
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