(1937 – 2009)
Born Richard Marsh in Salt Lake City, Sky Saxon rose to fame for two years with hits like "Pushin' Too Hard" as the lead singer of the seminal garage rock band from Los Angeles, The Seeds.
After failing to become a teenage pop idol in the early 60's, Marsh and some friends founded this band that was highly trippy two years before psychedelic music had a name and raw and trashy a decade before the punks. After leading The Seeds… read more
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