What is the 70's band starting with s?
Sailor, Santana, Seals & Crofts, Sex Pistols, Sham 69, Sherbert, Shocking Blue, Showaddywaddy, Silver Convention, Siouxsie & the Banshees, Slade, Sly & the Family Stone, Smokie, Squeeze, Status Quo, Stealers Wheel, Steeleye Span, Steely Dan, Stranglers, Strawbs, Stylistics, Styx, Sweet.
a band in the 70s to 2000s
No. They formed in 1993.
He is currently a solo artist, but in the 70s he had a band called "Wings".
Was there a rock band with horns in the 70s by the name Mass Construction And did they record a song by the name Tightrope?
There was a funk band named Brass Construction back in the 70's and 80's who did a version of Tightrope on one of their albums.
No. He was in The Beatles in the 1960s and Wings in the '70s.
yes and they started in the late 60s early 70s !!
it's the Starland Vocal Band
Are you refering to "Rockaway Beach"? If yes, it was by The Ramones
The silver wings Band was a late 70s band out Vienna Ga with lead singer and guitar player Billy walls. They were a local rock and country band that fronted for bands in the southeast.
in season 1 its hyde/ masterson. after that its the lead singer of cheap trick (the band that plays the theme song 'That '70s Song (In Th Street))
Because of the wang.
New York Dolls
originaly the rock band Nazareth sang it in the 70s
Les Emmerson (Five Man Electrical Band)
the who is an 60s and 70s rock band made up of Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, and Keith Moon best known for Tommy, Quadrophenia, and Who's Next Who was a rock band of the 1960's. They had several hits before disbanding.
Yes Elvis Presley had two bands in his life time. In the 50s it was the Blue Moon Boys. During the 70s it was the TCB Band.
who was a famouse perdon in the 70s' who was a famouse perdon in the 70s'
Cecilia; Rainmaker; Sing Softly; say it
The Beatles was a british band from the 60s or 70s. famous songs were twist and shout, yellow submarine.
Grand Funk Railroad-1970 Great Song!!!
Don't know but the tune is similar to sipping on bacardi rum by groove connection but the words are different. it starts with "listen to the distant drums, playing by an unknown band..."
yes he did ,i was there kh big band v early 70s think it was a wed night
Foreigner or Fleetwood Mac
Camel was an English rock band that was formed in 1971.
it is the animals it is the animals
"She Loves To Be In Love" was a late 70s song by a band called Charlie.
There was a band named Foghat in the 70s. Copy and paste this link to their official website: http://www.foghat.net/band_main.htm Answer The classic 70's rock band FOG recorded an album called 'Broken' they were a Hard rockin heavy metal in the vein of Sabbath, Front-man and lead vocalist was David Miller. FOG, a name originally chosen as an acronym for 'Four Old Guys'
70s for prokaryot but 80s for eukaryot.and meaning of S it is sevedberge.
Ralph eskridge and i attended augustana lutheran church during the 60s and 70s in Chicago, and i would like to know know where the band is today. Ralph eskridge and i attended augustana lutheran church during the 60s and 70s in Chicago, and i would like to know know where the band is today.
The '70s country rock band Sugarloaf had a hit called Green Eyed Lady.
Maybe? Where did they originate from and what era do you know them from? 70s? 80s? 90s? 21 Century??
There was a song titled "Emma" by Hot Chocolate in 1975
Do you feel like I do? - by Peter Frampton
Creedance Clearwater Revival was the band. Johnny Rivers also sang the song in 1964.
Does anyone remember a video that used to be on google video that was taglined This band was given 10000 to make a music video They spent 9999 on coke Old 70s ish looking?
Tommy Seebach Band - Apache
The song was given to a band in the 60s-70s named Dawson, the song was not complete and they wrote the bridge and the majority of the lyrics. Due to issues with their manager the band recorded the song but was never released.
I think you mean 70s song BY Nazareth. The most famous would probably be their version of "Love Hurts." This was their one major US hit. They were a Scottish band, however, and had more than a few other top releases in the UK.
No... The current Train was formed in 1994 starting with Pat Monahan and Rob Hotchkiss.
Leroy Van Dyke played it in 1961.
the South African band Julian laxton did the song blue water in the 70s
Stephen Johnson was Roy's bass player from the mid-70s until Roy Orbison's death in 1988.
The song is called "Thirteen" it's sung by the band Big Star.
jim morrison was the lead singer of the doors in the 60s and 70s
Tim Curry did do concerts in the 70s and worked with a band of musicians, including the late Michael Kamen. Nevertheless, Tim Curry, at the time, was considered a solo artist. His band during the concerts appears to have been brought together for the performances.
In the 50's it was DJ Fontana. Starting in 1969 it was Ronnie Tutt.
The only ones I can remember were: Wild Angles and Born to be wild.
I believe there was and it was sung by a band in Lawrence Kansas in the mid to late 70s. The writer was a guy from Chicago married to Linda? Anyone remember the name of the band?
ABBA is a Swedish band from the 70s and 80s that speak English. The name comes from the initials of the four members of the band: Agnetha Fältskog Björn Ulvaeus Benny Andersson Anni-Frid "Frida" Lyngstad