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Chameleon

Chameleon

Chameleon


There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Chameleon was a short-lived melodic ambient drum and bass project for Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton, better known as Global Communication. 2) Chameleon was Minneapolis band from 1976 to 1988 featuring Yanni on Keyboards and Dugan McNeill on bass and vocals Johnny Donaldson on guitar, Charlie Adams on the very first rotating drum set and Mark Anthoney on lead vocals and keyboards; Peter Diggins, lead vocals and main guitars; Donny Paulson, guitars, vocals. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Chameleon was a short-lived melodic ambient drum and bass project for Mark Pritchard and Tom Middleton, better known as Global Communication. 2) Chameleon was Minneapolis band from 1976 to 1988 featuring Yanni on Keyboards and Dugan McNeill on bass and vocals Johnny Donaldson on guitar, Charlie Adams on the very first rotating drum set and Mark Anthoney on lead vocals and keyboards; Peter Diggins, lead vocals and main guitars; Donny Paulson, guitars, vocals.Chameleon made Billboard charts and was renowned for Adams’ two-axis revolving, upside-down drum set, which he played in live concerts and on MTV. The band toured extensively (sponsored by the Miller Brewing Co.) performing up to 260 shows a year. 3) Andre Jerome Holland, an Underground Resistance (label) artist. 4) Ugandan artist Jose Chameleone. 5) A jazzfunk group based in the Netherlands. 6) Based out of the heart of New York City, these two unique individuals, Chloe Lowery and Andrew Ross, have cultivated a style and sound they are proud to call "something different." Stemming from different backgrounds and genres, the basis of Chameleon was born. Their eclectic sound combines influences ranging from hard rock, electronic, pop, psychedelic, punk, and soul. Chameleon was formed in the summer of 2011 and has been hard at work recording their debut record in between tours with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Joining forces with underground producer and beat master extraordinaire Doctor Robert, Chameleon has honed their sound into a distinct collaborative effort that is undoubtedly their own. In just a short amount of time, Chameleon has gained a large following in the New York City area playing all the popular music venues and often playing residencies at such places like Arlene’s Grocery. 7) 1970s TX Progressive Rock band: In 1969 while still in high school, brothers Rick and Mike HUEY ~ bass and drums respectively ~ got together with their buddy guitarist/singer Spencer CLARK to form EVOLEPOH, a not-yet-progressive garage band based in Houston, Texas. Later they would be joined by keyboardist Craig GYSLER in '70 and change their name to LORIEN. Rehearsing intensely and writing original compositions, they played in and around Houston and landed gigs supporting Captain Beefheart, the Amboy Dukes, and MC5. In 1975 the well-practiced unit, now CHAMELEON, shared bills with other Texas groups as Eeze, One Hand Clapping, and Oz Knozz whose drummer Marty NAUL would replace Mike Huey in '78.

At that point CHAMELEON became fully committed to being prog rock artists and recorded the music found on the 'Rising' release, known as the Barn Tapes because of the converted barn outside Houston in which they rehearsed. By 1981 the band had exhausted itself and Prog was in recession. Texas's Shroom Records released the restored material in 2013 as 'Rising', a magpie of Brit-styled art/symph, fusion, and heavier rock-outs, revealing a long undiscovered Texas prog band that held much promise. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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