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Devil's Kitchen

Devil's Kitchen

Devil's Kitchen


"Devil's Kitchen Band was a four piece rock and roll band that lived and performed in San Francisco from the Spring of 1968 through the Summer of 1970. They were the "house band" at Chet Helm's "Family Dog Ballroom on the Great Highway" opening for, and often jamming with, many of the most well known groups of the times. They performed at all of the major West Coast venues from San Francisco's Fillmore West to L.A.'s Whisky A Go Go." - Devil's Kitchen Band website Read more on Last.fm
"Devil's Kitchen Band was a four piece rock and roll band that lived and performed in San Francisco from the Spring of 1968 through the Summer of 1970. They were the "house band" at Chet Helm's "Family Dog Ballroom on the Great Highway" opening for, and often jamming with, many of the most well known groups of the times. They performed at all of the major West Coast venues from San Francisco's Fillmore West to L.A.'s Whisky A Go Go." - Devil's Kitchen Band website "Perhaps the best of the greatly talented but "forgotten" bands from the legendary San Francisco psychedelic scene of the late 1960's. This heavy guitar-powered psychedelic four piece band moved from their original Southern Illinois base to the Bay Area during The Summer Of Love. The band came to the attention of Bill Graham and Chet Helms in 1968 and was soon playing on a regular basis at The Fillmore West.

A short time later Devil's Kitchen became the house band at Helms' Family Dog Ball-room on The Great Highway in San Francisco and remained there in that capacity from the spring of 1968 until the summer of 1970. Devil's Kitchen played all the major venues in The Bay Area and Los Angeles during this time period, opening for and playing frequently with many very well-known bands, including The Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, Santana, Quicksilver Messenger Service, The Allman Brothers, Big Brother And The Holding Company with Janis, The Charlatans and many, many others." - Lysergic Sound Distributors "Not unlike many of the best groups of the era, Devil's Kitchen were musicians who truly listened to each other and obviously enjoyed playing together. A truly special chemistry developed between the front line guitarists, Stokes and Champlin. Champlin's sensibilities and innate ability to create beautiful and infectious rhythm content inspired Stokes to soar on lead guitar. Stokes often sounds like a cross between Quicksilver's John Cipollina and Sons of Champlin's Terry Haggerty, two of the most accomplished and original guitarists of the time.

" - Wolfgang's Vault 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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