Theory to name a few and has played at SXSW and Wakarusa. 2) A pop-psychedelic band from England formed in the 1960s. After having met Paul McCartney who was walking his dog, this Liverpool group really thought they were going to make it, and everything seemed to go in that direction. Terry Doran from Apple loved it, resulting in 4 tracks recorded tracks for a 1968 EP. Their manager managed support gigs for Alan Price, Stevie Winwood, Chris Farlowe and The New Yardbirds (who would change their name in Led Zeppelin soonafter).
They recorded more songs for Decca for their next contract but that never happened, and nothing else really happened. Even when the group continued to play until mid 1969, Deram still made no efforts of publishing anything else, so the group disbanded at the end of that year. 3) Focal Point was a hardcore band during the mid 90's. With Robbie Imrisek - Vocals, Ryan Clark - Guitar, Danny Dinh - Guitar, Kyle Brown - Bass, and Robert Torres - Drums. They released the album Suffering Of The Masses in October of 1995.
They disbanded shortly after, with Ryan Clark moving on to form the band Training for Utopia. Ryan Clark is now in Demon Hunter 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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