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Joker's Wild

Joker's Wild

Joker's Wild


Joker's Wild was a mid-1960s Blues-rock band from Cambridge, England. There is also a barbershop quartet of the same name. The Blues-rock lineup included guitarist David Gilmour, who went on to join Pink Floyd. Their only releases were a privately-pressed, single-sided LP and single, of which only 50 copies each were made. A tape recording of the LP is held by the British Library's National Sound Archive. In June of 2005, a copy of the LP was sold on eBay. Read more on Last.fm
Joker's Wild was a mid-1960s Blues-rock band from Cambridge, England. There is also a barbershop quartet of the same name. The Blues-rock lineup included guitarist David Gilmour, who went on to join Pink Floyd. Their only releases were a privately-pressed, single-sided LP and single, of which only 50 copies each were made. A tape recording of the LP is held by the British Library's National Sound Archive. In June of 2005, a copy of the LP was sold on eBay. Together with Jonathan King (producer) they recorded what was to be the UK cover of Sam and Dave's 'Hold On, I'm Coming' but the original was released in the UK so Jokers Wild's version never saw the light. Joker's Wild is also a world champion barbershop quartet formed in 1990 by Dave Kindinger and Mark Green from Columbus, Ohio, and Steve Legters and Stephen Iannacchione from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After winning the Johnny Appleseed District of the Barbershop Harmony Society competition that fall, they went on to the Barbershop Harmony Society's International contests, earning 10th place, 5th, 2nd, and finally the International Championship in Pittsburgh in 1994. Jon Clunies replaced Mark Green as the lead singer in 1996. They have toured widely, performing all over the world before they went on hiatus in June of 2001. As of January 2008, they have regrouped, entered the studio to record new material to be released on their record label (Naked Voice Records), and have begun rehearsals for an upcoming tour. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joker's_Wild_(quartet) Read more on Last.fm.

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