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The Craig

The Craig

The Craig


The Craig is a Birmingham band from the mid 60s. The band's drummer was Carl Palmer, later of prog-rock superstars, Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The other members were lead vocalist Jeff Brown, Richard King, guitar, and Len Cox, bass. According to Carl's official website http://www.carlpalmer.com/carl-bio.html, the band was called the King Bees when he joined at the age of 15, in 1965. At what stage the name changed to Craig and the reasoning behind the moniker, is not revealed. Read more on Last.fm
The Craig is a Birmingham band from the mid 60s. The band's drummer was Carl Palmer, later of prog-rock superstars, Emerson, Lake & Palmer. The other members were lead vocalist Jeff Brown, Richard King, guitar, and Len Cox, bass. According to Carl's official website http://www.carlpalmer.com/carl-bio.html, the band was called the King Bees when he joined at the age of 15, in 1965. At what stage the name changed to Craig and the reasoning behind the moniker, is not revealed.

Both Craig singles came out in 1966 (on Fontana) and Carl was not with the band for long, as he shifted his sticks to Chris Farlowe and the Thunderbirds at the age of 16. Another member of Craig has been listed elsewhere as Richard Pannell. As the name is not mentioned by Carl, Richard possibly joined the line-up after he left. In 1968, Jeff Brown became vocalist with Galliard, which according to alexgitlin.com also included Richard Pannell. The site has a photo of six musicians from the 12-piece line-up, although individual members are not identified.

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