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The Journeymen

The Journeymen

The Journeymen


There are two artists with the name The Journeymen: 1. The Journeymen were an American folk-group active in the first half of the 1960's. The band consisted of John Phillips, Scott McKenzie and Dick Weismann. John and Scott had been boyhood friends and were involved in projects together. When they met Dick Weismann in early 1961, they formed The Journeymen. They signed a contract with Capitol records after playing clubdates in Greenwich Village. They recorded three albums for Capitol untill the group disbanded in early 1964 Read more on Last.fm
There are two artists with the name The Journeymen: 1. The Journeymen were an American folk-group active in the first half of the 1960's. The band consisted of John Phillips, Scott McKenzie and Dick Weismann. John and Scott had been boyhood friends and were involved in projects together.

When they met Dick Weismann in early 1961, they formed The Journeymen. They signed a contract with Capitol records after playing clubdates in Greenwich Village. They recorded three albums for Capitol untill the group disbanded in early 1964, due to internal struggles. 2. The Journeymen, also known as The God-Damned Journeymen, are a comedic American country band.

The band consists of the fictional characters Shunt McGuppin, Mutt Taylor, Cubby Lauderbone and Jimmy Blades; who are portrayed by comedians Mark McConville, James Bladon, Matt Gourley and Jeremy Carter from the Superego collective. The band has released one album, Mount Us More, in July 2013. 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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