Article about the musician Geoff Bridgford . Geoff Bridgford is an Australian drummer (from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), initially for Steve And The Board, The Groove & Tin Tin and later on for Bee Gees. After leaving the 'Bee Gees' in 1972, he continued as a recording and touring drummer.
Geoff Bridgford. More Images. Profile: Australian drummer (from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), initially for Steve And The Board, The Groove (3) & Tin Tin (5) and later on for Bee Gees. After leaving the 'Bee Gees' in 1972, continued as recording and touring drummer.
They also recruited Geoff Bridgford as the group's official drummer. Bridgford had previously worked with the Groove and Tin Tin and played drums on Maurice's unreleased first solo album. In 1970, 2 Years On was released in October in the US and November in the UK.
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LOVIN’ TIMES (R. Hannaford/M. Barrett © apra/amcos) Geoff Bridgford: Vocal, Drums. Ross Hannaford: Guitars. Joe Creighton: Bass. Lindsay Field: Guitar, Ba...
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Geoff Bridgford Tin Tin was a pop rock band, which first formed in Australia as The Kinetics in 1966. They relocated to the United Kingdom in 1969 and were renamed as Tin Tin, which comprised Steve Kipner (vocals, keyboards, percussion), Steve Groves (vocals, guitar, percussion), John Vallins (bass, guitar, vocals) and Geoff ...
Neuer Schlagzeuger der Bee Gees wurde Geoff Bridgford. Alle Songs des Albums wurden 1970 komponiert. Das Album, das erste der Bee Gees, das parallel sowohl als Schallplatte als auch als MusiCassette veröffentlicht wurde, schaffte es in Deutschland nicht in die Charts.