Tony Maiden – guitar, vocals (1974–1983) Bobby Watson – bass (1974–1983) Dave "Hawk" Wolinski – keyboards, vocals (1977–1983) John "JR" Robinson – drums (1979–1983) Ivan Neville – vocals (1977–1983) Former members. Lee Graziano – drums (1970–1972) Chuck Colbert Jr. – bass (1970) Al Ciner – guitar (1970–1974)
- 1970–1983, 2008–present
- See list of members
- Chicago, Illinois, United States
Tony Maiden (Gitarre, ab 1974) Ron Stockert (Gesang, 1973–1974) David Wolinski „Hawk“ (Keyboard, ab 1977) Diskografie Alben
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Tony Maiden, Rufus, one of the world's funkiest guitar players. It's always great to hear Tony play, he's one of the most original, rhythmic guitar players we've ever heard! Decide for youself ...
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Tony Maiden (died 17 February 2004 in Torrevieja, Alicante, Spain) was an English actor, who is best known for playing “Albert Clifton” in all episodes in the first series of the British television series The Adventures of Black Beauty, premiered on 17 February 1973.
Maiden’s guitar parts—which he played on everything from a Gibson ES-175 to an ES-345, Les Pauls, and a Fender Mustang (though recently he’s been playing rosewood Telecasters)—are a compositional marvel. His sublime rhythm work mixed melodic chording with delicious R&B lines, and tasteful effect use (check out his bluesy talk box work ...