I can still remember the first time I heard Unorthodox Behaviour back in the mid-70s, and how wonderful I found the combination of impressive technical playing and light-hearted humor. Over the years, an impressive number of incredible musicians participated in the band, and several of them are taking it out on the road in October.
by Jon Davis, Published 2016-09-12
John Goodsall (guitar) and Percy Jones (bass), both original members, are on board, along with Kenwood Dennard (drums), who was on the classic Livestock. They are joined by Chris Clark (keyboards) and Scott Weinberger (percussion) for a series of shows in the Midwest and East Coast.
No word yet if any other parts of the world will get visits.
Filed under: Concerts
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