Graham John Clifton Bond (28 October 1937 – 8 May 1974) was an English rock/blues musician and vocalist, considered a founding father of the English rhythm and blues boom of the 1960s. Bond was an innovator, described as "an important, under-appreciated figure of early British R&B", along with Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner.
Graham Bond. Graham John Clifton Bond ( 28 de octubre de 1937 – 8 de mayo de 1974) fue un músico inglés, considerado uno de los padres fundadores del boom del rhythm and blues británico de los años 60. Bond fue un innovador, descrito en alguna ocasión como "una figura importante, minusvalorada, del primer R&B británico", 1 ...
The Graham Bond Organisation (GBO) were a British jazz/rhythm and blues group of the mid-1960s consisting of Graham Bond (vocals, keyboards, alto-saxophone), Jack Bruce (bass), Ginger Baker (drums), Dick Heckstall-Smith (tenor/soprano saxophone) and John McLaughlin (guitar).
5 de oct. de 2018 · It was two days before the police were able to identify the body, and then only from his fingerprints. He was 36. It was a strange, messy end to a strange, unpredictable life. In his mid-60s prime, Graham Bond was a true originator and one of the key figures on the British music scene.
2.33K subscribers. A brief portrait of multi-instrumentalist Graham Bond (1937-1974), one of the foremost pioneers of British rhythm and blues. He was the leader of the Graham ...
28 de oct. de 2021 · Bond fue un maravilloso innovador, descrito como “ una figura importante y poco apreciada del R&B británico temprano “, junto con Cyril Davies y Alexis Korner . Jack Bruce , John McLaughlin y Ginger Baker alcanzaron fama por primera vez, al formar parte de su grupo la Organización Graham Bond .
Graham John Clifton Bond. Profile: Born: October 28, 1937, Romford, Essex, England. Died: May 8, 1974, Finsbury Park Station, London, England. English blues keyboardist. He was found dead of an apparent suicide beneath a tube train at the Finsbury Park Station in 1974. Show more.