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  1. › wiki › Bill_KirchenBill Kirchen - Wikipedia

    William Knight Kirchen (born June 29, 1948) is an American guitarist, singer and songwriter. He was a member of Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen from 1967 to the mid-1970s and later worked with Nick Lowe.

  2. 16 de mar. de 2021 · “Hot Rod Lincoln” is a dramatic tale of an outlaw road race up Grapevine Hill on a California night. Kirchen took a gimmick in the song that used guitar to imitate car horns and built on it, working in a litany of guitar licks he’d learned from all his heroes from Bakersfield and beyond: Chuck Berry, B.B. King, Duane Eddy, and ...

  3. Bill Kirchen and Austin de Lone team up for a hands-across-the-Atlantic collection with their studio album, Transatlanticana. This album unites the pioneers of two major musical movements on record for the first time after decades of playing together:

  4. Bill Kirchen. Grammy nominated guitarist, singer and songwriter Bill Kirchen first gained national recognition as a founding member of Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen. They recorded seven albums for Paramount and Warner Brothers, one of which (Live From Deep in the Heart of Texas) rightfully made Rolling Stone’s list of the “100 ...

  5. 17 de abr. de 2013 · Bill Kirchen ’s forthcoming album Seeds and Stems contains a truckload of songs that capture the singular sound and high-energy vibe of Kirchens live shows, the songs he started out with that are still perpetual crowd-pleasers.

  6. www.billkirchen.comBILL Kirchen

    Founding member of Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen Bill Kirchen first brought the band to the SF Bay Area in December ’69. Now Bill brings the Airmen back to celebrate the release of their 50-year reunion album, Back From The Ozone.

  7. › bill-kirchen-biographyBill Kirchen Biography

    “I like music where at least someone onstage is smiling sometimes, fer crissake,” jokes Kirchen, who’s often grinning happily when he’s not busy singing. But for every injection of humor, there’s an equal dose of heart (and in some cases, heartbreak).