Geoffrey Muldaur, 1 January 1945, Pelham, New York, USA. Muldaur began performing at the folk haunts of Cambridge, Massachusetts, while a student at Boston University. He worked as a soloist at the Club 47, as well as becoming a featured member of the Jim Kweskin Jug Band. Muldaurs 1963 debut, Sleepy Man Blues, boasted support from Dave Van Ronk and Eric Von Schmidt, a
- 25% match to Dan Hicks
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. A self-described freelance bum, Vaughn is a critically acclaimed singer-songwriter, who has never parlayed his accolades into chart success, despite building a loyal cult following. As a youngster, a defining musical moment for Vaughn occurred at the age of six, when his uncle gave him a record by legendary guitarist Duane Eddy.
5 February 1951, Abertridwr, Wales. An exhilarating player of the accordion, Watkins played rock n roll, blues, Cajun and several stations in between. From the early 80s through into the mid-00s, with occasional breaks when the going got too tough, he was a member of the high-living UK band, the Balham Alligators. The band played the pub circuit around London and
- 13% match to Dan Hicks