Boz Scaggs

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William Royce Scaggs, 8 June 1944, Canton, Ohio, USA. Scaggs was raised in Dallas, Texas, where he joined fellow guitarist Steve Miller in a high-school group, the Marksmen. The musicians maintained this partnership in the Ardells, a group they formed at the University of Wisconsin, but this early association ended when Scaggs returned to Texas. Boz then formed an R&B unit, the Wigs, whom he took to London in anticipation of a more receptive audience. The band broke up when this failed to materialize, and the guitarist headed for mainland Europe where he forged a career as an itinerant folk singer. Scaggs was particularly successful in Sweden, where he recorded a rudimentary solo album, Boz. This interlude in exile ended in 1967 when he received an invitation from his erstwhile colleague to join the fledgling Steve Miller Band. Scaggs recorded two albums with this pioneering unit but left for a solo career in 1968. Boz Scaggs, recorded at the renowned Fame...

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