Green On Red

Genres: Music Videos & Concerts Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s

Biography

Formed as the Serfers in Tucson, Arizona, USA, in 1979, this influential rock band initially featured Dan Stuart (guitar/vocals), Jack Waterson (bass), Van Christian (drums) and Sean Nagore (keyboards). Christian and Nagore were replaced by Alex MacNicol (d. 2004) and Chris Cacavas respectively for the first EP, Two Bibles, released under their new name. Green On Red attracted attention as part of the 60s-influenced ‘paisley underground’ alongside the Rain Parade and the Dream Syndicate. However, their sound owed more to Neil Young and country/blues traditions, an influence that became more apparent when Chuck Prophet IV joined on lead guitar in 1984, making his debut on the following year’s excellent full-length Gas Food Lodging. Sophisticated arrangements on their major label debuts, 1985’s No Free Lunch EP and 1987’s The Killer Inside Me, the latter the first to feature new drummer Keith Mitchell, saw Green On Red pushing for mainstream...

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