Nazz

Genres: Pop / Rock
Descriptive "tags": psychedelic 60s garage rock rock psychedelic rock classic rock power pop Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades Active: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
Links online: BBC Music Wikipedia

Biography

Formed in Philadelphia, USA in 1967, the psych pop Nazz comprised Todd Rundgren (22 June 1948, Upper Darby, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; guitar/vocals), Carson Van Osten (b. 24 September 1946, USA; bass/vocals), both ex-members of bar-band Woody’s Truck Stop, Robert ‘Stewkey’ Antoni (b. 17 November 1947, Newport, Rhode Island, USA; vocals/keyboards), and Thom Mooney (drums). Although the quartet made its live debut supporting the Doors, manager John Kurland deliberately cultivated an air of exclusivity which ultimately hampered progress. A lucrative recording contract with publishers Screen Gems resulted in 1968’s Nazz, a synthesis of British and US pop invoking the Who, Jimi Hendrix, Buffalo Springfield and the Small Faces. However, despite the excellence of tracks such as ‘Open My Eyes’ and the minor hit ‘Hello It’s Me’, the unit’s anglophilia and mod affectations proved unfashionable in the face of acid-rock...

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