Screaming Lord Sutch

Genres: Pop / Rock
Tags: psychobilly rockabilly rock n roll garage rock garage rock 60s shock rock british horror rock rock and roll Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 2000s
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David Edward Sutch, 10 November 1940, Harrow, Middlesex, England, d. 16 June 1999. Sutch rose to prominence in 1960 as the first long-haired pop star, with tresses in excess of 18 inches. His recording career peaked with such early releases as ‘Til The Following Night’, ‘Jack The Ripper’ and ‘I’m A Hog For You’, all produced by the late Joe Meek. Although never registered a chart entry, Sutch boasted one of the most accomplished live acts of the era in the Savages, whose ranks included such luminaries as Ritchie Blackmore, Nicky Hopkins and Paul Nicholas. For nearly 40 years, Sutch sustained his flagging recording career with a plethora of publicity stunts ranging from dramatic marriage proposals to standing for Parliament and founding his own radio station. In 1970, he enjoyed some minor success in the US album charts with Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends, which featured Blackmore, Hopkins, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Keith Moon, Noel...

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