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Initially comprising Damon Johnson (13 July 1964, Macon, Georgia, USA; vocals/guitar), Roman Glick (guitar), Glenn Maxey (bass) and Scott Collier (drums), Brother Cane formed in Alabama, USA, in the early 90s. Originally, however, Johnson was the bands sole guitarist - making Virgin Records decision to sign the singer-less band a bold move. After numerous auditions failed to yield a suitable recruit, Johnson was persuaded to take over the mantle of vocalist. He did an admirable job on the bands self-titled 1993 debut, which eventually sold more than a quarter of a million copies in the USA, as the band toured as support to Aerosmith and Robert Plant.
Afterwards came a series of amicable line-up shuffles. Maxey left the group, his bass position taken by original guitarist Roman Glick. David Anderson, a fellow Alabama native, became the bands lead guitarist. Their second album, Seeds (1995), was recorded in Atlanta,...