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There are few bands remaining from the 1960's who can field their original line-up, even the world-famous. TheOthersR&B are one of the rare exceptions. With management signings in 1964-67 to Bryan Morrison (Pink Floyd), The Marquee Club, Brian Epstein and Robert Stigwood, TheOthersR&B were among the early pioneers of the UK R&B boom, which emerged from the burgeoning music-club scene and spawned the Stones, Yardbirds, Kinks, Animals and Fleetwood Mac. Drawing musical inspiration from the blues roots of Chicago and the Mississippi delta, and adding a rock sensibility, these bands laid the foundations of popular music for decades.
International success eluded TheOthersR&B, despite record deals and extensive UK and European tours, but Brian May certainly noticed the band, describing them as “…really excellent…easily in the Yardbirds’ class…”. Peter Green offered his services on lead guitar, Jimmy Page produced and played on recordings and Elton John offered them some of his earliest songs. Other collaborations included the Yardbirds and Chicken Shack and members of Deep Purple and Procul Harum. Backing or supporting artistes such as Sonny Boy Williamson, John Mayall, The Small Faces, The Who and Cream, TheOthersR&B saw out the 60s trying to make it big on their own, giving life to a variety of individual and joint projects. Paul, Pete, Rob and Geoff remained in touch as friends and collaborators, observing the changes in musical fashion, while their natural audience retreated to family life and bided their time.
Now, when music is at last rediscovering its heart and its balls, The Others R&B’s authenticity and creativity has a new outlet. True to their roots, blending Blues, Rock and Motown, TheOthersR&B band rebuilds classic catalogue and showcases pungent original material in a powerhouse set that redefines Richmond Rhythm‘n‘Blues. Lean and evergreen, they’ll remind you what the buzz was - and still is - all about.