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Topnummers van Blackfoot op Spotify

Albums van Blackfoot:

Another Day, Another Dollar (Live 1985) (2022)

Rainbow Music Hall, Denver (Classic 1979 LIVE Broadcast) (2020)

Train, Train (2018)

Southern Native (2016)

Train Train - Southern Rock Live! (2014)

Train Train: Southern Rock's Best - Live (2007)

Rick Medlocke & Blackfoot (1986)

Vertical Smiles (1984)

Siogo (1983)

Highway Song Live (1982)

Marauder (1981)

Tomcattin' (1980)

Strikes (1979)

Alive In America (1979)

Flyin' High (1976)

Geplande optredens van Blackfoot

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Biography van Blackfoot

Blackfoot is an American southern rock band from Jacksonville, Florida. They were formed during 1969 and were contemporaries of Lynyrd Skynyrd, but with a harder rock sound. They had a number of hit albums in the 1970s and early 1980s before their popularity started to wane. They had broken up by 1985, though not before former Uriah Heep keyboardist/songwriter Ken Hensley had joined the group during their last couple of years together. Vocalist Rickey Medlocke revived the name in 1987 with a new backing group and released three additional albums (Rick Medlocke and Blackfoot, Medicine Man, and After The Reign). In 1997, Medlocke disbanded the group, and joined Lynyrd Skynyrd. In 2004 a second resurrection of Blackfoot took place with founding members Jackson Spires, Greg Walker, and Charlie Hargrett. Medlocke was not available, however, and the frontman role was given to Bobby Barth. Tragedy struck in March 2005 when Spires died suddenly of an aneurysm, but the band decided to persevere for the time being. Following the will of Spires, Austrian drummer Christoph Ullmann was hired as permanent drummer. In 2006, the band toured and was backed up by Jay Johnson on guitar and vocals. A live DVD was released in 2007. In 2007, the band was touring and consisted of bassist Greg Walker, guitarist Charlie Hargrett, guitarist and lead vocalist Bobby Barth, and drummer Michael Sollars. Currently Barth is unavailable due to illness and former Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Mike Estes became vocalist. During the spring of 2010, Barth was forced to undergo emergency back surgery. Former Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Mike Estes and current vocalist/guitarist for Skinny Molly was then employed for lead vocals/guitar and Kurt Pietro (drummer of Skinny Molly) replaced Scott Craig on drums. In the summer of 2011 Charlie Hargrett was replaced by Randy Peak. In 2012, Rickey Medlocke reformed Blackfoot with a completely new line-up (see Members below), with him acting as their producer. Walker, Hargrett, Estes and Pietro subsequently regrouped under the band name Fired Guns. In 2015, Walker, Hargrett, Barth and Ullman began performing together again under the band name Warrior's Pride. Medlocke continues to perform with Lynyrd Skynyrd. On August 5, 2016, Blackfoot released their first album in 20 years, Southern Native. The video for the song and samples were released on August 2, 2016 via regular channels and social media. Although there are no founding members of the band in its current lineup, Medlocke joins the band onstage for certain concerts. The new lineup made their live debut at Gottrocks in Greenville, South Carolina on June 11, 2021 with an 82 minute set including two songs (In The Night, Payin' For It) that were never previously performed in concert. There is more than one artist with this name, also including: 2) Blackfoot was a British rock band previously called Blackfoot Sue. The band released When Will I See You Again / Lay the Real Thing on Me in 1977. 3) Blackfoot was a New Zealand Christian band. 4) Blackfoot was a Zambian garage rock band. Members were Alfred Yabe, Garry Musopa, George Kabale, and Ottiman Mpondzi. A relatively lo-fi recording of one of their songs is available on the 2017 collection "Welcome to Zamrock!" Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.