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Kantner abandonó el grupo en 1984, pero volvió en 1992 y de ahí hasta ahora. Antes, en 1989, Jefferson Airplane se reunieron y sacaron un disco nuevo. En 1996 se volvieron a juntar y el grupo ingresó en el Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame.

Esta alineación de la banda probó ser la más exitosa comercialmente. El disco de 1975 Red Octopus, alcanzó el status de múltiple platino por sus ventas y llegó a ubicarse en la posición número 1 del ranking de la revista Billboard.

In 1994, he was co-founder of Gongzilla with other former PMG members and continues to work with the band. In 1999, he released a solo album recorded in Quebec and New York City entitled "No Other." The album was recorded with long-time compatriot Bon Lozaga (guitar) and other guest musicians. The tour for the album featured singer-songwriter Happy Rhodes.

Gilmour was approached in late December, 1967 by drummer Nick Mason, who asked if he would be interested in joining Pink Floyd, which he did in January, 1968, making Pink Floyd briefly a five-piece band.

Wills was a Western swing musician, songwriter and bandleader. Considered by music authorities as the co-founder of Western swing, he was universally known as the King of Western Swing (after the death of Spade Cooley, who used the moniker "King Of Western Swing" from 1942 to 1969).

Wills formed several bands and played radio stations around the South and West until he formed the Texas Playboys in 1934 with Wills on fiddle, Tommy Duncan on piano and vocals, June Whalin on rhythm guitarist, Johnnie Lee Wills on tenor banjo and Kermit Whalin on steel guitar and bass.

Wills favored jazz-like arrangements and the band found national popularity into the 1940s with such hits as "Steel Guitar Rag," "New San Antonio Rose," "Smoke On The Water," "Stars And Stripes On Iwo Jima" and "New Spanish Two Step."

Following Wilson's own departure in 1977, the group disbanded. Wilson released three solo albums, five singles and two best selling autobiographies, Dreamgirl: My Life As a Supreme, a record setter for sales in its genre and Supreme Faith: Someday We'll Be Together.

John Coltrane asked Montgomery to join his band after a jam session, but Montgomery continued to lead his own band, where he was a guitar-playing bandleader. He became one of the most influential and most musical guitarists to ever pick up the instrument. He took the use of octaves and chord melodies to a greater level than other guitarists.

Earth is the fourth album by American rock band Jefferson Starship. The album was recorded in 1977, with the same band lineup as the previous album, Spitfire and released February 6, 1978.

Winds of Change is the seventh album by Jefferson Starship and was released October 4, 1982. It was the first studio album produced after Grace Slick rejoined the band as a full member. Aynsley Dunbar plays drums on the album, but was replaced by Donny Baldwin for the supporting tour. The album reached number 26 on the Billboard charts.

Freedom at Point Zero is the fifth album by Jefferson Starship and was released November 1, 1979. It was the first album for new lead singer Mickey Thomas, and the first after both Marty Balin and Grace Slick left the previous year (Slick rejoined the band for their next album Modern Times in 1981). Aynsley Dunbar plays drums on this album; he had left Journey the previous year. The album cover was shot on location in the San Francisco Bay on board the USCGC Midgett.

Jefferson Starship is an American rock band formed in the early 1970s by several members of the former psychedelic rock group Jefferson Airplane. The band has undergone several major changes in personnel and genres through the years while retaining the same Jefferson Starship name. The current Jefferson Starship, led by co-founder Paul Kantner, more closely resembles its original mix of psychedelic and electric folk music than the pop-driven tunes it was widely known for in the early to mid-1980s. It is not to be confused with Starship, a spin-off of the group featuring former co-lead singer Mickey Thomas that also periodically tours. The latter group is most frequently identified with the 1980s pop tunes of the Jefferson Starship. 59ce067264


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