Stone The Crows

Stone The Crows

STONE THE CROWS. Scottish blues rock band formed in Glasgow in late 1969. The band were formed after Maggie Bell was introduced to Les Harvey by his elder brother Alex Harvey. After playing together in the Kinning Park Ramblers, their next band Power was renamed Stone the Crows by Led Zeppelin's manager, Peter Grant. The band was co-managed by Grant and Mark London. Guitarist and co-founder Les Harvey sadly died after being electrocuted onstage (aged just 27) in front of a live audience at Swansea's Top Rank Suite on May 3rd 1972. Jimmy McCulloch replaced him and later joined Wings. He later died in London aged just 26 on September 27th 1979

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Stone The Crows

Reference Number. 14139L


A rare original vintage circa 1972 autograph book page, clearly signed in various ballpoints by six group members ; Maggie Bell (vocals) / Colin Allen (drums) / Jim Dewar d2002 (bass) / John McGinnis (organ) / Ronnie Leahy (keyboards) and Jimmy McCulloch d1979 (guitar)

FREDDIE & THE DREAMERS autographs on the reverse of this page

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