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THE ARTWOODS
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The Artwoods were formed in 1963, and over the next two years became an extremely popular live attraction, rivaling groups such as the Animals, although, despite releasing a clutch of singles and an album, their record sales never reflected this popularity. Singer Arthur Wood, from whom the band took their name, was the elder brother of The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood. He had been a vocalist with Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated for a short period during 1962, simultaneously fronting his own group, the Art Wood Combo. In 1967 a final "one-off" single appeared on Fontana under the name "St. Valentine's Day Massacre" but by the time of it's release the Artwoods had effectively ceased to exist. The group broke up in mid '67 with Hartley going on to play with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Malcolm Pool played with Colosseum and Lord becoming a founder member of Deep Purple.

MEMBERS:

Art Wood - vocals
Derek Griffiths - guitar
Jon Lord - keyboards (born June 9th 1941)
Malcolm Pool - bass guitar
Keef Hartley - drums

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