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ELO's debut concert took place on 15 April 1972 at The Fox & Hounds Pub in Croydon, U. K. with a line-up of Wood, Lynne, Bevan, Bill Hunt ( horns, keyboards ), Wilfred Gibson ( violin ), Hugh McDowell ( cello ), Mike Edwards, Andy Craig ( cello ) and Richard Tandy on bass.
* 1964 – Andy Rourke, English bass guitarist ( The Smiths and Freebass )
The original lineup included Kenny Olson on lead guitar, Uncle Kracker on turntables, Andy Gould and George Metropolous on guitar, Paul Anthony on bass and Bob Ebeling on drums.
In April 2010, it was announced that Rhythm Devils will tour in the summer of 2010 with a new lineup including Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann ( assorted percussion ), Keller Williams ( guitar, vocals ), Sikiru Adepoju ( talking drum ), Davy Knowles ( guitar, vocals ), and Andy Hess ( bass ).
He also worked on a new band project called Freebass with bass players Mani ( The Stone Roses ) and Andy Rourke ( ex-The Smiths ).
First coming together in 1972, the core duo of Andy Partridge ( guitars & vocals ) and Colin Moulding ( bass & vocals ) went through many band names ( including The Helium Kidz and Star Park ) over the next five years.
Hibbert was replaced after one gig by Marr's friend Andy Rourke, because Marr felt that neither Hibbert's bass playing nor his personality fit the group.
For the vast majority of their history, the band consisted of Sting ( lead vocals, bass ), Andy Summers ( guitar ) and Stewart Copeland ( drums ).
* Andy Stein – violin, tenor and bass saxophones, vocals ( now only appears occasionally )
* Andy Brown: bass
The Gonzalez brothers, Jerry and Andy, played congas and bass respectively, in Libre.
* Ram Trilogy, a drum and bass producer and DJ trio, consisting of Andy C, Shimon and Ant Miles
Andrew Latimer ( guitar ), Andy Ward ( drums ) and Doug Ferguson ( bass ) had been playing as a trio called The Brew around the Guildford, Surrey area of England.
The initial line-up comprised Nick Michaelson ( guitar ), Heitham Al-Sayed ( vocals ), Kerstin Haigh ( vocals ), John Morgan ( drums ), James Barrett ( bass ) and Alan " Hagos / Haggis " Haggarty ( engineer, producer, programmer ) and in 1992 they were joined by Spiral Tribe D. J, Andy Clinton.
) and Andy Silvester ( bass ) who had all just left guitarist Stan Webb's Chicken Shack.
* Andy Flag — bass guitar, backing vocals, occasional lead vocals
* Andy Bell – bass, rhythm guitar ( 1999 – 2009 )
Seven of the nine occupants were killed: Nelson and his companion, Helen Blair ; bass guitarist Patrick Woodward ; drummer Rick Intveld ; keyboardist Andy Chapin ; guitarist Bobby Neal ; and road manager / soundman Donald Clark Russell.
( 1978 ) with a quartet that included pianist Oscar Peterson, guitarist Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Louis Bellson ; two Duke Ellington Songbook albums ( 1979 ); Send In The Clowns ( 1981 ) with the Count Basie orchestra playing arrangements primarily by Sammy Nestico ; and Crazy and Mixed Up ( 1982 ), another quartet album featuring Sir Roland Hanna, piano, Joe Pass, guitar, Andy Simpkins, bass, and Harold Jones, drums.
Andy Kent of fellow Australian band You Am I filled in on bass playing duties.
The other current band members are Andy Gillespie ( keyboards ) and Ged Grimes ( bass guitar ).
Reunited with Mel Gaynor, Simple Minds hired Malcolm Foster ( ex-Pretenders ) as the new bass player and expanded the live band again by recruiting three additional touring members – backing singer Annie McCaig, percussionist Andy Duncan and violinist Lisa Germano ).
The live band was completed by the returning Eddie Duffy on bass guitar and by new keyboard player / programmer Andy Gillespie ( of SoundControl ).
After the split, Andy Bell formed a new band called " Hurricane No. 1 " but this project was permanently dissolved when he was asked to play bass for Oasis after having turned down the opportunity to join Gay Dad.

Andy and player
* 1977 – Andy Phillips, American baseball player
* 1945 – Andy Messersmith, American baseball player
* 1977 – Andy McDonald, Canadian ice hockey player
* 1932 – Andy Bathgate, Canadian ice hockey player
* 1982 – Andy Roddick, American tennis player
The Rockies won, 9 – 2, with Andy Benes on the mound for the Diamondbacks, and Travis Lee being the first player to hit, score, homer and drive in a run.
* 1981 – Andy González, Puerto Rican baseball player
* 1962 – Andy Fordham, English darts player
* 1960 – Andy Moog, Canadian ice hockey player
* Andy Hoepelman ( 1955 ), water polo player
* 1967 – Andy Ashby, American baseball player
* 1975 – Andy Farrell, English rugby player
* 1983 – Andy Sonnanstine, American baseball player
* 1986 – Andy Rautins, Canadian basketball player
* 1882 – Andy Coakley, American baseball player and coach ( d. 1963 )
* 1982 – Andy Greene, American ice hockey player
* 1970 – Andy Ward, Irish rugby player
* June 15 – Andy Pettitte, American baseball player
* February 2 – Andy Fordham, English darts player
Omaha is the birthplace of numerous important historical and modern sports figures, including 1960 Summer Olympics gold medalist and NBA star Bob Boozer ; Baseball Hall of Famer Bob Gibson ; 1989 American League Rookie of the Year Gregg Olson ; NFL running back Ahman Green ; Heisman Trophy winners Johnny Rodgers and Eric Crouch ; Pro Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers ; and champion tennis player Andy Roddick.
Former Stars goalkeeper Andy Moog was promoted to Assistant General Manager for Player Development ( he kept his job as goaltending coach ), and former player Ulf Dahlen was hired as an assistant coach.
* Andy Mitchell, Former professional baseball player
* Andy Ram ( born 1980 ), Israeli tennis player
These include John Kay, lead singer, harmonica and organ player, and occasional guitarist of the heavy metal late 60s / early 70s band Steppenwolf, members of The Tragically Hip, The Mahones, jazz singer Andy Poole, Bedouin Soundclash, Sarah Harmer, The Arrogant Worms, The Headstones, The Inbreds, and David Usher, formerly of Moist.
* Andy Dirks, MLB player, Detroit Tigers

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