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Edgar Winter

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Johnny Winter And with Edgar Winter's White Trash at the Capitol Theater , Port Chester, NY

Live Review by Jon Tiven, New Haven Rock Press, 1970

THE ATMOSPHERE was a bit tense and strained at the Capitol this particular night as Columbia Recording Studios was recording all of what was going ...

Edgar Winter's White Trash: Edgar Winter's White Trash

Review by Danny Goldberg, Circus, May 1971

THIS IS MY pick for the greatest album of the year; it certainly is the most impressive surprise masterpiece to hit the rock scene in ...

Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Humble Pie, Edgar Winter: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by John Mendelssohn, Los Angeles Times, 21 July 1971

ELP Group Presents a Mixed Bag at the Bowl ...

Eight People Go Crazy at Same Time: Edgar White's White Trash

Interview by Danny Goldberg, Creem, December 1971

EDGAR WINTER'S White Trash is probably the best evidence this side of Grand Funk that rock is not dead. An unbelievable bunch of Southerners who ...

Edgar Winter's White Trash: Roadwork (Epic)

Review by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, June 1972

IT WAS ONE of those days. You know, Spring Fever and all that. Ben tumbled in from the Agitator laundromat grinning vacantly, mumbling something about ...

Edgar Winter's White Trash: Roadwork

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, Cream, July 1972

EDGAR WINTER’S White Trash are advanced cases of the Live Album Syndrome. Their line-up allows them to tackle soul, gospel, blues and rock, depending on ...

Edgar Winter: They Only Come Out At NIght

Review by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, February 1973

My, my, who pushed dear, dear Edgar and the boys into the closet? Now really. Do you expect me to believe it was THEIR idea? ...

Allman Brothers, Edgar Winter Group, Mahavishnu Orchestra et al : Rock & Roll Nine, Hollywood FLA

Live Review by Jim Esposito, Rock, 26 February 1973

ALMOST EVERYTHING about Rock & Roll Nine was good in some ways and bad in others. Celebrated on an isolated raceway in the swampy boondocks ...

Edgar Winter: How Winter Went Glam and Created A Frankenstein Monster

Report and Interview by Loraine Alterman, Melody Maker, 30 June 1973

EDGAR WINTER, his wife and his band live in a 13-bedroom white clapboard mansion at Sands Point, overlooking Long Island Sound. 30,000 dollars a year ...

The Kinks: Thank you for the days, Ray

Report by Roy Hollingworth, Melody Maker, 21 July 1973

ROY HOLLINGWORTH adds a sad chapter to the Kinks chronicle ...

Wet City: Sly and Company Live in London

Report by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, 21 July 1973

LIKE THE WEATHER, the music at London’s White City on Sunday was a mixture of fair and foul. ...

Edgar Winter: Just A Friendly Texan

Report and Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 28 July 1973

STEVE PAUL'S in a good mood right now. He's just been informed that West Side Story is playing somewhere in London and already he can ...

Rick Derringer: The Irony of the Hootchie Koo

Report and Interview by Loraine Alterman, Rolling Stone, 11 April 1974

NEW YORK — "I never expected 'Rock and Roll Hootchie Koo' to do so well commercially," said Rick Derringer, the single's writer as well as ...

The Edgar Winter Group: Shock Treatrment

Review by Gary Sperrazza!, Shakin' Street Gazette, June 1974

LET'S FACE IT: why do they call this the Edgar Winter Group? ...

Edgar Winter Unleashes A Superstar Rock Band With Shock Treatment

Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, July 1974

When the Edgar Winter group exploded onto the record charts last year, few people expected the band to emerge as a whole triumvirate of rock ...

The Edgar Winter Group: Shock Treatment (Epic PE 32461)

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 18 July 1974

EDGAR WINTER was the most unlikely rock star of 1973. For five years we had been led to believe that it was his brother Johnny ...

Edgar Winter: Great White Wonder

Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 27 July 1974

EDGAR WINTER shoots pool pretty good considering he's as blind as a bat. The green ball gives him trouble because that's the same colour as ...

When Edgar Winter Faced The Music His Heavy Metal Went Pop!

Profile and Interview by David Rensin, Zoo World, 24 October 1974

EDGAR WINTER tried to relax with little success, his normally impassive face showing signs of serious discomfort as he attempted to fit his six-foot frame ...

Johnny and Edgar Winter: Two Hazy Shades of Winter

Report and Interview by David Rensin, Rolling Stone, 6 November 1975

OAKLAND – "My band's a dictatorship and Edgar's is a democracy," Johnny Winter blurted out through the hotel-room haze after playing the last of three ...

Hartman's Heartland

Interview by Barry Cain, Record Mirror, 18 November 1978

BARRY CAIN meets former Edgar Winter Band member Dan Hartman — the man who made 'Instant Replay' one of the most instant of this year's ...

Welcome to Winter's Wonderland

Interview by Rahul Shrivastava,, 2004

It's been over 25 years since you last played the UK. What took you so long to come back? ...

see also Rick Derringer

see also Montrose

see also Johnny Winter

see also Dan Hartman


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