Member of Strider, 1973.
Member of Joe Cocker's Greatest Show on Earth.
Sessions for Marc Benno; Eric Clapton, 1970; Rolling Stones, 1970, 1972, 73; Sky,
1970-71; Delaney and Bonnie; Dr. John, 1971; B.B. King, 1971; Nilsson, 1971-72,
1974, 1976; Gary Wright, 1971; George Harrison, 1972; Carly Simon, 1972; Donovan,
1973; Ringo Starr, 1973-74; John Lennon, 1974; Nicky Hopkins, 1974.
Jarrod Coombes - bass, vocals; Jim Knowler - backing vocals; guitar; Shaun O'Keefe
Member of Shanti, 1971.
KHAN, NISAR AHMAD (GEORGE).
Session for Formerly Fat Harry, 1971.
Session for Martin Mull, 1977.
Real name of Tiny Tim.
Val Garcia - vocals; John King - drums; Mike Mallen - guitar, vocals; Dick Thompson
- bass, keyboards, vocals.
Member of Demons, 1977.
Keith Boyce - drums, percussion; Cosmo - guitar; Gary Holton - vocals; Danny
Peyronnel - keyboards, vocals; Ronnie Thomas - bass, vocals.
Session for Tommy Bolin, 1975.
Member of Eden's Children.
Member of the Bonaroos, 1977.
Member of the Greg Kihn Band, 1976.
GREG KIHN BAND.
David Carpender - guitar; Greg Kihn - vocal, guitar;Larry Lynch - drums; Steve
Wright - bass.
Member of Cosmology, 1977.
Session for Doug Kershaw, 1972.
Member of Balcones Fauit, 1977.
Member of the Stone Poneys, 1967-68.
Member of the Hoodoo Rhythm Devils.
Member of the Electric Prunes, 1967.
Member of Gabriel, 1975.
Member of U.F.O., 1966.
KING, ALAN "BAM".
Member of Ace, 1974.
Born in 1925, King learned from Lightnin Hopkins, Mississippi John Hurt, Son House
and other traveling blues artists.
KING, BEN E.
Session for Average White Band, 1977.
Member of the Righteous Brothers Band, 1966.
Sessions for B.B. King, 1970; Donovan, 1973.
Member of the Nightengales, 1977.
Sessions for Marc Benno; B.B. King, 1970; Russ Giguere, 1971; Shuggie Otis, 1971;
Elvin Bishop, 1972; Navasota, 1972; The Rolling Stones, 1972; Steely Dan, 1972,
1976; Grin, 1973; Joe Walsh, 1973; Gene Clark, 1974; Joe Cocker, 1974; Elton John,
1974; Ringo Starr, 1974; NeiI Diamond, 1976; Bill Wyman, 1976.
Session for Free Creek, 1973.
Member of Strawberry Alarm Clock, 1968; Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1973.