Colwell-Winfield Blues Band

The Colwell-Winfield Blues Band was a blues band formed in 1968. The band included Bill Colwell and Mike Winfield, guitar and bass, then vocalist Moose Sorrento, with Chuck Purro on drums and Jack Schroer on saxophone and Collin Tilton flute. They played at various festivals and produced one album, Cold Wind Blues, in 1968.[1] They played Woodstock Sound-Outs with Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys, Fear Itself, and Don McLean, and Thee Experience. The band hired singer James Montgomery during his junior year to play harmonica and tour with Janis Joplin.

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  1. ^ William York -Who's who in rock music 1982- Page 71 Colwell-Winfield Blues Band/Conway Winfield Blues Band, 1968. COLWELL-WINFIELD BLUES BAND Moose Sorrento — vocal; Chuck Purro — drums; Jack Schroder — saxophone; Bill Colwell — guitar, Mike Winfield — bass; Collin Tilton — saxophone, flute. Blues band that jumped on the train of the blues boom in 1968. Album: Cold Wind Blues, 1968. COLYER, KEN Namesake and founder of the Ken Colyer Skiffle Group, 1952-54. KEN COLYER SKIFFLE GROUP Alexis Korner ...