Lavender Hill Mob (band)

Lavender Hill Mob was a Canadian rock band that was active in the late 1970s. They released two albums on United Artists Records.

ReceptionEdit

The Los Angeles Times wrote, "Lead singer Nicky Prigeno's romantic delivery is a cross between Paul McCartney and Rupert Holmes".[1] In February 1978, Billboard selected the single "Dream Away" as one of its recommended pop music single picks.[2]

AlbumsEdit

  • Lavender Hill Mob – released in 1977
  • Lavender Hill Mob (sometimes referred to as Street of Dreams after one of its singles) – released in 1978

Band membersEdit

  • Nicky Prigeno – Lead vocals, bass
  • Ronny Jones – Vocals, lead guitar
  • Gerry Hardy – Vocals, flute,
  • Chuck Chandler – Vocals, assorted keyboards and synthesizers
  • Vito Fiore – Drums, percussion

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Barackman, Michael (June 5, 1977). "Pop Album Briefs: Lavender Hill Mob", Los Angeles Times.
  2. ^ (February 18, 1978). "Top Single Picks", Billboard 90 (7): 79.

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