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REO Speedwagon is a band that started out as a country and boogie band, but which over time one of the most successful arena rock band of all time was the United States . The band is from ChampaignIllinois and was founded in 1967 by Neal Doughty, Alan Gratzer, Joe Matt and Mike Blair. The name was coined by Neal Doughty and REO stands for Ransom Eli Olds.

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History[Edit]Edit

Before delivering his REO Speedwagon first album there are quite a few personnel changes. The band was established in the autumn of 1967. The first line-up consisted of Neal Doughty (keyboards), Alan Gratzer (drums/vocals), Joe Matt (guitar/vocals) and Mike Blair (bass/vocals). In the spring of 1968 is singer Terry Luttrell (ex-Terry Cook and the Majestics) attracted, Joe Matt and Mike Blair are replaced by Bob Crownover (guitar) and Gregg Philbin (bass). Joe McCabe played SAX at this time. Crownover played guitar for the group until the summer of 1969, Bill Fiorio is his replacement. Fiorio (When later as Duke) leaves REO Speedwagon end 1969, his replacement is Steve Scorfina. At one point, Steve Scorfina sees it no longer sit, he leaves the others and leaves for St. Louis to return to years later in the rock-scene as guitarist of Pavlov's Dog. Gary Richrath (ex-Suburban 9 to 5, ex-Feather Train) was to take place in the open cases. The Group had at that time a kind of punk-image and had by the rigorously toured all kinds of clubs and bars in the Midwest a fanatical and loyal clan supporters got behind, thereby got REO Speedwagon earned the confidence of Epic Records and a contract.

Starting Period[Edit]Edit

The first (self-titled) album comes out in 1971, but in the first years, the band is not very successful. Singer Terry Luttrell (later in Starcastle) takes down after just one album and was replaced by Kevin Cronin (ex-Fushia), which as a composer/singer/guitarist right away a hefty stamp on the group key. He makes his debut on the album "REO/TWO". During the recording of "Ridin' the storm out" Gary Richrath and Kevin Cronin have a disagreement and the latter band is turned off. Which ensures that on "Ridin' the storm out" Michael Murphy (ex-One Eyed Jacks) is heard. Murphy can also be heard on "Lost in a dream" and "This time we mean it" at this latest album a single "Out Of Control" (with the b-side the song "Running Blind", only released on 45-single). After "This time we mean it" leaves Michael Murphy REO Speedwagon and is he to find years later at Billy Vera & The Beaters. For the album "REO" back and Kevin Cronin returns, however, this basically means the breakthrough of the band in the United States.

Good luck[Edit]Edit

The single "Ridin' the storm out" is a hit and the success Gets a sequel with the live album "You get what You play for," and "You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish".This latest album lets get a personnel change: bassist Gregg Philbin is replaced by Bruce Hall (ex-One Eyed Jacks. Bruce Hall and Gary Richrath made together also part of the band "Feather Train" in 1970 of that year). With this occupation: Neal Doughty, Gary Richrath, Kevin Cronin, Bruce Hall and Alan Gratzer get REO Speedwagon the composition with which they will achieve its greatest successes. And with the album "Nine Lives" to give full throttle direction including Netherlands Europe.

Greatest successes[Edit]Edit

Those successes are introduced by the album "Hi infidelity", that album has sold in the United States on the 10 million copies. Hi infidelity is the best selling rock LP of 1981, it has been 15 weeks at # 1 in billboard. It also supplies four hits on "Keep on loving you", "Take it on the run", "Don't let him go" and "In your letter". The big hit from that album, the song "Keep on loving you", which is the highest place in the American billboards. With this album also get REO Speedwagon fame in Europe (and especially with the single). "Keep on loving you" reached the 7th place in the UK charts. In Netherlands the band will only score two hits: "Keep on loving you" and "Don't let him go". Album listing in Netherlands, "Hi infidelity" # 11 (24 weeks).

The band gets into a creative impasse and is under pressure to make a successor for the hugely successful "Hi infidelity". In 1982 comes "Good trouble", a plate that has been disappointing and a heavy delivery. After this album the band decided to take a year off. Alan Gratzer partners with Queen guitarist Brian May Star Fleet Project in 1983, an ep released by Brian May & Friends. Including also a guitarist Eddie van Halen ( Van Halen's). In 1984 a new REO Speedwagon album: "Wheels are turnin'".From that album the band scores her second number one hit in the United States: the ballad "Can't fight this feeling", in early 1985 (with among other things also successes in England and Germany). On 13 July 1985 play REO Speedwagon at the festival of Bob Geldof (Live Aid). REO Speedwagon is now definitely an established name and plays in sold-out stadiums. And with the album "Life as we know it" REO Speedwagon still know the size to gain American audience.

Changing occupation[Edit]Edit

In 1988 Alan Gratzer REO Speedwagon drummer suddenly leaves to focus on the domestic life. He opened a restaurant (Mona Lisa) in Santa Barbara. His replacement is the Santana drummer Graham Lear. Gary Richrath was asked to Kevin about disagreements with Cronin regarding musical direction to leave, he is replaced by Miles Joseph (ex-Player). Gary Richrath was a rocker in hard and kidneys and that they missed in Miles Joseph, the rest of the band members knew that it would be almost an impossible task to replace Gary Richrath. With multi-instrumentalist Dave Amato (ex-Ted Nugent) they have finally found a good replacement. Met Kevin Cronin Jesse Harms (ex-Sammy Hagar) and is brought in as a second keyboardist. Graham Lear is replaced by Bryan Hitt (formerly of Wang Chung). In 1990 they bring "The earth, a small man, his dog and a chicken" out. REO Speedwagon to surprise once again positive, know this is on his time nice and heavy.

New occupation[Edit]Edit

In 1991, REO Speedwagon again a quintet and bring them the collector "The second decade of rock 'n' roll 1981 to 1991" on the market, this cd including a reggae version of "Keep on loving you" (Gary Richraths last live performance). We still hear something by the end of 1992 by ex-guitarist Gary Richrath that presents a new band under his own name. His album is, "Only the strong survive" (GNP Crescendo Records). Then the quiet around the band: it was only in 1996 brings them a new album again: "building the bridge". It turns out until april 2007 the final studio album by the band. There is still a compilation (The ballads) with two new songs and three live albums (one of which together with the band Styx). The band still touring through the United States, but now seems especially on old glory to it.

In april 2007, after 11 years a new album, entitled "Find your own way home", on the market. In America are a bonus-cd (with ' live ' in the studio recordings of the complete ' Hi-infidelity "in 2007) and a bonus-dvd (with unplugged clips and interviews) to this cd added. During the subsequent tour, the band played after long time again on European stages. In 2009 brings one along with Styx the cd-Single "Can't Stop Rockin'" from, this is get on REO Speed wagon website. At the end of 2009 there will be a Christmas album titled "Not so silent night ... christmas with REO Speedwagon".

Reissues[Edit]Edit

Sony (US), the first album (1971) never released on cd. Sony (UK) brings this for the first time on cd in 1993 as a collector's Choice, with the result that this fast is sold out. The British company BGO Records brings in 2007 the first album (remastered) worldwide along with REO Speedwagon's second album "REO/TWO" (1972). BGO Records also brings the Later albums "Ridin' The Storm Out" (1973), "Lost in a Dream" (1974), "This Time We Mean It" (1975) and "REO" (1976) remastered worldwide on cd. In an interview that Kevin Cronin had with www.billboard.com[1]he explained that there is a "30th anniversary deluxe edition" of the album"Hi Infidelity" is going to come out in 2011. In October 2011, the first ten albums re-released in mini lp form. The release was an initiative of the Japanese Sony. The CDs have been remastered, also "You get what You play for", which contains the full live album, including "Gary's guitar solo" and "Little Queenie".

Trivia[Edit]Edit

  • Both "Keep on loving you" and "Don't let him go" had the same b-side, "Follow my heart", which is also on the same album.
  • On 19 January 2001 the city of Champaign dedicated the street "Main Street" for always to "REO Speedwagon way".

Discography[Edit]Edit

Studio albums[Edit]Edit

Year Title Tag Type of carrier Details
1971 REO Speedwagon Epic Records lp/8 track/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1972 REO/TWO Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1973 Ridin' The Storm Out Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1974 Lost In A Dream Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1975 This Time We Mean It Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1976 REO Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1978 You can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1979 Nine Lives Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2011
1980 Hi Infidelity Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2009
1982 Good Trouble Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2009
1984 Wheels Are Turnin' Epic Records lp/8 track/compact cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2009
1987 Life As We Know It Epic Records lp/cassette/cd Also released in Japan, DSD remaster Cd 2009
1990 The earth, a small man, his dog and a chicken Epic Records lp/cassette/cd
1996 Building The Bridge Castle Records compact cassette/cd Cd also released in Australia by Universal 2003
2007 Find Your Own Way Home Speedwagon recordings cd European Edition with extra bonus tracks
2009 Not so silent night ... christmas with REO Speedwagon Sony Music cd Also released with bonus tracks, Sony/Legacy 2010

Live Albums[Edit]Edit

Year Title Tag Type of carrier Details
1977 You Get What You Play For Epic Records Double LP/8 track/compact cassette/cd Cd has two numbers less

Also released as double cd, DSD remaster in Japan 2011

1978 Live Again Epic Records lp Promotional album
1991 The second decade of rock 'n' roll 1981 to 1991 Epic Records compact cassette/cd Live and studio versions
2000 Arch allies, live at riverport Sanctuary Records Double cd REO Speedwagon Styx cd 1, cd 2
2001 Live Plus Sanctuary Records cd The same concert as Arch allies, this with three additional songs
2001 Extended Versions BMG cd The same concert as Arch allies, this with bonus video
2007 Hi, infidelity then again ... live Speedwagon recordings cd Only released in the u.s.
2010 Setlist: the very best of REO Speedwagon Live

Several previously unreleased tracks 1977-1990

Epic/Legacy cd
2010 Live and Limited-Bloomington, IL. Abbey Road Live Double cd Only released in the u.s., 16 december
2010 Live and Limited-Milwaukee, WI. Abbey Road Live Double cd Only released in the u.s., 18 december
2011 Live and Limited-Mount Pleasant, MI. Abbey Road Live Double cd Only released in the us, 11 February
2011 Live and Limited-Florence, IN. Abbey Road Live Double cd Only released in the u.s., 12 February
2011 Live and Limited-Biloxi, MS. Abbey Road Live Double cd Only released in the u.s., 18 March
2011 Live and Limited-Cherokee, NC. Abbey Road Live Double cd Only released in the us, 19 March
2013 Live in Germany 1982 Immortal cd only released in Netherlands
2013 Live Chicago 1979 Plastic Soho Double cd

Compilation albums[Edit]Edit

Year Title Tag Type of carrier Details
1980 A decade of rock and roll 1970 to 1980 Epic Records Double LP/8 track/compact cassette/double-cd Double cd released in Japan also, DSD remaster 2011
1985 Best foot forward, Best Of Epic Records lp/cassette/cd Only released in Europe
1988 The Hits Epic Records lp/cassette/MiniDisc/cd CD Remaster Sony Music 2002 (with two new songs)
1991 Keep on loving you, best zounds Epic/Sony cd Only released in Germany
1993 Star Box Epic/Sony cd Only released in Japan
1995 Believe in Rock 'n' Roll Sony Music compact cassette/cd Only released in the u.s.
1995 Hi Infidelity gold Sony/Legacy cd 24-carat gold disc
1998 Premium Best Epic/Sony cd Only released in Japan
1998 Only The Strong Survive Sony Music compact cassette/cd Only released in the u.s.
1999 The Ballads Epic/Legacy cd With two new songs
2000 Take it on the run, the best of Columbia/Sony cd
2000 Boston/REO Speedwagon Platinum/Sony Double cd cd 1 cd 2 Boston, REO Speedwagon
2001 Only The Strong Survive Platinum/Sony cd
2001 Time Flies, Anthology KRB/Sony cd Only released in the u.s.
2001 Simply the Best Columbia/Sony cd Only released in Germany
2002 Keep On Rollin' Music Mill/Sony cd Only released in the u.s.
2004 The Essential Sony/Legacy Double cd
2005 Rock Breakout Years: 1981 Madacy cd Released in Canada
2005 Collections Sony/BMG cd
2007 Horipro Entertainment Group H.E.G. cd Only released in the u.s.
2007 REO Speedwagon/REO/TWO BGO Records Double cd remaster
2008 Ridin' the storm out/Lost in a dream BGO Records cd remaster
2008 Greatest Hits, Steel Box Collection Sony/BMG cd
2008 Playlist: The Very Best Of Epic/Legacy cd With bonus material
2009 The Essential 3.0 Sony/Legacy 3 cd
2009 Triple feature Sony music 3 cd Only released in the u.s.
2010 This time we mean it/Rudi. BGO Records cd remaster
2011 Hi Infidelity: 30th Anniversary Edition Sony/Legacy Double cd 2011 remaster
2011 Original album classics Sony/Legacy 5 cd Only released in Europe
2011 Legends Allegro Corporation Double cd Only released in the u.s.
2014 The Box Set Series Epic/Legacy 4 cd Contains the previously unreleased studio version of

Ridin' the storm out, sung by Kevin Cronin

Singles[Edit]Edit

Year Title Chart Position Album
US Pop US Rock US A.C. UK Singles Chart
1972 Sophisticated Lady No. 122 - - - REO Speedwagon
1972 157 Riverside Avenue - - - - REO Speedwagon
1972 Gypsy woman's Passion - - - - REO Speedwagon
1973 Golden Country - - - - REO/TWO
1974 Ridin' The Storm Out - - - - Ridin' The Storm Out
1974 Open Up - - - - Ridin' The Storm Out
1975 Throw The Chains Away - - - - Lost In A Dream
1975 Out Of Control - - - - This Time We Mean It
1975 Headed For A Fall - - - - This Time We Mean It
1976 Keep Pushin' - - - - REO
1976 Flying Turkey Trot - - - - REO
1977 Ridin' The Storm Out (Live) No 94 - - - Live-You Get What You Play For
1977 Flying Turkey Trot (Live) - - - - Live-You Get What You Play For
1978 Roll With The Changes No. 58 - - - You Can Tune a Piano, But You Can't Tuna Fish
1978 Time For Me To Fly No. 56 - - - You Can Tune a Piano, But You Can't Tuna Fish
1979 Easy Money - - - - Nine Lives
1979 Only The Strong Survive - - - - Nine Lives
1980 Time For Me To Fly No. 77 - - - A Decade of Rock and Roll: 1970 to 1980
1980 Keep On Loving You No. 1 No. 9 - No. 7 Hi Infidelity
1981 Take It On The Run No. 5 No. 6 - No. 19 Hi Infidelity
1981 Don't Let Him Go No. 24 No. 11 - - Hi Infidelity
1981 In Your Letter No. 20 - No. 26 - Hi Infidelity
1981 Tough Guys - No. 25 - - Hi Infidelity
1981 Out of Season - No. 59 - - Hi Infidelity
1982 Keep The Fire Burning No. 7 No. 2 - - Good Trouble
1982 Sweet Time No. 26 - - - Good Trouble
1982 The Key - No. 34 - - Good Trouble
1982 Stillness of the Night - No. 19 - - Good Trouble
1982 Good Trouble - No. 51 - - Good Trouble
1984 I Do'Wanna Know No. 29 No. 5 - - Wheels Are Turnin'
1984 Can't Fight This Feeling No. 1 No. 5 No. 3 No. 16 Wheels Are Turnin'
1985 One Lonely Night No. 19 No. 17 No. 10 - Wheels Are Turnin'
1985 Live Every Moment No. 34 - - - Wheels Are Turnin'
1985 Wherever you're goin' (it's Alright) - - - - Best Foot Forward, Best Of
1987 That Ain't Love No. 16 No. 5 - - Life as We Know It
1987 Variety Tonight No. 60 No. 28 - - Life as We Know It
1987 In My Dreams No. 19 - No. 6 - Life as We Know It
1988 Here With Me No. 20 - No. 9 - The Hits
1988 I Don't Want To Lose You - - - - The Hits
1990 Live it Up - No. 6 - - The Earth, a Small Man, His Dog and a Chicken
1990 Love is a Rock No. 65 No. 31 - - The Earth, a Small Man, His Dog and a Chicken
1991 L.I.A.R. - - - - The Earth, a Small Man, His Dog and a Chicken
1998 Building The Bridge - - - - Building The Bridge
1999 Just For You - - - - The Ballads
2007 I Needed to Fall - - No. 25 - Find Your Own Way Home
2008 Find Your Own Way Home - - No. 23 - Find Your Own Way Home
2009 Can't Stop Rockin'(with Styx) - - No. 23 -

Soundtracks[Edit]Edit

Year Title Soundtrack Tag Type of carrier Details
1982 Keep On Loving You The Last American Virgin Columbia lp/cd/vhs/laserdisc/dvd
1985 Wherever you're goin' (it's Alright) The Goonies Epic Records lp/cd/vhs/laserdisc/dvd Title is also available at:Best Foot Forward, Best Of
1989 (Everybody's Gotta) Face The Music Sing Columbia lp/cd/vhs Kevin Cronin (solo)
2005 Can't Fight This Feeling Top Gun (Deluxe Edition) Sony cd
2006 Can't Fight This Feeling Employee Of The Month Lions Gate cd/dvd
2009 Keep On Loving You Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past Bulletproof cd/dvd On the cd different version of Keep On Loving You
2010 Time For Me To Fly Grown Ups Madison Gate cd

Video/ld/dvd[Edit]Edit

Year Title Tag Type of carrier Details
1978 FM Universal Video/laserdisc/DVD laserdisc/dvd released in the US
1981 Live Infidelity CBS Video/CED video disc/laser disc laser disc released in the u.s.
1985 Live-Wheels Are Turnin' CBS Video/laserdisc laser disc released in Japan
1991 A Video Anthology 1978-1990 Sony Video/laserdisc (promotional videos) Laser disc released in Japan
2000 Arch allies, live at riverport Sanctuary Records Video/dvd With Styx
2001 Live Plus Sanctuary Records Video/dvd-audio/dvd
2002 Real Artists Working Hollywood MusicStore Video/dvd Interviews
2005 Live Aid 1985 Woodcharm 4 dvd Live performance by REO Speedwagon
2007 XM Artists Confidential Speedwagon recordings dvd Only released in the u.s.
2008 Sound Stage, Live in the Heartland Koch Vision dvd
2010 Not so silent night (the yule log edition) Sony dvd
2011 Live in the Heartland Image Entertainment dvd/Blu-ray
2012 Out of Nowhere: Champaign Music Scene Documentary R.A.Z. Movies dvd interviews
2012/13 Live At Moondance Jam Speedwagon recordings dvd/cd/Blu-ray also released by frontiers records
2013 Live in Germany 1982 Immortal dvd only released in Netherlands

Game[Edit]Edit

Year Title Tag Type of carrier Details
2010 Find Your Own Way Home Purple Hills pc CD-ROM German

Biblio[Edit]Edit

1983 Creative Education
  • REO Speedwagon, Rock and PopStars (by Paul Peterson)

Dutch/Flemish chart positions[Edit]Edit

Single (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Top 40

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Keep On Loving You 1981 4-4-1981 13 8
Don't Let Him Go 1981 20-6-1981 15 6
Album (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Album Top 100

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Hi Infidelity 1980 11-04-1981 11 24
Single (s) with chart positions

in the Flemish Ultratop 50

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Keep On Loving You 1981 16-05-1981 14 3
Don't Let Him Go 1981 11-07-1981 22 3

Radio 2 Top 2000[Edit]Edit

Number (s) with markings

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
Keep On Loving You 383 481 440 515 412 582 718 792 960 673 835 904 936 979 989

Covers by other artists[Edit]Edit

Year Title Artist Album
1982 In Your Letter Randy and The Rainbows C'mon Let's Go
1989 Time For Me To Fly Dolly Parton White Limozeen
1999 Keep On Loving You The Donnas Drive Me Crazy: Soundtrack
2001 Can't Fight This Feeling Smokie Uncovered, The Very Best Of
2002 Can't Fight This Feeling Jimmy Gonzalez Si Me Faltas Tu
2003 Take It On The Run Kimberlee Nash Dreaming Out Loud
2004 Take It On The Run Me First and the Gimme Gimmes Ruin Jonny's Bar Mitzvah
2004 Can't Fight This Feeling Joseph Williams (Toto) Two of Us
2005 Ridin' The Storm Out Killers by Trade Ancient Rider
2006 Take It On The Run The Dust Bowl Cavaliers Volume One: Sweet Tomorrow
2006 Keep Pushin' Kristin Glasgow Danger's 's Callin'
2006 Roll With The Changes Lantana Unbridled
2007 Ridin' The Storm Out Station 313 Escape The Madness
2008 Time For Me To Fly Timo Räisänen ...And There Was Timo
2009 Can't Fight This Feeling Finn Hudson Glee: The Music, Volume 1

Band occupation: 1967-present[Edit]Edit

1967-1968
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums, vocals
  • Joe Matt-guitar, vocals
  • Mike Blair-bass, vocals
1968-1969
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
  • Terry Luttrell-vocals
  • Bob Crownover-guitar
  • Joe McCabe-saxophone
  • Marty Shepard-trumpet
1969
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
  • Terry Luttrell-vocals
  • Bill Fiorio-guitar
1969-1970
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
  • Terry Luttrell-vocals
  • Steve Scorfina-lead guitar
1970-1972
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gary Richrath-guitar
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
  • Terry Luttrell-vocals
1972-1973
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gary Richrath-guitar
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar
1973-1976
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gary Richrath-guitar
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
  • Michael Murphy-vocals, guitar
1976-1977
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
  • Gary Richrath-guitar
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar
  • Gregg Philbin-bass
1977-1988
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Gary Richrath-guitar
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Bruce Hall-bass
  • Alan Gratzer-drums
1988-1989
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Bruce Hall-bass
  • Graham Lear-drums
  • Gary Richrath-guitar
1989
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Bruce Hall-bass
  • Graham Lear-drums
  • Miles Joseph-guitar
  • Carla Day-backing vocals
  • Melanie Jackson-backing vocals
1989-1990
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Bruce Hall-bass
  • Dave Amato-guitar
  • Jesse Harms-keyboards
  • Graham Lear-drums
1990-1991
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Bruce Hall-bass
  • Dave Amato-guitar
  • Bryan Hitt-drums
  • Jesse Harms-keyboards
1991-present
  • Neal Doughty-keyboards
  • Kevin Cronin-lead vocals, guitar, piano
  • Bruce Hall-bass
  • Dave Amato-guitar
  • Bryan Hitt-drums

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