Bonniwell

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The Music Machine - History
... In addition to Bonniwell, the original line-up consisted of Ron Edgar (drums), Mark Landon (guitar), Keith Olsen (bass), and Doug Rhodes (organ) ... of the twelve tracks were originals, written by Bonniwell ... Bonniwell blamed the weak showing of this single on a supposed feud between the band's manager and a top record executive ...
Sean Bonniwell - Life and Career
... Bonniwell was born in San Jose, California ... During his teens, Bonniwell was inspired to form a high school vocal group after hearing the song "Only You" by The Platters ... After high school, Bonniwell's first serious musical incarnation was that of clean-cut pop-folk guitarist for the quartet The Wayfarers ...
Doug Rhodes
... of the five members, including Rhodes, quit the group, leaving only singer/songwriter Sean Bonniwell ... there was conflict over money and Bonniwell's attitude toward the other members ... Bonniwell continued to use the band name and released a second album mostly of older recordings on which Rhodes had performed ...
The Larksmen
... for their recent collaboration in 2006 with Sean Bonniwell of The Music Machine, best known for their 1966 hit record "Talk, Talk" ... This resulted in Bonniwell making public performances with The Larksmen in venues such as the Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood, California as well as. 19, 2006 the group released their self-titled album on Skylarks Records which features Sean Bonniwell guest appearing on two tracks ...