Colin Burgess (musician)

Colin Burgess (musician)

Colin John Burgess (born 16 November 1946) is an Australian musician who was a drummer in the rock group The Masters Apprentices from 1968 to 1972 and was the original drummer for hard rockers AC/DC (November 1973–February 1974). The Masters Apprentices had top 20 singles chart success with "5:10 Man", "Think about Tomorrow Today", "Turn Up Your Radio" and "Because I Love You". In 1998 The Masters Apprentices, with Burgess, were inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame. He has performed in various bands with his brother, Denny Burgess, on bass guitar and vocals, including His Majesty.

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... ColinBurgess was born on 16 November 1946 and grew up with his brother Denny ... In 1967 Burgessand Denny formed psychedelic group Honeybunch with Travers and Bill Verbaan on bass guitar (ex-Morloch) ... In Sydney, the Burgessbrothers met Keays when The Haze supported The Masters Apprentices at a gig in suburban Ashfield ...

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