Juicy Lucy

Juicy Lucy is a blues-rock band officially formed on 1 October 1969. After the demise of The Misunderstood, vocalist Ray Owen, steel guitarist Glenn Ross Campbell, and saxophone player Chris Mercer formed Juicy Lucy. The group later recruited guitarist Neil Hubbard, bassist Keith Ellis, and drummer Pete Dobson.

The band name was inspired by the character in The Virgin Soldiers (1966) by Leslie Thomas.

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Juicy Lucy (band) - Career
... In August 1971, Juicy Lucy appeared on the bill at the Weeley Festival near Clacton-on-Sea, Essex ... and commercially, with co-founders Campbell and Mercer, plus Coombes exiting prior to the fourth Juicy Lucy album, 1972's Pieces ... Juicy Lucy disbanded shortly thereafter ...
Jucy Lucy
... A Jucy Lucy (sic) or Juicy Lucy is a cheeseburger that has the cheese inside the meat patty rather than on top ... They differ in how they spell it the former omits the letter "I" in "Juicy", while the latter uses the standard spelling ... you're at the wrong place." Reinterpretations of the Lucy at other area restaurants are encouraged, rather than quashed ...
Snafu (band) - History
... Featured on this album was Micky Moody, then lead guitarist with the ailing Juicy Lucy ... between the two was so successful, that after the demise of Juicy Lucy they decided to form a completely new group and play American-inspired funk and R B-flavoured rock ... After that, Bobby would occasionally gig with Juicy Lucy where he became friends with guitarist Micky Moody ...
Juicy Lucy - Album Discography
1969 - Juicy Lucy (Vertigo) 1970 - Lie Back and Enjoy It (Vertigo) 1971 - Get a Whiff a This (Island) 1972 - Pieces (Polydor) 1990 - Who Do You Love - The Best of ...

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