Ten Years After
Birth Place: Nottingham, England
Years Active: 1967-1974, 1983, 1988-present
Genres: Blues-rock, British Blues, Rock And Roll, Hard Rock, Jazz Rock
Ten Years After is an English blues-rock band that hit the height of their success in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The band is most well-known for their hit singles, “I'm Going Home,” “Hear Me Calling,” “I'd Love to Change the World” and “Love Like a Man.” The beginnings of Ten Years After can be traced to another band, The Jaybirds, which was formed by Ivan Jay on vocals and Ric Leeon on drums, Leo Lyons on bass, and Alvin Lee who eventually took over vocals from Jay. The Jaybirds moved to London in 1966 with Chick Churchill joining the band. The band played a number of clubs in and around London before being signed to Chrysalis Management and changing their name to Ten ...
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