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Clive Edwards

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Clive Edwards
Born (1953-01-19) 19 January 1953 (age 61)
Hounslow, Middlesex, England
Genres Hard rock
Rock
Instruments Drums
Years active 1973 – present
Associated acts UFO
Pat Travers
Lionheart
Wild Horses
Rococo
Wirehead

Clive Edwards (born 19 January 1953, Hounslow, Middlesex, England) is a drummer, who is best known as a former member of the British band, UFO (from August 1989 to June 1993). Clive also features on the Bronz second album " Carried By The Storm "[1] released on 01/01/10.

Career

Clive Edwards is probably best known for playing with hard rock bands that have included outstanding guitarists, such as Pat Travers, Brian Robertson (Wild Horses), Uli Jon Roth (Electric Sun), Bernie Marsden, John Cale, and Laurence Archer of Medicine Head, and UFO. He is now with the off-shoot X-UFO.

There are also many other projects outside just hard rock, such as working with Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer with Zaine Griff, and also Sally Oldfield.

Clive Edwards has played on many albums, most famously the acclaimed UFO albums High Stakes & Dangerous Men, Headstone, Lights Out in Tokyo Live and the legendary Uli Roth Earthquake. Clive Edwards formed a new band in 2007 called WireHead.[2] He is also involved with the re-formed British heavy rock band Stampede who toured in the summer of 2009[3] and also the AWE Band.

Clive Edwards started playing at an early age, and formed a band with Ian Raines while they were at school together called Stallion. They made an appearance on a BBC Television show for Schools and later went on to become Rococo . A lot of this early information can be found on the Rococo web site. After the Rococo recordings, Clive has gone on to recorded and performed with UFO, X-UFO, Bronz, Wild Horses, Pat Travers, Phil Lynott, Dave Stewart, Annie Lennox, John Cale, Ollie Halsall, Micky Moody, Bernie Marsden, SOS, Chris Thompson, Lionheart, Uli Jon Roth, Electric Sun, Neil Merryweather and Grand Prix. The full list of recordings seen here can be found on Clive's own web pages.

Discography

Screaming Lord Sutch

  • Jack The Ripper (1975)

Rococo

  • Ulta Star (1973)
  • The Living Rock (1975)
  • Hoodlum Fun (1976)

Pat Travers Band

  • BBC 1 Live In Concert (1977)

Neil Merryweather

  • Differences (1978)

Filthy McNasty

  • Live - A Week at the Bridge E16 (1978)

Uli Roth Electric Sun

  • Earthquake (1979)

Wild Horses

  • The First Album (1980)
  • Stand Your Ground (1981)
  • BBC In Concert 1981

Zaine Griff

  • Tonight (1979)

John Cale

  • For Your Neighbour's Wife (Live from Eindhoven Stadium June 21, 1980)

Bernie Marsden's SOS

  • Reading Rock Volume One (1982)
  • The Friday Rock Show Sessions (1982)

Lionheart

  • Unearthed - Raiders Of The Lost Archives (comp.) (1999)

Bronz

  • Carried by the Storm 1985

Laurence Archer

  • Laurence Archer - L.A. (1986)

UFO

  • UFO - Headstone (1983)
  • High Stakes & Dangerous Men (1992)
  • Lights Out In Tokyo Live (1992)
  • Live TNT - UFO (1994)
  • Doctor Doctor (1995)
  • UFO The X-Factor: Out There & Back (1998)
  • Then and Now (2002)
  • One of Those Nights - The Anthology (2006)

WireHead

  • Losing Ground (2008)

X-UFO

X-UFOLOGY Vol. 1 The "LIVE" Files

Compilations

Videography

  • U.F.O. - The Story Of U.F.O. - Too Hot To Handle DVD

References

External links

  • [1]
  • Ginzola.com/rococo
  • Tartareandesire.com
  • Myspace.com/wireheadrock
  • Interview on Rockpages.gr 2010
  • [2]
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