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The Broughtons

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Formed in Warwick, England in 1968, the Edgar Broughton Band was a psychedelic rock band founded by singer and guitarist Edgar Broughton (born October 24, 1947, in Warwick), his drummer brother Steve Broughton (May 20, 1950), and bassist Arthur Grant, the group originally played blues music under the name the Edgar Broughton Blues Band. When psychedelic rock took over the underground scene in England, they changed their musical direction and renamed themselves the Edgar Broughton Band. Over the years, the group would have a revolving line-up although the Broughton Brothers and Arthur Grant would be the only constant members. Moving to London, the group began to build a loyal following. They signed to a new EMI offshoot label by the name of Harvest Records and released their debut single, “Evil”, in 1969, which was followed by their debut album, Wasa Wasa. Their second album, Sing Brother Sing, was released in 1970 and reached Number 18 on the UK Albums chart. Their next album, The Edgar Broughton Band (1971), was another success, reaching Number 28. However, the group’s subsequent albums – In Side Out (1972), Oora (1973), and Bandages (1976) – didn’t fare as well in the charts and the band ended broke up in 1976. Two years later, they returned under the band name the Broughtons and released the albums Parlez-Vous English? (1979) and Superchip (1982) before splitting again. The Edgar Broughton Band returned in in 1989 for a mini tour but split again. In 2006, they returned to live performances again but finally called it quits for good in 2010. Steve Broughton died on May 29, 2022.

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