Brian Auger & The Trinity

Brian Auger & The Trinity were an English jazz-rock/soul band that released three albums on Marmalade between 1967 and 1969 — two with singer Julie Driscoll — followed by a fourth on RCA Victor in 1970. They scored a 1968 UK Top 5 hit with the Bob Dylan cover “This Wheel’s On Fire.” Auger, a specialist in Hammond organ, subsequently led Oblivion Express through a string of albums in the 1970s.

Members: Julie Driscoll (vocals, guitar), Brian Auger (keyboards, piano, vocals), Gary Boyle (guitar), Dave Ambrose (guitar, bass, vocals), Clive Thacker (drums, percussion)

Trinity sprung from Steampacket, a London blues band composed of Auger, Julie Driscoll, and singers Long John Baldry, and Rod Stewart.


  • Open (1967 • Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity)
  • Definitely What!… (1968)
  • Streetnoise (1969 • Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & the Trinity)
  • Befour (1970)


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