Gary Farr

Gary Farr (Oct. 19, 1944 — July 29, 1994) was an English singer/songwriter who first emerged in the mid-1960s R&B/beat combo The T-Bones, which also included the nucleus of The Nice. In 1969, he released the album Take Something With You on Marmalade, followed by Strange Fruit on CBS in 1970. His final solo album, Addressed to the Censors of Love, appeared on Atco in 1973. He briefly reemerged as the frontman of L.A.-based hard-rockers Lion, which issued the album Running All Night on A&M in 1980.


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