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United States

Years: 1975 - 1976
Styles: Blues Rock


Carmine Appice - Drums, Vocals (in band: 1975 - 1976)
Mike Bloomfield - Guitar (in band: 1975 - 1976)
Barry Goldberg - Clavinet, Electric piano, Keyboards, Moog synthesizer, Piano, Vocals (in band: 1975 - 1976)
Ric Grech - Bass Guitar (in band: 1975 - 1976)
Ray Kennedy - Vocals (in band: 1975 - 1976)


Gregg William Sutton - Bass Guitar (in band: 1976)
Ben Schultz - Acoustic guitar , Banjo, Guitar (in band: 1976)

Biography Picture    KGB were the supergroup of the supergroups, a mid seventies collective featuring of the most impeccable musicians in the UK and USA.

    Consisting of Ric Grech on bass, Mike Bloomfield (ex-Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Electric Flag) on guitar, Carmine Appice (ex-Vanilla Fudge, Cactus and Beck, Bogert & Appice) on drums, Barry Goldberg on keyboards, and Ray Kennedy (co-writer of “Sail On, Sailor”) on vocals, the group released its homonymous debut that year. Grech and Bloomfield immediately quit after its release, stating they never had faith in the project. The album was not critically well received.

   The group recorded another LP, "Motion", with replacement musicians before disbanding.


KGB (1976)
Motion (1976)

Singles & EPs

Magic in Your Touch / Midnight Traveler (1976)

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