Years: 1960s - present
Styles: Blues Rock, Classic Rock, Hard Rock
Geoff Whitehorn - Guitar, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Vocals
Gerry Morris - Backing vocals, Bass Guitar (in band: 1974)
John Richardson - Drums (in band: 1974)
Peter Arnesen - Keyboards (in band: 1974)
In August 1973, Whitehorn joined the pioneering British jazz-rock band, If, in what was their third and final line-up, appearing on their last two albums, "Not Just Another Bunch of Pretty Faces" (1974) and "Tea Break Over, Back On Your 'Eads" (1975). During that period, he recorded his first solo album, "Whitehorn" (1974, Stateside), featuring fellow If members Dick Morrissey and Cliff Davies.
In 1991, he joined the group Procol Harum, and is now their longest serving guitarist, having played on all of their recent recordings, such as "The Long Goodbye, One More Time" - Live in Utrecht 1992 and "The Well's on Fire" as well as on Procol Harum's live DVDs in Denmark and at Union Chapel, and one recorded with an orchestra in 2006 at Ledreborg Castle, again in Denmark.
Whitehorn has also contributed to the recordings and performances of other artists, such as Bad Company, Jethro Tull, Kevin Ayers, Elkie Brooks, The Who, Roger Waters, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Paul McCartney, Billy Ocean and Paul Rodgers. In 2007, he worked with Elkie Brooks on her UK tour.
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