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United Kingdom

Years: 1970 - 1972
Styles: Blues Rock, Classic Rock, Country Rock


BJ Cole - Cello, Guitar, Pedal steel guitar, Resonator Guitar [Dobro], Steel guitar
John "Willie" Wilson - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Mick Grabham - Acoustic guitar , Guitar, Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Vocals
Rick Wills - Bass Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Stewart Brown - Guitar, Vocals
John Gilbert - Vocals
Steve Marriott - Piano, Vocals
Roy O'Temro - Drums

Biography Picture

    Cochise was an English country rock band that performed in the 1970s.

    This band is more significant for who they included than what they produced. Singer Stewart Brown had grown up with Reggie Dwight, later Elton John, and co-founded the band Bluesology with him.

   After the demise of CochiseMick Grabham made a solo album in 1972 and joined Procol Harum the following year. B.J. Cole also recorded a solo album in 1972, called "New Hovering Dog", before becoming an important session musician playing with Elton JohnUriah Heep and many others throughout the 1970s. Rick Wills and John "Willie" Wilson played on David Gilmour's debut solo album in 1978. Stevie Marriott was in The Small Faces and Humble Pie. He also made solo recordings.

This biography is from Wikipedia, the free collaborative encyclopedia. Used under licence and subject to disclaimers.


Cochise (1970)
Swallow Tales (1971)
So Far (1972)

Singles & EPs

Watch This Space (Jul 24, 1970)
Love's Made A Fool Of You (Nov 27, 1970)
Why I Sing The Blues (Apr 23, 1971)

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