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Jo Jo Gunne

Jo Jo Gunne

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Jo Jo Gunne and Savoy Brown in Concert

Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, 1972

MAYBE THE auditorium's marquee had the right idea by posting "Rock Concert" for all the world to see while supplying absolutely no details whatsoever – ...

Jo Jo Gunne: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by John Mendelssohn, Los Angeles Times, 12 February 1972

SEEING HOW it packed the Whisky to overflowing in its opening Thursday, only a fool could doubt that Jo Jo Gunne will soon he enjoying ...

John Mendelsohn's Hollywood: Tales of Black Oak and Milk

Column by John Mendelssohn, Disc and Music Echo, 18 March 1972

PLEASE ALLOW me to introduce myself: ...

The Spirit of Jo Jo Gunne

Profile and Interview by Andrew Tyler, Disc, 27 May 1972

SOME say the stench given off by their first album is just too rank to bear. Others are moved to disagree. Strong stuff, it is ...

Jo Jo Gunne: The Tour Goes On And On

Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Rock, 23 October 1972

JAY FERGUSON stood in the lobby of the auditorium where Jo Jo Gunne were playing, beneath a huge neon-lit marquee that read "Hockey Game Tues ...

Allman Brothers, Edgar Winter Group, Mahavishnu Orchestra et al : Rock & Roll Nine, Hollywood FLA

Live Review by Jim Esposito, Rock, 26 February 1973

ALMOST EVERYTHING about Rock & Roll Nine was good in some ways and bad in others. Celebrated on an isolated raceway in the swampy boondocks ...

The Faces: Jo Jo Gunne: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale NY

Live Review by Dan Nooger, The Village Voice, 17 May 1973


Jo Jo Gunne: Go For The Gunne

Interview by Loraine Alterman, Melody Maker, 1 September 1973

THE FIRST word out about Jo Jo Gunne raved about their looks – "gorgeous" said those into masculine beauty. An emphasis on appearance always makes ...

Kiss, Jo Jo Gunne: Beacon Theater, New York NY

Live Review by Toby Goldstein, Billboard, 12 April 1975

AS KISS thundered onstage March 21, for the first of two shows, it was clearly a case of "hail the conquering heroes." The sold-out crowd ...

see also Spirit


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