Biography

Savoy Brown was formed by guitarist Kim Simmonds in 1965 in London, England. Simmonds has been the group’s guiding hand from the first singles released in 1966 through the band’s newest effort, their fortieth album, to be released in 2019.

Energetic blues has been the calling card of the band from the beginning. “Blues rock” became the catch-all phrase in the late 1960s to describe the band’s music along with that of contemporaries such as Cream, Fleetwood Mac and Jimi Hendrix. In fact, in the 2013 drama film “Jimi Hendrix: All Is By My Side”, a Savoy Brown song co-written by Simmonds was included in the sound track.

 

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Nice to have lots of time this afternoon at the Hirsch club in Nuremberg.
I can relax and get ready for soundcheck.
A very professional venue.
I’m feeling up and down during the tour so far.
The time change, food and climate takes time to adjust.

“Solitude”
Took a walk in Nuremberg.
Tonight it won’t be this calm. https://t.co/QcTaUW4zK5
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Last night (Berlin) the response was excellent...never to be taken for granted...and venue staff and management were wonderful.
That’s 3 gigs down. Throat and voice seem in good shape this morning.
#TourDiary #MusicianOnTour #GigWarrior

Mrs S makes life comfortable for me like this.
Last night (in a good hotel) it felt like I was sleeping on an army cot!
#TourDiary #GigWarrior #KeepingItReal #Berlin https://t.co/boZeZKexBw
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I’m much more comfortable on a rosewood neck.
Nice to be back to that with this Heritage “vintage” guitar.
#TourDiary https://t.co/skX2mS6SGC
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Hamburg was the best I’ve played for awhile.
I switched up my gtr sound.
Then you say to yourself “why did it take me so long”?
It’s because a guitar sound is an evolving thing and as your emotions change so does the sound.
It’s never static.
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