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About Kim Mitchell

Canadian Kim Mitchell found success at home as part of the group Max Webster. When the band broke up in 1981, Mitchell went solo, releasing his eponymous debut the following year. His biggest hit would come with his next release Akimbo Alogo (1984), which spawned the hit "Go for Soda." Four more guitar-driven, blues-inspired rock albums followed the double platinum Akimbo Alogo, but despite his great success in Canada, Mitchell continues to be virtually unknown to the rest of the world.

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Listen toKim Mitchellon Rhapsody

Canadian Kim Mitchell found success at home as part of the group Max Webster. When the band broke up in 1981, Mitchell went solo, releasing his eponymous debut the following year. His biggest hit would come with his next release Akimbo Alogo (1984), which spawned the hit "Go for Soda." Four more guitar-driven, blues-inspired rock albums followed the double platinum Akimbo Alogo, but despite his great success in Canada, Mitchell continues to be virtually unknown to the rest of the world.

About Kim Mitchell

Canadian Kim Mitchell found success at home as part of the group Max Webster. When the band broke up in 1981, Mitchell went solo, releasing his eponymous debut the following year. His biggest hit would come with his next release Akimbo Alogo (1984), which spawned the hit "Go for Soda." Four more guitar-driven, blues-inspired rock albums followed the double platinum Akimbo Alogo, but despite his great success in Canada, Mitchell continues to be virtually unknown to the rest of the world.

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About Kim Mitchell

Canadian Kim Mitchell found success at home as part of the group Max Webster. When the band broke up in 1981, Mitchell went solo, releasing his eponymous debut the following year. His biggest hit would come with his next release Akimbo Alogo (1984), which spawned the hit "Go for Soda." Four more guitar-driven, blues-inspired rock albums followed the double platinum Akimbo Alogo, but despite his great success in Canada, Mitchell continues to be virtually unknown to the rest of the world.

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