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About Savoy Brown

One of the few bands from the '60s still doing today what they did when they began. An English rhythm and blues band that debuted in '67, Savoy Brown always found more of an audience with the American crowd, who rarely turn down Boogie Rock of any kind. Their swampy blues style peaked in the early '70s, but they've continued their exploration of Electric Blues by releasing a record at least every other year. It's also notable that lead singer Chris Youlden enjoyed wearing a monocle and a bowler hat.

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Listen toSavoy Brownon Rhapsody

One of the few bands from the '60s still doing today what they did when they began. An English rhythm and blues band that debuted in '67, Savoy Brown always found more of an audience with the American crowd, who rarely turn down Boogie Rock of any kind. Their swampy blues style peaked in the early '70s, but they've continued their exploration of Electric Blues by releasing a record at least every other year. It's also notable that lead singer Chris Youlden enjoyed wearing a monocle and a bowler hat.

About Savoy Brown

One of the few bands from the '60s still doing today what they did when they began. An English rhythm and blues band that debuted in '67, Savoy Brown always found more of an audience with the American crowd, who rarely turn down Boogie Rock of any kind. Their swampy blues style peaked in the early '70s, but they've continued their exploration of Electric Blues by releasing a record at least every other year. It's also notable that lead singer Chris Youlden enjoyed wearing a monocle and a bowler hat.

About Savoy Brown

One of the few bands from the '60s still doing today what they did when they began. An English rhythm and blues band that debuted in '67, Savoy Brown always found more of an audience with the American crowd, who rarely turn down Boogie Rock of any kind. Their swampy blues style peaked in the early '70s, but they've continued their exploration of Electric Blues by releasing a record at least every other year. It's also notable that lead singer Chris Youlden enjoyed wearing a monocle and a bowler hat.