The Kurmujun [Rock Covers, 4 piece]
The Kurmujun are a 4-piece Rock Band from Cambridge specialising in classic and progressive rock.We feature the music of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Rush, David Bowie, Joe Bonamassa, Pearl Jam, Muse, Cream, ELP and Jimi Hendrix as well as many other bands.The basic line up is guitar, bass, drums and vocals but this is augmented by keyboards, bass pedals and occasional additional guitar.We play a variety of venues, often pubs, but also play at clubs, festivals and the occasional private function.Phil Morgan: Lead Vocals/Guitar/keyboards.Phil spent several years in London singing (or drumming) in such prestigious venues as The Marquee and The Borderline, fronts the band on lead vocals and guitar.Mick Holloway: Drums/keyboards/Devices/.Mick is a very forceful and musical drummer and provides a great balance of tight playing when required and a looser jazzier feel when the band is able to stretch out on the more jam-based sections. Mick is also responsible for producing and playing various sound effects during the live show.Stuart Pledger: Guitar/Guitar Synth/Bass Pedals/Vocals.Stuart is on lead guitar and harmony vocals. He also plays a set of midi bass pedals and guitar synth which are used for keyboard parts.Rob Holloway : Bass/MIDI Bass PedalsRob has now joined on bass guitar, a versatile and creative bassist with over 25 years playing experience Previous Artist of the Week on Lemonrock.
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|Band name||The Kurmujun|
|Based in||Cambridge, Cambs|
Own PA, own lights.
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