Ligertwood at the World Classic Rockers Concert, 23 June 2007 Camarillo, California
10 December 1946 |
Glasgow, Scotland United Kingdom
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, drums|
Alexander John "Alex" Ligertwood is a Scottish singer, guitarist and drummer. he is best known as the lead vocalist of Santana on hits such as "All I Ever Wanted", "You Know That I Love You", "Winning" and "Hold On". He has also performed with The Jeff Beck Group, The Senate, Brian Auger's Oblivion Express and the Average White Band and provided vocals for David Sancious.
Ligertwood also sang lead vocals on "Crank It Up", a track by The Dixie Dregs, on their 1982 album Industry Standard, as well as lead vocal on "Double Bad" from Jeff Lorber's 1984 album In the Heat of the Night. In the mid-2000s, he toured with World Classic Rockers, and most recently sang on a version of the Scorpions classic Is There Anybody There on former Scorpions drummer Herman Rarebell's solo album Acoustic Fever in 2013.
- "Alex Ligertwood interview". The Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. 2008. Retrieved 2013-17-13.