Chameleon (American band)
|Origin||Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
|Years active||late 1970s to early 1980s|
|Past members||Charlie Adams
Chameleon is a late 1970s/early 1980s American rock band founded by Charlie Adams. Chameleon made Billboard charts and was renowned for Adams’ two-axis revolving, upside-down drum set, which he played in live concerts and on MTV. The band toured extensively (sponsored by the Miller Brewing Co.) performing up to 260 shows a year. Band members have included Adams, drums, vocals, and percussion; Yanni, keyboards and synthesizers; Dugan McNeill, lead vocals and bass guitars; Johnny Donaldson, all guitars; Mark Anthony, lead vocals and keyboards; Peter Diggins, lead vocals and main guitars; Donny Paulson, guitars, vocals.
- Chameleon (1981)
- Techno-color (1982)
- Balance (1983)
- Hologram Sky (1984)
- Chameleon at Minnewiki (Minnesota music encyclopedia)
- Book: Yanni; Rensin, David (2002). Yanni in Words. Miramax Books, 84-94. 1-4013-5194-8.
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