Hybrid Ice

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Hybrid Ice
Origin Danville, Pennsylvania
Genres Rock, album-oriented rock, progressive rock, classic rock , Progressive Metal
Years active 1969–1998, 2002–present
Labels Escape Records (Re-release) Pilot (No Rules) A Street (Hybrid Ice)
Associated acts Sky-Hy, Oz, Grumpy Old Men, Stardust, Brigg
Members Galen "Rusty" Foulke
Chris Alburger
Rick Klinger
Bob Richardson
Jason Shaffer
Past members Jeff Willoughby
Keith Hutcheson
David Lee Kennedy
Kevin Collins
Bernie Garzio
John Hartman (dec.)
Kit Kelly
Webb Kline
Tom Harvey (dec.)
Scott Adams
Woody Wolfe
Rick Shaffer (dec.)

Hybrid Ice is a rock band from Danville, Pennsylvania, most notable for its song "Magdelene" released on the album Hybrid Ice in 1982, which became a radio hit at the time. "Magdelene" was later covered by Boston on its album Walk On in 1994. Hybrid Ice was the first local (Pennsylvania based) rock band to play at the Bloomsburg Fair in 1984. Hybrid Ice has toured with many notable musical acts, such as Foreigner, Kansas, Joan Jett, Bad Company, The Beach Boys, Steppenwolf, The Edgar Winter Group, Ted Nugent, and Lita Ford, as well as several others. More recently they have played with Jimi Jamison of Survivor, John Cafferty of the Beaver Brown Band, Derek St.Holmes of the Ted Nugent band and Kevin Chalfant of the Journey Experience.

Discography[edit]

Albums

  • Hybrid Ice (1982)
  • No Rules (1986)
  • Mind's Eye (2009)
  • Brigg (1973) (As "Brigg", contains three tracks by Hybrid Ice)

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