In 1979, after leaving the Alice Cooper tours, Prakash John returned to Toronto and founded an R&B band in tribute to the Toronto bands of his youth. He recruited some of the best musicians available, some from previous tours, particularly the Lou Reed Sally Can't Dance album and tour. The band has released two albums, Take One on Attic Records and the independently released Funky Funky Funky, originally commissioned by the CBC.
With various personnel changes, the Lincolns continue to play around Canada.
- "Live at the Astrolabe," CBC, August 1987
- The Lincolns official website
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