Bonaroo (band)

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Bonaroo
Origin United States
Genres Pop rock
Years active 1974 (1974)–1975 (1975)
Labels Wounded Bird
Past members

Bonaroo was an American pop rock band which ran 1974-1975 featuring Bobby Winkelman, guitar, vocal and songwriter; Bill Cuomo, keyboards, vocal; Michael Hossack, drums; Robert Lichtig, bass, vocal; and Jerry Weems, guitar, vocal. They took part in the Warner Brothers band tour and issued four singles and one album Bonaroo (Warner Brothers Wounded Bird Records) 1975.[1][2][3] Winkelman went on to record Bonaroo II as a solo project.

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  1. ^ William York Who's who in rock music 1982 -- Page 35 BONAROO Bill Cuomo— keyboards, vocal; Michael Hossack— drums; Robert Lichtig — bass, vocal; Jerry Weems — guitar, vocal; Bobby Winkelman— guitar, vocal. Album: Bonaroo (WBR) 1975.
  2. ^ Stereo Review 1975 -- Volume 34 - Page 72 "Bonaroo's sound is straight-ahead Top-Forty pop with no pretensions but with a good deal of craft to it."
  3. ^ Dafydd Rees, Luke Crampton Rock Stars Encyclopedia - 1999 - - Page 599 "The other bands on tour, the Doobie Brothers, Tower Of Power, Bonaroo, Montrose and Graham Central Station, are critically ..."