Brian Auger and the Trinity was a British musical ensemble led by the keyboardist Brian Auger. His duet with Julie Driscoll, the Bob Dylan-penned "This Wheel's On Fire", was a #5 hit on the 1968 UK Singles Chart.
Their joint album, Open, billed as Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity, reached #12 in the UK Albums Chart the same year.
The group and Driscoll opened for Led Zeppelin at the Rose Palace in Pasadena, California on May 2 and 3, 1969.
- Brian Auger (piano, electric organ, electric piano, backing vocals)
- Phil Kinorra (drums)
- Rick Laird (string bass)
- Micky Waller (drums)
- Ricky Brown (aka Ricky Fenson) (bass)
- Vic Briggs (guitar)
- Gary Boyle (lead guitar, lead vocals, backing vocals)
- Dave Ambrose (bass, backing vocals) - (born David Ambrose, 11 December 1945, Highgate, North London)
- Clive Thacker (drums) - (born 13 February 1940, Enfield, Middlesex)
- Roger Sutton (bass) - (born Roger J. Sutton)