Burn (UK band)

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The Burn
Origin Loughborough, England
Genres Hard rock
Years active 1991 (1991)-present
Labels Formula One Records
Website www.burn.uk.com
Members Jeff Ogden
Marc Stackhouse
Phil Hammond
Benjy Reid
Julian Nicholas
Past members Rab Devenney
Karl Bee
Robb Morris

The Burn are a heavy rock band from Loughborough, England.


Formed in 1991, the original line-up comprised Jeff Ogden on vocals, Rab Devenney on lead guitar, Marc Stackhouse on bass guitar, Barney Stackhouse on keyboard, and Karl Bee on drums. After Bee's death following a motorcycling accident, Rob Morris, followed by Benjy Reid III two years later, took over as drummer. Their debut album, So Far So Bad made an impact, with Kerrang! magazine awarding it 5 stars. They toured the United States and Europe and, in 1995, released their second album, Spark to a Flame. The band's third album, Global Warning, was released in May 2007.[1] They supported the Scorpions at the Rock and Blues Festival in the UK in July 2007.


  • So Far, So Bad (1993)
  • Spark to a Flame (1995)
  • Global Warning (2007)


  1. ^ Rockitt, Rob. "Burn – Global Warning (Release Year – 2007)". Hard Rock Hideout. Retrieved 6 September 2012. 

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