|Origin||Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States|
|Associated acts||Calvin James
The James Walsh Band
James Walsh Gypsy Band
|Past members||James Calvin Johnson
James "Owl" Walsh
Gypsy was an American progressive rock band from Minnesota, formed as The Underbeats (1962–1968). Gypsy was the house band at the Whisky a Go Go, West Hollywood, California for about eight months from September 1969 to 1970 and were known in 1970 for their US Billboard Hot 100 single "Gypsy Queen Part 1 and 2". Most of Gypsy's music was composed and written by guitarist and singer Enrico Rosenbaum. Drummer Bill Lordan went on to play with Sly & the Family Stone and a long career with Robin Trower. Keyboardist James Walsh continued the band in various incarnations as The James Walsh Gypsy Band.
- "Gypsy Queen Part One" / "Dead and Gone", (Metromedia)
- "Day After Day" / "Lean on Me", (RCA)
The James Walsh Gypsy Band albums
- The James Walsh Gypsy Band (1978), RCA
- 20 Years Ago Today (1996), Metro
- Muscle Shoals 1979 (2008), Gypsy Family Productions
- Bream, Jon (September 3, 1999). "Gypsy". Star Tribune. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Star Tribune Media Company.
- Ankeny, Jason. "Biography of Gypsy". Allmusic. Retrieved February 27, 2016.
- Official Gypsy website
- MinniePaul Music page for Gypsy
- Gypsy at Whisky a Go Go history page (see: 1969)
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