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Published on Jan 20, 2011
Classic Hard Rock band from the U.K. perfoming live the 1st song from their debut (and self-titled) album on the TV show All Right Now (remember a song from Free?)
The show was hosted by Phil Lynott (Skid Row, Thin Lizzy, Grand Slam, The Rockers and solo artist) and also featured RockPile. On the end of the show Phil played the classic Thin Lizzy song Rosalie with the boys in the band.
Wild Horses are:
Jimmy Bain - Bass, lead and background vocals Brian "Robo" Robertson - Guitar, lead and background vocals Niel Carter - Guitar, Keyboards, background vocals Clive Edwards - Drums
Jimmy Bain comes from Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, band which he recorded Rainbow Raising (1976) and Rainbow On Stage (1978). After Wild Horses, he would re-group with his long time friend Ronnie Jamed Dio (R.I.P.) on the band DIO.
Brian Robertson started playing with Thin Lizzy on the record NightLife (1974) and stayed on the band until Live And Dangerous (1978). After Wild Horses, was on Motörhead for the album Another Perfect Day 1983 and then with the scotch singer Frankie Miller.
Niel Carter left Wild Horses to enter UFO in 1981 (The Wild, The Willing and The Innocent). After the record Making Contact he started playing with Gary Moore and stayed with Gary until 1989 (After the War).
Clive Edwards played the drums for various rock artists including UFO, Pat Travers, Uli Roth Eletric Sun and Bernie Marden S.O.S. to name a few.
The Band Wild Horses released the record called "The First Album" in 1980 (it was recorded in 1979).
For the second release "Stand Your Ground", 1981, John Lockton (Victory) replaced Carter. Then Brian Robertson left the band and was replaced for Laurence Archer (Grand Slam, Stamped and UFO).
By the final days of the band Frank Noon (Def Leppard, Pete Ways's Waysted) was playing the drums on the band...