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Firebird is a Britishmarker blues-rock power trio founded by Bill Steer in 1999. The music style, reminiscent of seventies rock bands such as Cream, is a radical departure from Steer's previous work with grindcore pioneers Napalm Death and death metal band Carcass.

History

Firebird came together in 1999 when Steer teamed up with Cathedral bassist Leo Smee and Spiritual Beggars drummer Ludwig Witt. This line-up recorded both Firebird and Deluxe. Both bassist and drummer departed due to commitments with their primary bands before a 2001 European tour that saw Steer teaming up with Blind Dog bassist Tobias Nilsson and Quill drummer George Atlagic. In 2002 Steer announced yet another line-up consisting of drummer Atlagic and Quill and Spiritual Beggars bassist Roger Nilsson. This line-up recorded 2003's No. 3. Since then many line-up changes occurred but significantly Steer reunited with Witt on 2006's Hot Wings and have remained the core of the line up ever since.

Discography



Members

Current members



Former members

  • Leo Smee – bass guitar (1999–2001)
  • Tom Broman – drums (2001)
  • Tobias Nilsson – bass guitar (2001)
  • Roger Nilsson – bass guitar (2002)
  • George Atlagic – drums (2002)
  • Alan French – drums (2002–2004)
  • Al Steer – bass guitar (2003–2006)
  • Harry Armstrong – bass guitar (2006–2007)
  • Smok Smoczkiewicz – bass guitar (2007-2009)
  • Tom Sutton - bass guitar (2009)
  • Terry Waker - bass guitar (2009)
  • Greyum May - bass guitar (2009)


References

  1. Firebird at MusicMight
  2. Firebird at BNR Metal


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