Revised February 2011
Harry Barber drums
Mickey Cox guitar, vocal
John Jevons bass guitar
Keith Law guitar, vocal
Brian Urquart bass guitar
Colin Hawkins drums
Paint (later known as Jardine) 1968/69 Birmingham, were formed with members from a line-up of Robert Plant's band The Band of Joy when Robert left and later joined Led Zeppelin.
Guitarist/vocalist Keith Law was previously in a Walsall group called Love and Understanding and prior to that, had played in The Williamsons. Jardine performed original songs mixed with well known R&B and blues numbers. The group appeared at schools, colleges, and U.S. and R.A.F. bases, often as the main band, and also as support to bands at that time such as Slade.
Other local venues performed at by this band included The Eagle, The Ship and Rainbow, The Hen and Chickens, The Plazas, The Woolpack, and The George Hotel, Walsall. The group also recorded tracks for Les Reeds 'Chapter One' label. Jardine's guitarist Keith Law composed original songs that were recorded by the psychedelic Brum band Velvett Fogg in 1969.
Jardine's previously un-released 1969 album featuring contributions from The Herd's Peter Frampton and Andy Bown is now available. For more information about Jardine visit Keith Law's website at: www.keithlaw.weebly.com and the official Jardine web site at: www.myspace.com/jardine1969
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