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Johnny Winter (guitar & vocals) performs for "Gladsaxe Teen Club" on Danish TV in 1970 with Tommy Shannon (bass), and Uncle John Turner (drums).
Johnny Winter's original trio disbanded when his brother Edgar released a solo album "Entrance" and founded Edgar Winter's "White Trash" an R&B/jazz-rock group in 1970. Johnny formed a new band with the remnants of The McCoys—guitarist Rick Derringer, bassist Randy Jo Hobbs, and drummer Randy Zehringer. Originally to be called "Johnny Winter and The McCoys", the name was shortened to "Johnny Winter And", which was also the name of their first album. The album included Derringer's "Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo" and signaled a more rock-oriented direction for Winter. When Johnny Winter And began to tour, Randy Z was replaced with drummer Bobby Caldwell. Their mixture of the new rock songs with Winter's blues songs was captured on the live album Live Johnny Winter And. It included a new performance "It's My Own Fault", the song which first brought Winter to the attention of Columbia Records.
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