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Ardolino joined the band in 1974 after years as a fan - Source: Rolling Stone Tom Ardolino, a longtime drummer of NRBQ, died on January 6 at the age of 56.
Quick quips: Vince Neil, Motley Crue, Guns N' Roses, Etta James, NRBQ, George Michael, MC5, Stooges - Source: Music-News.com Vince Neil told the Las Vegas Sun's Robin Leach that he may be leaving Motley Crue in February after their run in Las Vegas.
Alphanumeric: Me and the Boys - Source: Star Maker Machine On one of their good nights there wasn't a better bar band in the world than NRBQ ( New Rhythm and Blues Quartet) .
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NRBQ (the New Rhythm and Blues Quartet) are a rock/power pop band which formed in 1967 in Miami, Florida, United States. Since their formation, The Q have gained a large cult following despite limited commercial success. They are well known for being a very versatile group; their style on a single album can range from jazz to blues to country to pop. Fans know and love them for their wacky quirkiness and unpredictability in concert. NRBQ’s 1994-2004 incarnation comprised of members Terry Adams (vocals, keyboards), Joey Spampinato (Bass), Tom Ardolino (drums), and Johnny Spampinato (Guitar). Past members include Al Anderson (1972-1994; Guitar), Tom Staley (1967-1974; drums), Steve Ferguson (1967-1971; Guitar), and Frank Gadler (1967-1972; Vocals, Cowbell). The band’s most stable incarnation lasted from 1974 to 1994 and consisted of Terry Adams, Joey Spampinato, Tom Ardolino and Al Anderson. The band has kept a small, but extremely devoted cult following in its 40 year career. Many well known celebrities are fans of the group, such as George A. Romero, Mike Scully, Matt Groening, Elvis Costello, John Sebastian, Bob Dylan, Bonnie Raitt, Penn and Teller and various staff members of the review website Allmusic. The band’s only chart hit was 1977’s “Get that Gasoline Blues” (which only hit #70 on the American pop charts) and the band would only briefly flirt with success throughout their career (such as the band’s several guest performances on the extremely popular Animated sitcom The Simpsons during the show’s 10th Learn more about Nrbq