Anglicana' - Southern-style rock with an English Accent. Jo Burt is with Kathy Lynne Samuel and 2 others.
The Jo Burt experience - musician, gig guide, tour dates, online shop for CDs, downloads plus latest news and videos. Signed to DJM Records, The Dragons dutifully recorded the tracks for an album which the record company never released. In the classic, age old story - once the band had signed on the dotted line, the label tried to mould them. Naturally, it didn't work and eventually DJM gave up and dropped the band like a hot rock. Having recorded his second album 'Indestructible' (released in 2014) at Kore Studios in London under the expert guidance of iconic Producer, Chris Kimsey (Rolling Stones, Peter Frampton), Jo released his brand new album 'Spontaneous' in June 2017 with a very special launch event at The Cinema Museum in London.
Jo Burt - The Mess 05:59. Jo Burt - Angel Hurricane (feat. Andy Fairweather Low) 04:38. Jo Burt - Tourniquet (feat. Jody Linscott) 04:01. Jo Burt - Hard Times 05:07. Jo Burt - Take Me to Heaven 03:39. Jo Burt - Fix Me (feat. Jo Burt - Free 03:41. Jo Burt - Indestructible (feat. Andy Fairweather Low) 03:31. Jo Burt - Sab Kuch Milega (feat. Jody Linscott) 05:46. Seven Seeds - Jo Burt. King of Fools - Jo Burt. On Your Marks - Jo Burt, RG. Under the Radar - Jo Burt.
Jo Burt is an English songwriter, storyteller, singer and guitar player possibly best known for his incredible history working with musical legends such as Freddie Mercury, The Troggs and Black Sabbath over the past 40 years. The last few years have seen Jo making a name in his own right with his project 'The Jo Burt Experience'. Originally created as a songwriting development tool, in the last three years the band have become an outstanding live act playing festivals and venues around the UK, Europe and North America.
Indestructible is the sixth studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was produced by Brett Gurewitz (Bad Religion) and released by Hellcat Records with distribution through Warner Bros. Records on August 19, 2003. Despite critical acclaim, the band was criticized by some of its fans for Indestructible's "poppier" sound on some of its tracks
Jo Burt (born 1956) is an English rock bassist, guitar player, songwriter and vocalist. He is possibly best known for being the bassist for Black Sabbath during their 1987 tour in support of the album The Eternal Idol. He left the band after the tour ended. Jo Burt was also a founding member of Sector 27 with Tom Robinson - and a member of Virginia Wolf with Jason Bonham. Burt also appears on Freddie Mercury's solo album, Mr. Bad Guy playing fretless bass
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