Sheb Wooley Ben Colder is best remembered among pop culture scholars for his late-’50s rock & roll/comedy smash “Purple People Eater,” which sold over three million copies. Sheb Wooley is the real deal, or as close to it as one can get in current times, among country music lovers, especially listeners of cowboy ballads. He […]

The group’s original roster comprised Randy California (born Randy Craig Wolfe; guitars, vocals), Mark Andes Jay Ferguson, and others from the Red Roosters, a Los Angeles band (vocals, percussion). The new band was originally called the Spirits Rebellious (after a novel by Kahlil Gibran), but the name was soon shortened to Spirit with the addition

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