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Roxy Music | #RoxyMusic |
[1971-2014], London, Greater London, United Kingdom |
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Biography

Roxy Music were an English art rock group formed in 1971 by Bryan Ferry, who became the group’s lead vocalist and chief songwriter, and bassist Graham Simpson.

Alongside Ferry, the other longtime members were Phil Manzanera (guitar), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe) and Paul Thompson (drums and percussion), and other former members include Brian Eno (synthesiser and “treatments”), Eddie Jobson (synthesiser and violin), and John Gustafson (bass). Although the band took a break from group activities in 1976 and again in 1983, they reunited for a concert tour in 2001, and toured together intermittently between that time and their break-up in 2014. Ferry frequently enlisted members of Roxy Music as session musicians for his solo releases.

Roxy Music attained popular and critical success in Europe and Australia during the 1970s and early 1980s, beginning with their debut album, Roxy Music (1972). The band was highly influential as leading proponents of the more experimental, musically sophisticated element of glam, as well as a significant influence on early English punk music. They also provided a model for many new wave acts and the experimental electronic groups of the early 1980s.

Roxy Music is distinguished by their visual and musical sophistication and their preoccupation with style and glamour. Ferry and co-founding member Eno have also had influential solo careers, the latter becoming one of the most significant record producers and collaborators of the late 20th century.

Roxy Music’s last studio album was 1982’s Avalon. In 2005 they began recording a new studio album, which would have been their ninth, and would have been their first record since 1973 with Brian Eno, who wrote two songs for it and also played keyboards. However, Bryan Ferry eventually confirmed that material from these sessions would be released as a Ferry’s solo album, with Eno playing on “a couple of tracks,” and that he doesn’t think they’ll ever record as Roxy Music again. The album ultimately became Ferry’s 2010 album Olympia.

Roxy Music played a series of 40th anniversary shows in 2011, but has since become inactive as a performing entity.
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21 – Roxy Music – The Main Thing – 1982
19 – Roxy Music – Avalon – 1982
18 – Roxy Music – More Than This – 1982
17 – Roxy Music – Jealous Guy – 1981
15 – Roxy Music – The Same Old Scene – 1980
12 – Roxy Music – Angel Eyes – 1979
11 – Roxy Music – Dance Away – 1979
10 – Roxy Music – Trash – 1979
8 – Roxy Music – Both Ends Burning – 1975
7 – Roxy Music – Love Is the Drug – 1975
3 – Roxy Music – Do the Strand – 1973
1 – Roxy Music – Virginia Plain – 1972

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