Southern Sons was an Australian band, of the early 1990's originally billed as The State, and fronted by lead vocalist and guitarist Irwin Thomas, who was then billed as "Jack Jones", who moved to the Victorian town of Traralgon from the United States in his secondary school years, at which time he went by the name of Jack Goode. They are best known for their hits "Heart in Danger", "Hold Me in Your Arms", and "You Were There".
Southern Sons was created as a direct result of songwriter and guitarist Phil Buckle's collaboration on six of the twelve songs on John Farnham's Chain Reaction album in 1990. Buckle's group The State was signed to manager Glenn Wheatley's label Wheatley Brothers Records, and had released one album, Elementary.
Hearing Farnham's treatment of his songs, Phil Buckle wanted to replace himself as lead vocalist and recruited John Farnham soundalike singer and guitaristЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Southern Sons [1990, альбом]
- Nothing but the Truth [1992, альбом]
- Zone [1996, альбом]
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