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At the beginning of 1970, John (the keyboard player) went the same route as Alf for the self same reasons and so now the band were the 4 piece (Dan, Pete, Manny & Darrell) that would become known as Nazareth later that year. The band now thought they needed a name change, as the name,’ Shadettes’ seemed dated and kind of ‘lightweight ...

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Nazareth is a Scottish hard rock band, founded in Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Perhaps their best-known hit single was a cover of the Felice and Boudleaux Bryant penned ballad, " Love Hurts, in 1975.

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Nazareth was now back to their original 4-piece line-up. In 1984 they landed a UK record deal with Vertigo and released The Catch. A full UK tour followed, including a support slot at the Milton Keynes bowl with Status Quo. In 1985 the band’s by now ex-manager Jim White attempted to release Sound Elixir in England on his Sahara label until a ...

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Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band, founded in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Perhaps their best-known hit single was a cover of the ballad Love Hurts, in 1975. The band continues to record and tour. History

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Nazareth's Concert History. Nazareth is a Scottish hard rock band, founded in Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog.

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Singer-frontman Dan McCafferty of Scottish hard-rock band Nazareth performs at the Omni Coliseum on February 6, 1976 in Atlanta, Georgia. Some children feed the pigeons in the city of Nazareth, Israel, on 10 December 2019. It is the most populous city in the Northern District of Israel,...

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BMG are to release Loud & Proud! a new 39-disc super deluxe edition box set that celebrates 50 years of those hard rocking Scots, Nazareth! The box set will contain all 23 original studio albums remastered on CD, two triple-CD sets (Singles, EPs, B-Sides & Bonus Tracks and Rare & Unreleased), four vinyl albums (including a picture disc), three bespoke AA-side seven-inch singles, a 52-page ...

Nazareth singer Osborne quits | Louder

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Nazareth singer Osborne quits. Nazareth singer Linton Osborne has left the band, saying “it didn’t work out.”. He was confirmed as replacement for original frontman Dan McCafferty last year, after health issues forced the veteran to retire. Osborne had performed a number of live shows with Naz during 2014, but some concerts were cancelled ...

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Fri, 24 Sep 2021 21:20:00 GMT

Nazareth were, and still are, a hard-working Rock band. I had no idea what this meant when we left for La Crosse, Wisconsin in early 1981, the first date of our US tour. I remember standing on stage for soundcheck in the middle of the afternoon with Pete and saying dismissively, “We’re never gonna fill this!”

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Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band, founded in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog.

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Nazareth is a Scottish hard rock band, founded in Dunfermline, Scotland, in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Perhaps their best-known hit single was a cover of the Felice and Boudleaux Bryant penned ballad, "Love Hurts, in 1975.The band continues to record and tour.

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The band moved to London, England in 1970, and released their eponymous debut album in 1971. After getting some attention with their second album Exercises, released in 1972, Nazareth supported Deep Purple on tour, and issued the Roger Glover-produced Razamanaz, in early 1973. This collection spawned two UK Top Ten hits, "Broken Down Angel" and ...

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Nazareth singer Osborne quits | Louder

Tue, 05 Oct 2021 09:18:00 GMT

Nazareth singer Osborne quits. Nazareth singer Linton Osborne has left the band, saying “it didn’t work out.”. He was confirmed as replacement for original frontman Dan McCafferty last year, after health issues forced the veteran to retire. Osborne had performed a number of live shows with Naz during 2014, but some concerts were cancelled ...

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Whether it was the rich cultural history of the town or a tribute to the guitar makers, The Band put Nazareth on the map with their 1968 hit “The Weight.” The Canadian-American rock group formed in 1964 and are renowned for fusing a variety of elements borrowed from several musical genres, including old country, early rock and roll, Motown, gospel, and blues into their signature style.

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Nazareth (band)

Nazareth is a Scottish hard rockband, founded in 1968, that had several hits in the UK in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Perhaps their best-known hit single was a cover of the ballad "Love Hurts", in 1975.[2][3][4] As of 2011, the band continues to record and tour.

Career

Nazareth was formed in December 1968 in Dunfermline, Scotland, out of the ashes of semi-professional local group The Shadettes (formed in 1961) by vocalist Dan McCafferty, guitaristManny Charlton (ex Mark V and The Red Hawks), bassistPete Agnew, and drummerDarrell Sweet.[5] They took their name from Nazareth, Pennsylvania, which is cited in the first line of The Band's classic song "The Weight" ("I pulled into Nazareth / Was feelin' about half past dead...").[5] Nazareth's cover version of "Java Blues" by The Band's bassist/singer Rick Danko and Emmett Grogan is on their 1981 live album Snaz.

The band moved to London, England in 1970, and released their eponymous debut album in 1971.[5] After getting some attention with their second album Exercises, released in 1972, Nazareth supported Deep Purple on tour, and issued the Roger Glover-producedRazamanaz, in early 1973.[5] This collection spawned two UKTop Ten hits, "Broken Down Angel" and "Bad Bad Boy".[5] This was followed by Loud 'N' Proud in late 1973, which contained another hit single with a hard-rocking cover of Joni Mitchell's song "This Flight Tonight".[5] Then came another album Rampant, in 1974, that was equally successful although its only single, "Shanghai'ed in Shanghai", narrowly missed the British Top 40.[3] A non-album song, again a cover version, this time of Tomorrow's "My White Bicycle", was a UK Top 20 entry in 1975.[5]

Hair of the Dog was released in April 1975.[3] The title track of that album (popularly, though incorrectly, known as "Son Of A Bitch" due to its hook lyrics) became a staple of 1970s rock radio. The American version of the album included a song originally recorded by The Everly Brothers, and also covered by Roy Orbison, the melodic ballad "Love Hurts", that was released as a hit single in the UK and in the US, where it went platinum. The track became the band's only US Top Ten hit.[6] and was also a top 10 hit in nine other countries, reaching number 1 in six of them. The song spent a record-shattering 60 weeks on the Norwegianchart.[6]

In 1979, second guitarist Zal Cleminson was added to the line-up, remaining for two albums, No Mean City and Malice in Wonderland, and contributing numerous compositions.[5]Malice in Wonderland contained the single "Holiday".[3] In 1981, they contributed the song "Crazy (A Suitable Case for Treatment)" to the soundtrack to the film, Heavy Metal.

Various Nazareth line-ups continued to make studio albums and tour throughout the 1980s and 1990s, although their popularity had declined such that some albums no longer received either a UK or a US release. They remained popular in Europe, particularly Germany, where "Dream On" became a hit single. Billy Rankin returned for a second spell in the ranks in 1991 for the No Jive album, replacing Manny Charlton who pursued a solo career.[5]

A tribute came in 1993 when Guns N' Roses covered Nazareth's "Hair of the Dog" on "The Spaghetti Incident?", consolation after they turned down Axl Rose's request for the group to play at his wedding.[5] Rankin departed again in 1994, but with Jimmy Murrison and keyboard player Ronnie Leahy, Nazareth maintained a live following in Europe and the US.[5]

In 1999, while touring the US, original drummer Darrell Sweet died at age 51 of a heart attack. He was replaced by bassist Pete Agnew's son Lee for later editions of the band.

In February 2008, The Newz was released on the Hamburg-based label, Edel Entertainment. The release of the album coincided with Nazareth's fortieth anniversary tour, which started on 25 January in Sweden and visited most of Europe, finished on 4 November 2008 in Norway. A follow up album, Big Dogz, was released on 15 April 2011.

Band member history

Nazareth performing 6 March 1976
December 1968–September 1978
September 1978–July 1980
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Zal Cleminson – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
July 1980–late 1982
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Billy Rankin – guitar
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • John Locke – keyboards
Late 1982–1983
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • Billy Rankin – guitar

1984–May 1990
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums

late 1990–late 1994
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Billy Rankin – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
Late 1994–April 1999
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Ronnie Leahy – keyboards
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
April 1999–late 2002
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Ronnie Leahy – keyboards
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Lee Agnew – drums
Late 2002–present
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Lee Agnew – drums

By instrument

Lead vocals
  • Dan McCafferty (1968–present)
Guitar
  • Manny Charlton (1968–1990)
  • Zal Cleminson (1978–1980)
  • Billy Rankin (1981–1983, 1990–1994)
  • Jimmy Murrison (1994–present)
Keyboards
  • John Locke (1980–1982)
  • Ronnie Leahy (1994–2002)
Drums
  • Darrell Sweet (1968–1999)
  • Lee Agnew (1999–present)
Bass
  • Pete Agnew (1968–present)

Discography

Main article: Nazareth discography

See also

References

External links

Studio albums

NazarethExercisesRazamanazLoud 'n' ProudRampantHair of the DogClose Enough for Rock 'n' RollPlay 'n' the GameExpect No MercyNo Mean CityMalice in WonderlandThe Fool Circle2XSSound ElixirThe CatchCinemaSnakes 'n' LaddersNo JiveMove MeBoogalooThe NewzBig Dogz

Live albums

BBC Radio 1 Live in ConcertSnazLive at the BeebHomecomingBack to the TrenchesAlive and KickingLive in Brazil

Compilations

Greatest HitsHot TracksFrom the VaultsGreatest Hits Volume IIMaximum XS

Songs

"My White Bicycle" •"Morning Dew" •The Ballad of Hollis Brown" •"Hair of the Dog" •"Love Hurts" •"This Flight Tonight"

Other

Discography

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Nazareth (band)

Scottish hard rock band

Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band formed in Dunfermline in 1968 that had several hits in the United Kingdom, as well as in several other Western European countries in the early 1970s. They established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog, which featured their hits "Hair of the Dog" and a cover of the ballad "Love Hurts".[3][4][5] The band continues to record and tour.

Career[edit]

Nazareth performing on 6 March 1976

Nazareth formed in December 1968 in Dunfermline, Scotland, from the remaining members of semi-professional local group The Shadettes (formed in 1961) by vocalist Dan McCafferty, guitarist Manny Charlton (ex Mark V and The Red Hawks), bassist Pete Agnew, and drummer Darrell Sweet.[6] They were inspired by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.[7] Nazareth took their name from Nazareth, Pennsylvania, which is cited in the first line of The Band's classic song "The Weight" ("I pulled into Nazareth, was feelin' about half past dead...").[6]

The band moved to London, England in 1970 and released their eponymous debut album in 1971.[6] After getting some attention with their second album Exercises, released in 1972, Nazareth supported Deep Purple on tour, and issued the Roger Glover-produced Razamanaz, in early 1973.[6] This collection spawned two UK Top Ten hits, "Broken Down Angel" and "Bad Bad Boy".[6] This was followed by Loud 'N' Proud in late 1973, which contained another hit single with a cover of Joni Mitchell's song "This Flight Tonight".[6] Then came another album Rampant, in 1974, that was equally successful although its only single, "Shanghai'd in Shanghai", narrowly missed the British Top 40.[4] A non-album song, again a cover version, this time of Tomorrow's "My White Bicycle", was a UK Top 20 entry in 1975.[6]

Hair of the Dog was released in April 1975 and was produced by Manny Charlton, ending Roger Glover's association with the band.[4] The title track of that album (popularly, though incorrectly, known as "Son of a Bitch" due to its hook lyric) became a staple of 1970s rock radio. The American version of the album included a song originally recorded by The Everly Brothers, the melodic Boudleaux Bryant-penned ballad "Love Hurts", that was released as a hit single in the UK and in the US, where it went platinum. The track became the band's only US Top Ten hit[8] and was also a top 10 hit in nine other countries, reaching number 1 in six of them. The song was on the Norwegian chart for 60 weeks.[8]

In 1979, second guitarist Zal Cleminson was added to the line-up, remaining for two albums, No Mean City and Malice in Wonderland, and contributing numerous compositions.[6]Malice in Wonderland contained the single "Holiday".[4] In 1981, they contributed the song "Crazy (A Suitable Case for Treatment)" to the soundtrack to the film, Heavy Metal.

Various Nazareth line-ups continued to make studio albums and tour throughout the 1980s and 1990s, although their popularity had declined such that some albums no longer received either a UK or a US release. They remained popular in Europe, particularly Germany, where "Dream On" became a hit single. In 1991, Billy Rankin returned to replace Manny Charlton on the No Jive album, remaining with the band until 1994.[6]

A tribute came in 1993 when Guns N' Roses covered Nazareth's "Hair of the Dog" on "The Spaghetti Incident?", consolation after they turned down Axl Rose's request for the group to play at his wedding.[6] Rankin departed again in 1994, but with Jimmy Murrison and keyboard player Ronnie Leahy, Nazareth maintained a live following in Europe and the US.[6]

Nazareth continued touring after Rankin's departure, with Jimmy Murrison and keyboard player Ronnie Leahy.[6] While on tour in 1999, original drummer Darrell Sweet died at age 51 of a heart attack. He was replaced by bassist Pete Agnew's son Lee for later editions of the band.

On 4 August 2006, John Locke, the former keyboardist of the band, died from cancer at the age of 62.[9]

In February 2008, The Newz was released on the Hamburg-based label, Edel Entertainment. The release of the album coincided with Nazareth's fortieth anniversary tour, which started on 25 January in Sweden and visited most of Europe, finished on 4 November 2008 in Norway. A follow up album, Big Dogz, was released on 15 April 2011.

Jimm Murrison and Linton Osborne at Picture On Festival, August 2014

Nazareth announced McCafferty's retirement from the band due to ill health on 28 August 2013,[10] leaving Pete Agnew as the sole remaining original member of the band. On 22 February 2014, it was announced that Scottish singer Linton Osborne was chosen as McCafferty's replacement, with the former singer's blessing.[11] In December 2014, Nazareth announced the cancellation of several shows,[12] and later postponement of their UK tour,[13] due to Osborne contracting a virus that left him unable to perform. In a post on his Facebook page 16 January 2015, Osborne announced his departure from the band.[14]

On 13 February 2015, the band announced that Carl Sentance, formerly of Persian Risk, Geezer Butler Band, and Krokus, was their new lead vocalist.[15]

In October 2018, the album Tattooed on My Brain, was released via Frontiers Records.[16] 'The 50th Anniversary Tour' followed, spanning 2018 and 2019, along with German hard rock band Formosa as support.[17][18]

Nazareth was among hundreds of artists whose material was destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.[19]

Personnel[edit]

Members[edit]

Lineups[edit]

December 1968 – September 1978 September 1978 – July 1980 July 1980–Late 1982 Late 1982–1983
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • Zal Cleminson – guitar
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • Billy Rankin – guitar
  • John Locke – keyboards
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • Billy Rankin – guitar
1983 – May 1990 May 1990–Late 1994 Late 1994 – April 1999 April 1999–Late 2002
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Manny Charlton – guitar
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Darrell Sweet – drums
  • Billy Rankin – guitar
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Ronnie Leahy – keyboards
  • Lee Agnew – drums
Late 2002–2013 2014–early 2015 Early 2015–present
  • Dan McCafferty – lead vocals
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Lee Agnew – drums
  • Linton Osborne – lead vocals
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Lee Agnew – drums
  • Carl Sentance – lead vocals
  • Pete Agnew – bass
  • Jimmy Murrison – guitar
  • Lee Agnew – drums

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

Main article: Nazareth discography

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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