Something of a boy wonder: at 18 he had just finished a European tour with
John Mayall (including Larry Taylor
on bass and Keef Hartley, drums - some
heavy company) when he was interviewed by Beat Instrumental in their Jan.
He had already been playing lead guitar in groups for more than eight
years. Played with Thunderclap Newman, including the "Something
In The Air" session - which produced a hit.
At the time of the interview he led his own Jimmy McCulloch Band
(for a short while called Bent Frame) - a fourpiece.
Jimmy became lead guitarist with Stone The Crows
in '72 after Les Harvey's fatal accident, playing on their "Ontinuous
Joined Paul McCartney & Wings in '75.
Guitars and Amps Dept:
January '72: Rickenbacker, Epiphone Sorrento, Gibson SG Special - and
a Hoyer for rhythm.
Through a 800 watt WEM P.A., a 50 watt Selmer amp and a small Fender
amp - all for stage.
The Musicians' Olympus: excellent page on Jimmy McCulloch!