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Shadow

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Kennewick/Federal Way, Washington (early); Denver, Colorado (later)
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1973
Genre:
Heavy Metal/Hard Rock
Lyrical themes:
N/A
Last label:
Cannon Records
Years active:
1973-1982
Not to be confused with:
Shadow (Heavy Metal from Seattle, Washington - several demos in the '80s)
Shadow (Heavy Metal from Seattle, Washington - EP in 1989)

Their song "New Year's Evil" was featured in the 1980 horror film by the same name. They had signed with Cannon Records to do the 7" and a full-length album, but the album never came to be since the label went out of business.
Last known
Ray Leonard Bass, Vocals (1973-1982)
Cliff White Guitars, Vocals (1973-1982)
Rich Miller Drums (1976-1982)
See also: ex-Storm
John Pakalenka Guitars, Vocals (1976-1982)
See also: ex-Storm
Past
Art Bennett Drums (1973-1976)
Dave Kesterton Vocals (lead) (1973-1976)
Ray Leonard Bass, Vocals (1973-1982)
Cliff White Guitars, Vocals (1973-1982)
Rich Miller Drums (1976-1982)
See also: ex-Storm
John Pakalenka Guitars, Vocals (1976-1982)
See also: ex-Storm
Art Bennett Drums (1973-1976)
Dave Kesterton Vocals (lead) (1973-1976)
Added by: MadMetalMachine Modified by: KingSpooky
Added on: 2011-02-18 05:35:08 Last modified on: 2021-01-03 08:15:12