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The Almighty Strut

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Detroit, Michigan
Status:
Split-up
Formed in:
1976
Genre:
Heavy Metal
Lyrical themes:
Women, Drinking, Partying, Sex
Last label:
Unsigned/independent
Years active:
1976-? (as Strut), ?-1988
Began life as Strut in 1976 before changing their name to The Almighty Strut sometime in the early 80's. An early line-up of the band featured Charlie Huhn, former vocalist/rhythm guitarist for Ted Nugent's band. The track "Undercover" was also released on the radio station WLLZ's "Motor City Rocks 3" compilation album along with tracks from other notable 1980's Detroit metal bands Seduce and ...
Last known
Earl Lee Pearl Guitars (?-1984)
DC Steel Vocals, Bass (?-1984)
Gunner Ross Drums (1976-1984)
Jimmie Jamz Wills Guitars (1976-1984)
Past
Jonathan La Rockk Bass
Charlie Huhn Vocals, Guitars
See also: Foghat, ex-Axel Rudi Pell, ex-Victory, ex-DeadRinger, ex-Fargo, ex-Humble Pie, ex-Ted Nugent, ex-Gary Moore (live)
Jack Hammer Vocals (1976-?)
Earl Lee Pearl Guitars (?-1984)
DC Steel Vocals, Bass (?-1984)
Gunner Ross Drums (1976-1984)
Jimmie Jamz Wills Guitars (1976-1984)
Jonathan La Rockk Bass
Charlie Huhn Vocals, Guitars
See also: Foghat, ex-Axel Rudi Pell, ex-Victory, ex-DeadRinger, ex-Fargo, ex-Humble Pie, ex-Ted Nugent, ex-Gary Moore (live)
Jack Hammer Vocals (1976-?)
Added by: SHAGRAT666 Modified by: Azmodes
Added on: 2014-12-02 19:22:01 Last modified on: 2014-12-03 06:38:20