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United States

Years: 1971 - 1973
Styles: Classic Rock


Bruce Stephens - Acoustic guitar , Guitar, Organ, Piano, Vocals (in band: 1971 - 1972)
Leigh Stephens - Guitar (in band: 1971 - 1972)
Martin Quittenton - Acoustic guitar (in band: 1971 - 1972)
Neville Whitehead (in band: 1971 - 1972)
Mick Waller - Drums (in band: 1971 - 1972)


     Pilot was an Anglo-American hard rock “supergroup” formed by Leigh Stephens (ex-Blue Cheer) and Mick Waller (ex-John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and Jeff Beck Group) who had already played together on Stephens’ solo album and in Silver Metre.

    They formed in 1971 while Micky Waller was on a trip to California, he met and played with Bruce Stephens, (ex-Blue Cheer and Mint Tattoo) of no relation to Leigh, but did replace him in Blue Cheer for a while as lead guitarist/vocalist. Also in the line-up was Martin Quittenton from Steamhammer.

    They stayed together until 1973


Pilot (1972)

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