Humble Pie

1969-1975; 1980-1981
Steve MarriottGuitar, vocals, keyboards, harmonica1969-1975; 1980-1981
Peter FramptonGuitar, vocals1969-1971
Greg RidleyBass, vocals1969-1975
Jerry ShirleyDrums1969-1975; 1980-1981
David ClempsonGuitar, vocals1971-1975
Bobby TenchVocals, guitar1980-1981
Anthony JonesBass1980-1981

Humble Pie Song list

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